The A.D. Times, Thursday, March 24, 2005
Article by Christopher Boyer, DeSales sophomore, highlights the public forum, "A Cheating Culture in America," sponsored by the Salesian Center for Faith and Culture at DeSales and held earlier in the semester. The forum featured a guest panelists, who offered their insights into why people cheat. They were Jonathan Schnatz, a 1997 graduate of DeSales and a special agent with the IRS; Jim Booros, a veteran of the PGA Tour and inaugural members of the Lehigh Valley Golf Hall of Fame; and Dr. Gregory Skutches, assistant professor of humanities at DeSales. An open discussion followed the presentation by panelists. The Center Valley Forum series examines public issues and concerns. The Salesian Center promotes the interaction of faith and culture through research, dialogue and partnerships.
Press Release: Problems of our "cheating culture" | Posted on: 3/24/2005
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