“The main legal challenge to gag orders in general is that they infringe on the First Amendment right to free speech,” Bennett Gershman, a law professor at Pace University, told Salon. “Courts have to balance the danger to the personal safety of the persons being targeted by Trump’s inflammatory rhetoric as well as the damage to the integrity of judicial proceedings with the right to speak.”
Faculty Focus covers a story on ChatGPT being the new CliffsNotes, they mentioned collaborating with librarians to create a library or research guide, such as the ones developed by Pace University would be beneficial for faculty, staff, and students navigating generative AI tools.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor John Bandler writes a piece in Westfair Communication about the importance of designating someone in charge of cybersecurity at your business.
Dyson Professor Stephen Rolandi pens an op-ed in the PA Times about the national debt being too high and says that it’s time to establish a national bi-partisan fiscal commission.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bennett Gershman speaks with The Good Men Project about two African-American women lawyers and public officials leading the prosecutions of Donald Trump, and in both the New York and Georgia cases, they appear to be succeeding.
WCA Business Intel reports on Pace University being recently named one of the nation's best schools for veterans by Military Times.
Sands College of Performing Arts Director of Enrollment Wayne Petro speaks to US News about the differences between a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree with a BFA degree generally requiring more courses in a specific artistic field than a BA.
Science Now features a piece on School of Education Professor Lauren Birney highlighting her efforts to engage middle school students in an ambitious restoration program called The Billion Oyster Project the initiative is in partnership with the National Science Foundation.
Professor Bennett Gershman provides expert insight to Salon about the myriad issues that could push Trump’s RICO trial to 2025— the story gets picked up by Raw Story.
College of Health Professions Professor Christen Cooper speaks with Earth.com about the potential benefits and challenges of 3D food printing, which gets picked up by MSN Health & Fitness.