The right to rent: reforming the retail sector, one brick at a time
“This is one of those articles that came about as I was walking around South Street,” says William Bunting, assistant professor of legal studies at the Fox School. While walking down South Street recently, Bunting encountered a number of empty storefronts. Always the researcher, he wondered why retail vacancies were on the rise—especially in increasingly […]
What is Big Brother watching?
Earlier this year, in the immediate wake of the storming of the United States Capitol, only a handful of arrests were made. Yet, in the weeks that followed, there were more than 400 additional people charged, and hundreds more are still under investigation. According to Samuel Hodge Jr., we can thank facial recognition software for […]
On the ‘business of Pride’
Corporate sponsorship of Pride Month, often seen in the form of rainbow logos or Pride-themed merchandise, is an aspect of the monthly celebration that has caught the attention of many in recent years—for better or worse.
To discuss the benefits, opportunities and challenges of corporate-sponsored Pride, we spoke to Jeffrey Boles, associate professor and chair of the Legal Studies Department at the Fox School of Business.
Congratulations to the 2021 graduates
We’ve followed Fox School students Meredith Orme, Robert Zurzolo and Nasir Mack since their early days at Temple University, where they provided us with their hidden talents and hobbies. We were reacquainted with the trio as they started their sophomore trek. Last year, we talked about 2020 time capsules and trends. Years after our first […]
High time for legalization?
In 1973, Oregon became the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize the use of marijuana. Nearly fifty years later, eleven other states—including Colorado, Alaska, California, Nevada, Massachusetts and Vermont—have all fully legalized recreational marijuana. So, what is holding back the rest of the country from joining in the green rush? Kevin Fandl, associate professor […]
Real-world experience drives education at Fox
Business schools have long emphasized the importance of unique learning experiences—collaborating in a professional workspace (virtually or in-person), live client consulting and real-world problem-solving. In essence, this is experiential learning, and a recent push by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is placing it front and center in the curricula. Experiential learning […]