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A bishop suggests Biden's 'not a Catholic.' @scharschool dean @MarkJRozellGMU, 'expert on Catholic voting patterns,' said no evidence that cues from church leaders in any way influence Catholic voters. Read it in @latimes: lat.ms/3gVmiPP https://t.co/rU76VSRFus
Does your #MasonFamily have questions about your transition to #Mason this fall? Register for Virtual Fall Family Kick-Off Monday, 8/17, 4-7 p.m. Learn important university information, and explore opportunities to support you. More ➡️ masonfamily.gmu.edu/fall-family-ki… https://t.co/2nuQvSyhb6
Taiwan needs to rethink its strategy and how to deal with #China as tensions loom. @ScharSchool's @MichaelHunzeker, Brian Davis comment on steps Taiwan needs to take, such as buying the right weapons, training their reservists more often, and others. bit.ly/2DP8ho6 https://t.co/wWoNO1nNLk
To solve #budget crisis, we could sell land from our parks. It might seem strange, but @ScharSchool professor Jeremy Mayer lays out the numbers – and rationale – quite plainly. As #COVID rages on, the government needs money, and printing more won’t help. bit.ly/2PJmMwA https://t.co/qEBuQnNVIH
Americans remember Perestroika – restructuring. What they need to learn is Peredumat – rethinking. @ScharSchool professor and former ambassador @richkauz is one of several signatories to change the way the US addresses #Putin’s government. politi.co/2XRzXjf https://t.co/Ky55zbcq6j
Shannon Glesing, BA in Government and International Politics @scharschool, shares advice for Schar School students pursuing internships for academic credit. See how one student made the most of every opportunity. Watch: youtu.be/U1pdE66fm_U https://t.co/5QZFqGW9QG
Trump is waging his last 2016 campaign all over again – and that may hurt him. @ScharSchool professor @BillSchneiderDC comments on how Trump’s divisive campaign is alienating the majority of voters in the middle and ignoring the pressing pandemic. bit.ly/33PhA2f https://t.co/cKo8VNdZIV