| June Sun, 2021
How to investigate Jan. 6 (and other politicized issues) without a commission
The Hill published an op-ed written by Eagleton director John J. Farmer, Jr. about how the federal government can investigation the January 6th capitol riots without a commission.
| May Sun, 2021
John Farmer, Jr.: Police reform won’t work unless it’s a collaborative effort
NJ.com published an op-ed written by Eagleton Director John J. Farmer, Jr., marking one year since the murder of George Floyd. Professor Farmer wrote about police reform and the need for a collaborative effort in order for reform to be effective.
| April Thu, 2021
A Call to Action for STEM Faculty—In Service to Society and Our Students
The Academe Blog published an op-ed written by Eagleton Science Fellow and Professor of Geology at Lafayette College Kira Lawrence, Ph.D., calling for STEM faculty to participate in science and politics fellowships.
| January Tue, 2021
The GOP must stop Americans from believing elections are rigged
The Hill published an op-ed written by Eagleton director John J. Farmer, Jr. "President Trump and his allies have been singularly unsuccessful in persuading governors, state elections officials, or state and federal judges that the 2020 election was 'stolen...' For the good of our republic, the Republican establishment needs to stand up, and Jan. 6 wouldn’t be too soon," wrote Farmer.