Safety First? By Alison Palmeri, Staff Writer What do you do when you’re driving down a backroad at night and suddenly see police-style lights flashing behind you? If your instincts are like most people, then driving to a well-lit area before stopping seems like the safest bet. Do this, however, […]
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Father of the Groom By Alison Palmeri, Staff Writer Although Nino Esposito and Roland “Drew” Bosee walked into the Allegheny County Courthouse a few weeks ago as legal father and son, they fully expected to be able to walk out as husbands. After more than 40 years of being a […]
Autopilot: The Cure to the Distracted Driver or Tort on Wheels? By: Brian D. Farrington, Staff Writer We’ve all seen it: the texter, the emailer, the DJ driver. All around us, people seem to have more on their mind than the road ahead. In 2013, 3,154 people were killed […]
Know Your LGBT’s By Stephanie Hoehn, Staff Writer When the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in 2015 it was received with both a slew of outrage from some and happiness for those who were fighting for it. For some the outrage has translated into focused physical aggression against transgender individuals. […]
By: Thomas Cocchi, Executive Editor Steven Auerbach (L’13) came to the Law School on January 8th to speak with students about The Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Act (Act). Asserting his belief that the session was the first of its kind that he was aware of, Mr. Auerbach said that the conversation […]