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When Journalism Comes Up Short, Maternal Health Suffers

June 20, 2019
Written by FASPE Journalism Fellows: Ian Kullgren, Christine Rushton and Dustin Volz News outlets covering the highly-political issue of abortion rights struggled to hit...
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Is it Time to Say Final Goodbyes to Our Definition of Brain Death?

June 20, 2019
Written by FASPE Medical Fellows: Alexa Kanbergs and Joseph Scarpa, Jr. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the “Report of the Ad...
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Socially Responsible Investing: Passive Activism or Active Change?

June 20, 2019
Written by FASPE Business Fellows Brian Hathaway and Courtney Kaplan In May 2019, a new investment fund focused on Environmental, Social, and Corporate...
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Houses of Worship Must Remind the World of Things We Vowed Not to Forget

June 20, 2019
Written by FASPE Seminary Fellows: Cornelia Dalton, Deacon Andrew J. De Silva and Alissa Oleson This past February marked the one-year anniversary of the...
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Does Good Reporting Require More Than Watching a Video?

February 11, 2019
Written by FASPE Journalism Fellows: Ian Kullgren, Christine Rushton and Dustin Volz   Journalism values accuracy and facts. But as...
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