Fit to Print: September 2018
Class is in! Pace faculty are speaking out on a variety of topics including the Manafort trial, nutrition hacks, texting habits of couples, and way more. Ready to get started?
“Everyone in a leadership role—and really just everyone—should be willing to mentor people.”
—President Marvin Krislov, interviewed by Thrive Global, about his best advice and tips for good leadership.
“We know there are great pressures on students at our campuses, and we need to be smart about identifying and responding to them.”
—President Marvin Krislov, published in LoHud, about preparing students for their transition to college life.
“This tape goes a very long way in showing that the payment to Carrie McDougal was to influence the election.”
—Mimi Rocah, JD, interviewed by MSNBC, following President Trump’s tweets about the Mueller investigation.
“While Manafort will be the one sitting at the defendant’s table, there is even more at stake than one man’s liberty.”
—Mimi Rocah, JD, published by The Daily Beast, co-authored an article about Paul Manafort’s trial.
“The conduct that underlies collusion can be, under certain circumstances, conspiracy to defraud the US.”
—Mimi Rocah, JD, featured in Bloomberg, speaking about the use of the word ‘conspiracy’ in Mueller’s investigations.
“[This tweet is] a good piece of evidence of obstruction in plain sight.”
—Mimi Rocah, JD, quoted by NBC News, regarding President Trump’s anti-Mueller tweet.
“It does humanity a disservice when a White House resident whose own grandparents were foreign born from Scotland and Germany [...] trumpets up the 39% white populists of the heartland against naturalized and recently arrived immigrants.”
—Davood Rahni, PhD, published in The Iranian, regarding President Trump’s immigration reform.
“Prosecutors love to be able to say something is indisputable. It now is.”
—Mimi Rocah, JD, interviewed by MSNBC’s “Raw Story,” about President Trump’s incriminating tweets.
“After a hundred tweets of ‘No collusion!’ he now has basically said without using the words, ‘Yes, collusion ... but it was my son.’”
—Mimi Rocah, JD, interviewed on The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, referring to Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with people who had Russian connections.
“It’s important to think of yourself and CEO of [Your Name Here].”
—Bruce Bachenheimer, quoted in the September 2018 print issue of Money Magazine.
“[This is] an opportunity to collect that kind of narrative data and put it into service.”
—Christopher Godfrey, PhD, quoted by The Villager, regarding the L train public meeting.
“[Quesadillas are] a great way to change up your sandwich routine and add some ingredients [that] you don’t typically see in a ‘regular’ sandwich.”
—Jessica Tosto, RD, interviewed by Aaptiv, about simple sandwich recipes that serve up a ton of nutritional value.
“Although public figures who post racially offensive and misogynistic messages on social media do get caught and punished, the reigning philosophy in the US is still that you are entitled to your own opinions.”
—Seong Jae Min, PhD, quoted by The Korea Times, regarding social media messages that can resurface.
“There exists a misperception among high school students that STEM subjects are too difficult and that they will fail if they pursue STEM courses.”
—Pauline Mosley, DPS, published in Westfair Online, about what Pace is doing to encourage more students to pursue STEM careers.
“How couples texted was more important to the satisfaction of the relationship than how frequently they texted.”
—Dr. Leora Trub, featured in Women’s Health, regarding texting habits of couples.
“Such top-down measures only reinforce the widespread fear of China’s determination to globalize its autocratic values and practices.”
—Joseph Tse-Hei Lee, PhD, published in Taipei Times, regarding the US changing its strategy regarding China.
“While one may assume that interest in school gardens arose from the relatively recent increased concern for environmental sustainability, the practice began more than 150 years ago.”
—Christen Cupples Cooper, EdD, RDN, and Michael H. Finewood, PhD, co-published in Today’s Dietitian, about how farming on college campuses boost student health.
“The human story is the story of rivers. It’s where American industry was founded, where commerce started, and it’s how we all started heading west.”
—John Cronin, interviewed by The Daily Gazette, about his work along the Hudson River that began in 1983.
“Manafort attorney is likely violating ethical rules by his comment. Gov should make motion. Completely inappropriate.”
—Mimi Rocah, JD, quoted by Politico, regarding the Paul Manafort trial.
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