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Week of Jan. 17

January 24, 2011

  • The Burlington Free Press talked to Jared Carter '09, executive director of Rural Vermont, on Jan. 23 about Vermont's Farm to Plate Strategic Plan.
  • Alejandro Hernández González '13 spoke with Univision Television Network, Univision 23, KUVN-DT (Texas) on Jan. 22 about promoting education among Latino youth and what led him to VLS.
  • The New York Times, Washington Post, NPR, USA Today, NBC News, ABC News, CBS News, Sports Illustrated, Toronto Globe and Mail, Yahoo! News and nearly 400 other news outlets carried two AP stories -- one before a key hearing and one after -- on Jan. 21 quoting Professor Michael McCann on the upcoming trial of home run king Barry Bonds on perjury and obstruction of justice charges in connection with allegations that he used steroids.
  • In his column on Jan. 21, Professor Michael McCann elaborated on Barry Bonds' upcoming trial.
  • carried the news Jan. 21 about Amy Goodman, the host and executive producer of Democracy Now!, being selected as VLS's 2011 commencement speaker.
  • Professor Michael McCann was interviewed Jan. 21 by ESPN's Mississippi affiliate and Jan. 19 by Atlanta Sports Radio 790 The Zone about allegations that cyclist Lance Armstrong used and distributed steroids.
  • The Valley News and Randolph Herald reported Jan. 20 on the election challenge of state Rep. Sarah Buxton '10.
  • The Louisville Courier-Journal spoke with Professor Pat Parenteau on Jan. 18 about the evinronmental review of the $4.1 billion Ohio River Bridges project.
  • In two columns on Jan. 18, Professor Michael McCann wrote about Barry Bonds' upcoming trial and about the NFL Players Association filing collusion charges against the NFL. The Atlantic Wire and AM Law Daily referenced McCann's second column.
  • and carried news Jan. 18 about the upcoming agriculture law and policy conference titled Pollinate and Cultivate: Seeding the Future of Our Food.
  • An energy study by Jack Sautter '09 was cited in the January issue of Electricity Forum News.
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