August 25, 2021
Nicole Buonocore Porter, Distinguished University Professor and professor of law, writes in an op-ed that high-profile events have little to do with how harassment law operates.
May 26, 2021
Dr. Monita Mungo, assistant professor of sociology, writes in an op-ed that critical race theory exposes those who have used race as a tool for their political and economic gain. Read: The Real Problem With Critical Race Theory
April 7, 2021
Llewellyn Gibbons, UToledo Distinguished University Professor of law, wrote an op-ed analyzing how the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling this week in favor of Google in a copyright dispute with Oracle over Android software may spark changes to the Copyright Act. Read: Surprising ways code-copying meets ‘fair use’ threshold
October 16, 2020
Dr. Sam Nelson, associate professor and chair of the UToledo Department of Political Science and Public Administration, questions in an op-ed why the Trump campaign is acting as if Ohio is in the bag when polling shows the battleground state is still very much in play. Read: Why isn’t the Trump campaign airing TV ads in ...
October 8, 2020
D. Benjamin Barros, dean and professor of law at The University of Toledo College of Law, writes an op-ed about “packing the court” and term limits for U.S. Supreme Court justices. Read: How the Democrats can pack the court and de-escalate at the same time
October 7, 2020
Dr. Varun Vaidya, pharmacoeconomic researcher and associate professor of pharmacy practice at UToledo, said that no action the Trump Administration has taken or proposed has had a measurable impact on drug prices — let alone cut 90 cents off every dollar of spending. Read: Trump’s claims on lowering prescription drug prices are only campaign rhetoric