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John Jay in the Media is an e-publication of the Office of Marketing and Communications that informs the campus community about the impressive coverage that our faculty, staff, students and alumni frequently receive in the media. The newsletter includes links to highlights of John Jay College's media coverage.

 

 

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FOX News Channel  April 20, 2020

Brian Arbour: Biden and the youth vote follow this model to win in November

Assistant Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour wrote an op-ed about former Vice President and presidential candidate Joe Biden's youth vote problem.

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Investigation Discovery  April 20, 2020

Torn from The Headlines: New York Post Reports: CSI Slay

Adjunct Professor and former Detective NYPD Sergeant Joe Giacalone discussed the case of Michelle Lee, a John Jay alumna and a criminalist in the NYPD crime lab, who was brutally murdered by a former classmate in her home.

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WNYW-TV  April 22, 2020

Yoga Class Horror

Professor of Computer Science Sven Dietrich discussed cybersecurity on Zoom after a sex offender Zoom-bombed a YMCA yoga class.

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WGHP-TV  April 30, 2020

Fox8 News at 4:00PM

John Jay sophomore Lyniah Mungin honored her late aunt Rana Zoe Mungin who helped her succeed academically and earn a full scholarship to John Jay. Mungin passed away from coronavirus complications.

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The Record & Herald News Online/NorthJersey.com  April 16, 2020

We need an objective, competent coronavirus commission

Professor Glenn Corbett explained how Congress can build an objective and competent COVID-19 commission.

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TRT World  April 16, 2020

How Trump and coronavirus are damaging the DNA of the US federal system

Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how different messages from the federal government, governors and mayors may affect crime and policing during the coronavirus pandemic.

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North Jersey Community Newspapers  April 16, 2020

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NJ GETS TOUGH ON SUSPECTS WHO THREATEN COPS WITH CORONAVIRUS

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the NJ Attorney General's decision to charge anyone who spits on police officers with a felony, as the trend of using the coronavirus as a chemical weapon increases.

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Psychology Today Online  April 16, 2020

I'm 41, Healthy, and Fit. And COVID-19 Still Got Me.

Professor of Biology Nathan Lents wrote an article documenting his bout with coronavirus and debunked the myth that it preys only on the elderly or people with underlying conditions.

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Medium  April 16, 2020

How a transparent transition can help #YouthVote

Professor Heath Brown wrote an article about the youth advocacy coalition, NextGen America, which released a 4-page #YouthVote letter to former Vice President and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

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HamletHub Local News  April 16, 2020

Yonkers Homeless Impacted by Coronavirus

Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on how the police would handle homeless people who have coronavirus symptoms.

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WFPL-FM - Online  April 17, 2020

Indiana Officials And Prisoners Disagree On Severity Of COVID-19 Spread

Distinguished Lecturer in Corrections Martin Horn explained the best practices Indiana prison administration officials can adopt regarding transparency in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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New York Daily News Online  April 17, 2020

What CUNY teaches us about the coronavirus, and vice versa

Assistant Professor of Political Science Michael Yarborough wrote an op-ed on how the COVID-19 crisis is affecting CUNY students.

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London Review of Books  April 17, 2020

Own a Piece of the (Very Recent) Past

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson wrote an article about the market for fake historical artifacts.

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Law.com  April 18, 2020

'Heightened Anxiety': Buffalo Woman Faces Federal Charges in COVID-19 Spitting Case

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria Browne-Marshall commented on the filing of federal charges against a Buffalo woman who spit on a U.S. Postal Service worker after threatening to give him coronavirus.

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The Courier-Journal  April 19, 2020

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Shootings rising in Ky.'s cities despite shutdown; Stay-at-home orders don't seem to be slowing down violence

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Warren Eller, Chair of the Department of Public Management, explained how stressors from the coronavirus pandemic affect crime. Professor Chris Hermann collected and analyzed crime statistics from last year and compared them to this year.

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New York Daily News Online  April 20, 2020

Murders in NYC surge for second week in a row as coronavirus lockdown continues

Former NYPD officer and prosecutor Adjunct Lecturer Eugene O'Donnell explained the surge in homicides in New York City during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Newsday Online  April 20, 2020

Former acting LIRR president Raymond Kenny dies at 68

John Jay alumnus and former acting LIRR president Raymond Kenny passed away from COVID-19 complications.

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GothamGazette.com  April 21, 2020

Now More Than Ever: Abolish The City Marshal

John Jay graduate student Duncan Bryer wrote an op-ed on why the marshal system must be abolished.

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The Economist - New York Bureau  April 21, 2020

Could America's slump in crime be the beginning of something?

Professor Chris Herrmann collected data from a dozen cities' police departments to show the drop in crime from a year earlier due to COVID-19.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer Online  April 22, 2020

Asian Americans already face a mental health crisis. Coronavirus racism could make it worse.

Psychology Professor Kevin Nadal spoke about the impacts of coronavirus-fueled racism on the Asian American community.

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The Marshall Project  April 22, 2020

Is Domestic Violence Rising During the Coronavirus Shutdown? Here's What the Data Shows.

Rachel Teicher, Director of the Intimate Partner Violence Intervention program at John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities, discussed how essential businesses can be alternatives to law enforcement in helping domestic violence victims to connect with advocates.

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Newsday Online  April 22, 2020

Spate of homicides, burglaries drives up NYC crime

Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the uptick in domestic violence during the coronavirus pandemic.

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LIHerald.com  April 23, 2020

L.B. police commissioner retiring after 42 years with the force

Professor James Mulvaney served on a panel that recommended Long Beach Police Commissioner Michael Tangney.

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WPIX-TV Online  April 23, 2020

The future of DACA and how it affects essential workers

Marco Alba, a John Jay Student and DACA recipient, discussed how he and is family are coping after the Trump administration blocked DACA recipients from aid from both the stimulus grants and for college students struggling financially due to COVID-19.

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Quartz  April 23, 2020

Art detectives go deep inside the criminal underworld on hunt for stolen Van Gogh

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson commented on the theft of a Vincent Van Gogh painting last month.

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NBC News Online  April 26, 2020

Critics say police target minorities more than white protesters over social distancing

Professor Gloria Browne-Marshall and Dr. Phil Goff, co-founder and CEO of Center for Policing Equity, commented on law enforcement's disparate treatment of minorities and white protestors during the coronavirus pandemic.

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WKTU-FM Online  April 27, 2020

Miami Goes 7 Weeks Without A Single Homicide | 103.5 KTU

Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the decline in crime in Miami.

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CBS News Online  April 27, 2020

Mayors fight a double public health crisis

Professor Chris Hermann explained why some cities have seen a steady or even an increase in crime during the coronavirus.

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MSN Money  April 28, 2020

America's real coronavirus job losses could be worse than we thought

Assistant Professor J.W. Mason spoke about the impending economic depression and measures to prevent it.

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Medical Xpress  April 28, 2020

Asian Americans already face a mental health crisis-coronavirus racism could make it worse

Psychology Professor Kevin Nadal spoke about the impacts of coronavirus-fueled racism on the Asian American community.

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Oxygen Online  April 28, 2020

Woman Allegedly Held At Gunpoint In Home By Estranged Husband, Ex-Lover Over COVID-19 Stimulus Payment

Rachel Teicher, Director of the Intimate Partner Violence Intervention program at John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities, explained how crises like coronavirus exacerbate domestic violence.

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New York Daily News Online  April 29, 2020

NYC paramedic describes holding 'ad hoc wake' in ambulance for coronavirus victim; 'I've never seen so many people die in one shift'

Adjunct Associate Professor and paramedic George Contreras recounted his tragic experiences treating COVID-19 patients in the back of his ambulance.

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Business Insider  April 30, 2020

Tenants in the US are planning the largest rent strike in decades as the coronavirus cuts off more than 30 million people from their incomes

Assistant Professor J.W. Mason explained the need for policymakers to help tenants amidst coronavirus-related unemployment and the consequences if they don't.

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Security Online  April 30, 2020

John Jay College Cyber-Terrorism Project Selected for New Homeland Security Center of Excellence

Professor Joshua Freilich, Ph.D. candidate Emily Greene-Colozzi '16, 22 and Master's student Karla Sosa's '20 cyber-terrorism project is 1 of 13 selected by the Department of Homeland Security for a new Center of Excellence.

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CE Noticias Financieras English  April 30, 2020

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Coronavirus in U.S.: Pandemic deaths overflow New York funeral homes

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Professor of Pathology Angelique Corthals commented on overburdened funeral homes during the coronavirus pandemic after police discovered two trucks containing a hundred decomposing corpses outside a funeral home in Brooklyn.

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