Chris recounted a story about Pennsylvanians leaving political parties to become independents, singer Chris Brown’s fears that Ebola was engineered to control the earth’s population, and an animal rights activist’s rant against eating meat at a restaurant in San Francisco. He talked to Mollie Hemingway from the Federalist at 7:20, Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 and Father Francis Berna from LaSalle University at 8:20.
“He ends up being wounded and he has to swim six miles to get to the coast of Portugal,” says Brother Edward Sheehy.
Chris covered the latest on the Ebola case, President Obama’s statements on the economy and immigration, and a potential shakeup in the management of the Phillies. He talked to Dr. Walter Schubert on Finance Friday at 7:00 and Ray Didinger to preview the Eagles matchup with St. Louis at 8:00.
A La Salle professor and expert in violence against women says a lot of the reaction simply blames Ray Rice’s wife.
Chris Stigall talked Dr. William Weaver on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about Apple’s unveiling of their latest versions of the iPhone and a new smart watch.
Chris discusses President Obama’s admission on the optics of playing golf, the Eagles comeback win yesterday, and the controversial email that is forcing the Atlanta Hawks owner to sell. He talked to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00, Dean Henry from LaSalle University at 7:20, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00, and Author and Political Analyst George Will at 8:20.
Philadelphia Foreign Policy Expert On Response To Malaysian Plane: Pres. Obama ‘Has Very Little Interest In Foreign Policy’
Chris Stigall spoke with foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about President Obama’s response to the missile strike that downed a Malaysian Airlines flight.
A native of Philadelphia, Brother McGinniss returned in 1999 to take the helm of a college in need of stable leadership.
Dr. Gallagher headed what is now Philadelphia Unviersity for 23 years, including during its changeover from Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science. He takes over June 2nd, as Brother Michael McGinness retires.
A La Salle University American Studies senior has won an award for a paper on a musical trend. In short, you can’t keep country music down on the farm.
Lots of college students spend Spring Break partying, some other working, but a group from LaSalle will be learning about immigration by going to a Texas border town.
Charles Plosser, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, admitted that December’s jobs number was a disappointment, but he says the long-term trend is positive
La Salle University Criminal Justice Program Offers Students Hands-On Experience By Holding Class In A Prison
A La Salle University criminal justice program is more than just books and lectures, because the classroom is actually in a prison, and half the class are inmates.
By John Ostapkovich PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A couple of new surveys, says many employers find today’s college students lacking professionalism. There are some who are trying to debunk those survey one student at a time. Business student Marcelina […]
The NCAA men’s basketball tournament looms large, but perhaps nowhere larger than at the Shops at Liberty Place.