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LA Sentinel featured Dyson student Myles Rowe in "FORCE INDY ANNOUNCES MYLES ROWE AS 2021 USF2000 DRIVER"

02/15/2021

LA Sentinel featured Dyson student Myles Rowe in "FORCE INDY ANNOUNCES MYLES ROWE AS 2021 USF2000 DRIVER"

Atlanta-native Myles Rowe will make his debut as Force Indy’s inaugural driver in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship at the Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, AL on the April 15 – 18 weekend. He’s competed in the TAG Junior category in the Superkarts USA, World Karting Association, and the United States Pro Kart Series. When he’s not racing, Rowe is a junior at Pace University, studying film and screen studies.

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Speed Sport featured Dyson student Myles Rowe in "Myles Rowe Name Force Indy's First Driver"

02/10/2021

Speed Sport featured Dyson student Myles Rowe in "Myles Rowe Name Force Indy's First Driver"

Officials from Force Indy, a race ream created specifically to develop talent with a diverse group of individuals, have named Myles Rowe as the team’s first driver. He’s competed in the TAG junior category in the Superkarts USA, World Karting Association, and the United States pro Kart Series. When’s he’s’ not racing, Rowe is a junior at Pace University, studying film and screen studies.

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Olean Times Herald featured Dyson Professors David Freeman and Paul Ziek in "SBU's Jandoli Institute will explore how music fans can promote social justice"

02/10/2021

Olean Times Herald featured Dyson Professors David Freeman and Paul Ziek in "SBU's Jandoli Institute will explore how music fans can promote social justice"

A Jandoli Institute online forum will explore the role that musicians’ fans can play in promoting social justice. The forum, “Prevention, Proliferation, and Prioritization: The Good You Can Do as a Fan,” will begin at 7 p.m. Monday on Zoom. Gillham’s presentation, part of the institute’s “Sharp Notes, Sharp Thoughts” series, will be followed by an online discussion with: David Freeman, a musician, producer and cultural arts educator who is a faculty member at Pace University’s Department of Media, Communication and Visual Arts and director of Education for Brooklyn Raga Massive. Paul Ziek, chair of the Department of Media, Communications, and Visual Arts at Pace University.

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News 12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "The Georgia Senate Races"

01/06/2021

News 12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "The Georgia Senate Races"

We spoke with Pace University professor Kiku Huckle. She believes besides changes to education, she doesn't think much would change in terms of immigration and taxes. Those are definitely two issues very important to New York or so now Democrats, they're just waiting to see if their candidate will pull through in Georgia. If david perdue the gop candidate does win that means the senate would be still in a ditch. 

"One of the important things to remember about Biden is that he has made his name being a nice guy who's really moderate. And so there is not going to be any massive legislation changes," predicts Pace University assistant political science professor Kiku Huckle.

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Taipei Times featured Dyson Professor Joseph Tse-hei Lee's piece "HK looks to catch up with Taiwan"

10/26/2020

Taipei Times featured Dyson Professor Joseph Tse-hei Lee's piece "HK looks to catch up with Taiwan"

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new context for widespread protectionism in international trade, reinforcing the tendency to move away from a laissez-faire business model to a slightly more state-managed economy.

For months, the US-China diplomatic stalemate has left Hong Kong’s top officials confused, powerless and indecisive.

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s (林鄭月娥) reaction to the bilateral rivalries was not her finest hour.

Geopolitical complexities make it impossible for the territory to look ahead in a deeply polarized landscape. In addition, health is taking precedence over wealth.

In a post-COVID era, many national leaders are skeptical of laissez-faire as the necessary path toward prosperity.

Although trade barriers are nothing new to Hong Kong, it cannot remain neutral and is becoming an incidental casualty amid worsening US-China relations.

In this volatile environment, Hong Kong officials and business leaders are hoping to use the trade diplomacy mechanism to get the best deals. 

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The BV newspaper featured Dyson Chair of Media, Communications, and Visual Arts Paul Ziek and Professor David Freeman in "Jandoli School roundtable discusses roles of art and music"

10/23/2020

The BV newspaper featured Dyson Chair of Media, Communications, and Visual Arts Paul Ziek and Professor David Freeman in "Jandoli School roundtable discusses roles of art and music"

The Jandoli School of Communication’s new “Sharp Notes, Sharp Thoughts” platform aims to be a way for students and staff to productively discuss the moral obligation of fans of musicians, and the musicians themselves, to promote social justice. On Oct. 19, 2020, the introductory roundtable discussion for the program took place discussing whether there were more opportunities to promote social change due to COVID-19. Most of the discussing and debating was done by Alex Gillham, assistant professor of philosophy at St. Bonaventure University; Paul Zeke, chair of the department of media communication and visual arts at Pace University and David Freeman, a musician, producer and cultural arts educator, and faculty member at Pace University’s department of media and communication and visual arts.

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