June

Making headlines

June 24

IU Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton’s column "For those eligible, voting should be easy" appears in The Star.

June 19

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by the South Bend Tribune in "Is Mayor Pete's future beyond South Bend?"

June 10

Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by The Indianapolis Star in "Some Hoosier women celebrate Clinton's milestone."

June 9

Bernard Fraga of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by The New York Times in "There are more white voters than people think. That's good news for Trump."

June 8

SPEA associate professor David Konisky's column "Clinton seizes on environmental justice but progress requires deep reforms" appears in The Conversation.

June 7

Bernard Fraga of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by The Indianapolis Star in "Top Indiana Republicans rebuke Trump after criticism over their silence."

June 6

Charles Geyh of the IU Maurer School of Law co-authors "Why isn't Trump using the law to back up his mouth?" in the New Republic.

June 6

Diana Z. O'Brien of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by The Bloomington-Herald Times in "In Indiana Legislature, men still dominate."

June 2

Clayton A. Davis, Ph.D. candidate at IU's School of Informatics and Computing, is quoted by The Atlantic in "Have Twitter bots infiltrated the 2016 election?"

June 1

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by The Indianapolis Star in "Former GOP lawmaker from Pence's hometown appears in new Gregg ad."

June 1

Charles Geyh of the IU Maurer School of Law is quoted by the Washington Post in "Trump’s personal, racially tinged attacks on federal judge alarm legal experts."