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Pace faculty and staff sound off in the press this month on topics ranging from Emmy nominations to health care, hijacked civilian drones to interest rates.

James Lipton, Dean Emeritus of The Actors Studio Drama School (ASDS) and host of Inside the Actors Studio, helped the show garner its 15th Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Nonfiction Series category.

The New York Times talks with Law Professor Randolph McLaughlin about NYC’s “stop and frisk” policy.

Vernon Brown, chairman and CEO of V. Brown & Company, Inc. and a professor of Entertainment Law, wrote a guest blog post for Billboard on how the proposed acquisition of EMI’s recorded-music division by Universal Music Group continues to inspire debate.

Director of Internships and Corporate Outreach for Pace’s MS in Publishing program Jane Kinney-Denning was named president of the NYC Chapter of the Women’s National Book Association.

Joseph M. Pastore Jr. was quoted about Yahoo’s new CEO appointment in an article on

Dyson Professor Chris Malone, PhD, reviewed Constitutional Rights in Two Worlds: South Africa and the United States at Law and Politics Book Review.

Pace Law Professor Michael Mushlin was quoted in The Nation on the inhumanity of solitary confinement.

Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris was quoted in a U.S. News & World Report article entitled “Study: B-Schools Shortchange Business Strategy.”

Lubin Professor John Alan James says Barclays misled officials because a low interest rate is a vote of confidence in a borrower by a lender in an article published by Voice of America.

Dyson Professor Chris Malone, PhD, comments on the Supreme Court ruling on President Obama’s health care plan at

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was quoted in an article by TechNewsWorld about the recent demonstration that a civilian drone can be hijacked by spoofing its GPS signals.

Lubin Professor Joseph Salerno, PhD, discusses “a pervasive regime uncertainty” affecting the U.S. economy in the New York Post.

Law Professor Elizabeth Burleson was quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about innovative responses to environmental challenges.

Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer talks digital tech entrepreneurship with NYConvergence.