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By Our Fellows


Life Sentence or Gift of Life? Organ Donation and Incarcerated Individuals

July 18, 2019
Written by FASPE Medical Fellows: Alexa Kanbergs and Joseph Scarpa, Jr. For the last decade, the number of people who require an organ...
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Giving Beyond the Pews

July 18, 2019
Written by FASPE Seminary Fellows: Cornelia Dalton, Fr. Andrew J. De Silva, and Alissa Oleson Last January, during a month-long time of spiritual and...
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Are Google’s Publishing Profits Fake News?

July 18, 2019
Written by FASPE Journalism Fellows: Ian Kullgren, Christine Rushton, and Dustin Volz Journalists, like everyone, can easily fall victim to their own confirmation bias,...
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Time’s Up for the “Gay Panic” Defense

July 18, 2019
Written by FASPE Law Fellows: Shannon Joyce Prince and Carson Thomas In June, New York joined six other states in banning gay-panic and...
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When the Call Comes from Inside the House

July 18, 2019
Written by FASPE Business Fellows Brian Hathaway and Courtney Kaplan What makes individuals complicit with objectionable policies? How should companies respond when...
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Noteworthy Articles


A Journalism Fellow’s Take-Aways from FASPE

June 10, 2018
Shortly after returning from FASPE, Alexandra Levine, a 2015 Journalism Fellow, was assigned to one of the most difficult reporting experiences she said she has ever had. At the time...
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An Ophthalmologist in Training Reflects on the Lessons from FASPE That Have Lasted

December 2, 2017
When Hasenin Al-khersan was a medical student at the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine he witnessed a resident botch a procedure. “The patient did not up end up...
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