In the Media

Winter 2018

“Trump is the first president since Ronald Reagan to target the federal judiciary as the place where he wants to impart more conservative ideals.”

Political science professor Nina Moore to Spectrum News Rochester

“The new mood is defined by the millennial generation’s role in the velvet revolution of this past spring.”

Peter Balakian, the Donald M. and Constance H. Rebar Professor in humanities and professor of English, in the New York Times on the emergence of a new Armenia

“Waldo has a very specific dress and a specific pattern, so you’ll know him if you see him. Our challenge is that each molecule is like a different version of Waldo.”

— Visiting chemistry professor Dan Zaleski on identifying the structure of gas phase molecules on

“There isn’t quite the direct correlation between the amount of money that we’re told that these arms deals amount to and the number of jobs that we see at home.”

Jennifer Spindel ’11 in an NPR interview on U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia

“Millions of cubic meters of buried ice have melted in the last decade. It’s unprecedented change over the historic period of Antarctica and perhaps since the end of the last ice age.”

Joseph Levy, assistant geology professor, to Science Daily about changes in Antarctica’s Dry Valleys