“Weekend Passport: “Following the Box” Guest curators of Loyola University Museum of Art’s (LUMA) new exhibition “Following the Box” were interviewed. Similar coverage of LUMA’s summer exhibits appeared in the Chicago Tribune and on ABC 7, among others. 7.5.18: WBEZ-FM
“Already, Loyola And Villanova Have Seen Benefits From Basketball Success” This article mentioned the increase Loyola University Chicago has seen in web and social media traffic, donations, and prospective student inquiries as a result of Loyola’s successful run in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. 7.2.18: Forbes
“Ohio’s Voter Purge Claims Another Casualty—College Students” Jessica Brown (senior professional in residence, School of Communication) wrote about the negative impact that the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold purging of voting rolls will have on college students. 6.15.18: Huffington Post
“We Still Don’t Fully Understand Suicide. But We Do Know What Reduces It” Jonathan B. Singer, PhD, (associate professor, School of Social Work) wrote about the confusion surrounding suicide and the factors that increase the risk. 6.12.18: Fortune
“For Some Breast Cancer Patients, The Chemo Decision Just Got Easier” A study by Kathy S. Albain, MD, (professor of hematology/oncology, Stritch School of Medicine) found that women with the most common form of early-stage breast cancer can skip chemotherapy without hurting their chances of survival. Similar coverage appeared on CBS News, USA Today, and […]
“Chicago officials laud 15th consecutive month of declining gun violence” Arthur Lurigio, PhD, (professor, psychology and criminal justice, and senior associate dean for faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) discussed the decrease in Chicago shootings and the implications it holds for the city. Similar coverage appeared on ABC News and Fox News, among other outlets. […]
“Becoming a bobblehead without getting big-headed: Sister Jean dishes on Loyola’s NCAA run, her abrupt fame and her advice to Charles Barkley” Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry) discussed the impact of Loyola’s March Madness run and life after the tournament. 5.25.18: Chicago Tribune
“‘60 Minutes’ Report Targets on Google Antitrust Risks” Spencer Weber Waller, JD, (director, Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies; Justice John Paul Stevens Chair in Competition Law; and professor, School of Law) discussed the antitrust implications of Google’s business model. This interview appeared on National Public Radio (NPR) and various local affiliates. 5.21.18: Bloomberg
“Loyola sees uptick in donations and season ticket deposits after Final Four run” This article detailed the increase in donations to Loyola athletics in the wake of March Madness. Tom Soboro (associate athletic director of external operations) was quoted. Similar coverage appeared on ESPN.com, Chicago Business Journal, Fox Chicago, Spectrum Sports, The Smoke Room, Sports […]
“What is the historical significance of the latest royal wedding” Robert Bucholz, PhD, (professor, history) provided commentary about the royal wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. He also appeared on WGN-TV during a royal wedding live stream. 5.14.18: WFLD-TV
ABC7 Eyewitness News at 10 p.m. This piece covered the Loyola men’s basketball team’s trip to Springfield, Illinois, to be honored by the state government. It also highlighted the team’s Final Four run, the impact of Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry), and the team’s Graduation Success Rate. […]
“A Muslim chaplain at Loyola puts himself firmly in Sister Jean’s court” Omer M. Mozaffar (Muslim chaplain, campus ministry) wrote an opinion piece praising Sister Jean and the attitude of loving and compassionate religion and faith that she embodies. 4.26.18: Chicago Sun-Times
“Loyola Ramblers: What’s Next After Team’s Final Four Run” Bill Behrns (assistant athletic director for communications) was interviewed in this piece about the impact of Loyola’s basketball success and how the team will prepare for next year. 4.2.18: WTTW
“How Loyola Chicago’s Basketball Team Shattered a Racial Barrier for Black Athletes 55 Years Ago” This article highlighted the 1963 “Game of Change” in which Loyola’s basketball team defied an unwritten rule about the number of black players that could be on the court and helped pave the way for greater inclusion in college basketball. […]
Good Morning America Good Morning America interviewed Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry). She discussed her role with the team and growing national popularity following the Loyola men’s basketball team’s entry into the NCAA Tournament. Similar coverage about Sister Jean appeared in thousands of local and national outlets […]
“Take a tour of Loyola Chicago, which wasn’t a sports school until last week” This article took an in-depth look at campus life at Loyola in the wake of the men’s basketball team’s March Madness run. Students, donors, and other community members were interviewed about the University and their experiences. Similar coverage appeared in USA […]
“Introducing Cinderella: Loyola University Chicago earns first bid since 1985”  After their MVC Tournament championship win, the Loyola men’s basketball team was featured in this story about their season as well as their prospects as a March Madness underdog team. Similar coverage about the team’s path to the MVC Tournament championship, their win, and their advance to […]
“Jennifer Pritzker to donate $10 million to Loyola“ Colonel (IL) Jennifer N. Pritzker IL ARNG (Retired) and the TAWANI foundation announced plans to give $10 million to Loyola University Chicago in honor of her mother, Audrey G. Ratner. The multiyear gift provides scholarships and stipends for students who are veterans or children of veterans, Loyola’s ROTC […]
“With three months left in medical school, her career may be slipping away.” This article highlighted the story of Rosa Aramburo, DACA recipient and fourth-year student at Stritch School of Medicine, and the uncertainty of whether she will be able to complete her last months of medical school or land a spot in a residency […]
“Why we need not-for-profit co-working spaces in Chicago neighborhoods” Shelley Dunck, JD, (director of the Business Law Clinic, School of Law) wrote this op-ed which describes the need for nonprofit organizations to join Chicago co-working spaces in underserved neighborhoods to foster initiatives with local businesses and increase communication and collaboration. 2.12.18: Chicago Tribune
“Newseum ‘Power Shift’ Programs Will Tackle Sexual Misconduct in Media” Jill Geisler (Bill Plante Chair in Leadership and Media Integrity, School of Communication) was quoted throughout this article about the Newseum’s launch of a series of “Power Shift” programs designed to combat sexual harassment in the media industry. Geisler will oversee the Power Shift Project […]
“Minority Leader Pelosi Sets Record Marathon Immigration Speech Demanding Vote” Nancy Pelosi, Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, referred to Loyola University Chicago multiple times in her eight-hour speech on the house floor to push for a vote on a bill to protect DACA recipients. She spoke of the dozens of Stritch School of […]
“Behind college basketball’s best surprise story, a pioneer for racial equality” This Washington Post piece delved into the history of men’s basketball at Loyola in light of their current NCAA push, highlighting the story of Loyola’s historic 1963 win against Mississippi State. Loyola, and the “Game of Change,” spurred a revolution in college basketball by […]
“Here’s who’s coming to Trump’s State of the Union” Cesar Montelongo Hernandez, a participant in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and student in Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine, was Senator Dick Durbin’s guest at the State of the Union address. Similar coverage appeared in 24 other outlets, including Fox News, […]
“Trump Proposes Path to Citizenship for 1.8M” Cesar Montelongo Hernandez, a participant in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and student in Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine, and Mark Kuczewski, PhD, (Michael I English, S.J., Professor of Medical Ethics, director, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, and chair of medical education, Stritch School […]
“Chicago ‘Dreamers’ study, save, and plan for the worst while Congress debates immigration relief” Zarna Patel, a DACA program participant and student at Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine discussed her goal of becoming a physician in this piece documenting the unsure situations of several DACA recipients. 1.11.18: Chicago Tribune
“Let sacred traditions guide our fight against injustice: Just Relations” In his inaugural “Just Relations” column, Omer Mozaffar (Muslim chaplain, campus ministry) wrote about the ways in which interfaith relations and the core tenets of faith traditions can counter the divisiveness and toxic power endemic to America’s current political culture. 1.5.18: Chicago Sun-Times
“Sexual Harassment in the Workplace” Juan F. Perea, JD, (professor, School of Law) was a featured speaker, discussing sexual harassment in the workplace, legal definitions of harassment, and legal options for victims of sexual harassment. 12.10.17: ABC7 Eyewitness News Sunday Morning
“Why You’re at a Higher Risk for a Stroke if You Have Diabetes” José Biller, MD, (professor and chair of neurology, Stritch School of Medicine) outlined the prevalence of strokes in the United States and described lifestyle changes that can help reduce the risk of stroke. 11.21.17: U.S. News & World Report
“New Blood Pressure Guidelines a ‘Signal to Take Action'” Richard Cooper, MD, (chair of public health sciences and professor, Stritch School of Medicine) appeared on Chicago Tonight to discuss the new guidelines for blood pressure and the importance of maintaining it. 11.14.17. Chicago Tonight
“Fin de DACA troncha futuro de talentosos estudiantes y profesionales” This story highlighted the effects of the recision of DACA on medical and research students. Stritch School of Medicine student Alejandra Duran Arreola and Mark Kuczewski, PhD, (director of the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, chair of the Department of Medical Education, Stritch School of Medicine) […]
“House Republicans Delay Tax Overhaul Reveal” Samuel Brunson, JD, (professor of law, School of Law) was interviewed on Chicago Tonight, weighing in on the House of Representatives’ planned tax code rewrite. Similar coverage appeared in the Huffington Post. 11.1.17. Chicago Tonight
Alejandra Duran Arreola, Montolongo Hernandez, and Zarna Patel, current participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and students at Loyola's Stritch School of Medicine, were featured in this piece. They described their motivations for wanting to become doctors and their anxieties after DACA was terminated. Mark Kuczewski, PhD, (director of the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, chair of the Department of Medical Education, Stritch School of Medicine) was quoted, sharing in their frustration. Similar coverage appeared in US News, CNBC, The New York Times, NBC News, and WBBM. 10.20.17: Washington Post
In a list compiled by Emsi and The Wall Street Journal, Loyola, which has had a consistent presence at the top in recent years, was ranked seventh for its graduation rate of women in STEM programs among universities with at least 500 total STEM completions per year. 10.9.17: Emsi
“When Soviets Launched Sputnik, C.I.A. Was Not Surprised” Michael Khodarkovsky, PhD, (professor, Russian history) was quoted on the importance of the Russian Sputnik satellite as a tool for propaganda during the Cold War. 10.6.17: The New York Times
“Pope Francis greets winners of the ‘Expanded Reason Awards’” Michael Schuck, PhD, (professor, theology) and Nancy Tuchman, PhD, (founding dean, Institute of Environmental Sustainability) traveled to the Vatican to accept the Expanded Reason Award in the teaching category for their work on the “Healing Earth” textbook. Along with their fellow awardees, they met with Pope […]
“FBI warns to watch those social media posts—or face the consequences” Bastiaan Vanacker, PhD, (associate professor and program director of the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy, School of Communication) discussed how social media has become a common way for individuals to make threats against higher education institutions. 9.21.17: Chicago Tribune
“How Arrupe College is Reinventing Higher Education” Following up on Chicago Tonight’s story on Arrupe College two years ago, this piece revisits the college, documents its unique supports for students, and touts the success of its first graduating class. Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College), soon-to-be graduate Elizabeth Dwyer, and second-year student […]
“Sen. Durbin urges Congress to pass Dream Act before DACA ends in 6 months” U.S. Senator Dick Durbin held a press conference at the Health Sciences Campus where he was joined by three Stritch School of Medicine students who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He implored Congress to pass legislation […]
“Religious University and 2-Year College” Inside Higher Ed looked at the phenomenon of religious institutions expanding to serve more low-income students through a two-year college option with Arrupe College highlighted as a first-of-its-kind initiative. Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College) is interviewed. Similar coverage appeared on the Ignatian Solidarity Network, WBEZ’s Morning Shift,Latino USA, […]
“Wintrust Business Lunch 8/14/17: Sustainable Truck Fuel, Arrupe College, Charlottesville Rallies” Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College) discussed Arrupe’s inaugural graduating class and how the college fits within the Jesuit values. Father also discussed the Schreiber’s gift to Loyola. Similar coverage appeared in the Jesuit Post and The 74. 8.14.17: WGN Radio
“Loyola program opens college doors for vulnerable students” This article featured Arrupe College’s inaugural graduating class and the journeys of several students: Blanca Rodriguez, Rama Diallo, Jackie Cruz, and Isaac McKeever. Alumnus John Schreiber and his wife, Kathy, were also highlighted for their $6 million gift supporting scholarships for Arrupe students and graduates. Additionally, the […]
“Meet the new dean of Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine” Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD, (dean, Stritch School of Medicine) was interviewed on his career, the health care industry, and his personal life. 7.27.17: Crain’s Chicago Business
“The fierce challenges Callista Gingrich will likely face as Vatican ambassador” Miguel Diaz, PhD, (John Courtney Murray University Chair in Public Service and professor, theology) was interviewed on the challenges Callista Gingrich could face as U.S. ambassador to the Holy See, as well as on his experience in the position during President Barack Obama’s first […]
“EDITORIAL: Find the ‘heart,’ President Trump, to protect Dreamers” Mark Kuczewski, PhD, (director of the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and chair of the Department of Medical Education, Stritch School of Medicine) advocated for the continuance of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and described the negative effect the program’s termination would have on current […]
“EU Takes Aim at GE, Merck, in Antitrust Probes” Spencer Weber Waller, JD, (associate dean of academic affairs and director of the Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies, School of Law) was interviewed about the European Union’s allegations that General Electric, Canon, and Merck broke antitrust and merger laws. 7.7.17: Bloomberg Law
“With Obamacare, More Breast Cancers Diagnosed at Earlier Stages” This piece featured a study by Abigail Silva, PhD, MPH, (assistant professor, public health sciences) that showed more cases of breast cancer were diagnosed at an early stage after the Affordable Care Act took effect. Similar coverage appeared in Refinery29, Self, Health, and numerous other national publications. 6.27.17: The New […]
“Professors Call Health Bills a ‘Giant Step Backward” Lawrence E. Singer, JD, (associate dean of online learning and director of the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy, School of Law) wrote this letter to the editor, which expresses his and other health law and policy professors’ concerns about the proposed House and Senate health […]
“Father is a complex metaphor for God” Heidi Russell, PhD, (associate professor, Institute of Pastoral Studies) wrote this op-ed, which discusses the complex nature of God as a father figure as society’s concept of fatherhood changes. 6.15.17: U.S. Catholic
“Did Comey’s Testimony Show Obstruction of Justice?” This segment highlights former FBI Director James Comey’s recent Senate intelligence committee hearing. Alexander Tsesis (Raymond and Mary Simon Chair in Constitutional Law and professor, School of Law) was interviewed about President Trump’s influence on the investigation and if it could be considered obstruction of justice. Similar coverage […]
“How this scientist stays in the exploration mindset” In this Q&A, Anne Grauer, PhD, (professor and chair, anthropology) describes how she keeps an open and creative mindset as a teacher and scientist and how she encourages others to do the same. 6.1.17: Chicago Tribune
“Rewriting the brain cancer narrative” Amy M. Wilkinson (advanced lecturer, dance) and Kristin L. Krueger, PhD, (professor, anthropology) co-wrote this op-ed, which describes the impact brain cancer has on individuals, as well as their communities, and outlines concerns for the proposed national health care plan. 5.23.17: The Hill
“Here’s how much new college grads can expect to make” According to a new study, new college graduates are expected to make 3 percent more than their classmates did last year. Marty Gahbauer (associate director, Career Development Center) was quoted on the current waitlist of employers to attend Loyola’s job and internship fairs and the […]
“Are you eating your fleece” Tim Hoellin, PhD, (associate professor, biology) and Rae McNeish, PhD, (postdoctoral fellow, biology) are interviewed about microplastics in Chicagoland’s water supply. 5.9.17: WLS-TV
“Obama’s First Public Remarks Since Leaving Office” Loyola student Kelsey McClear is featured as a panelist on a discussion with former President Barack Obama about civic engagement at the University of Chicago. Similar coverage appeared on MSNBC, WMAQ-TV, CL-TV, WBEZ-FM, and others. 4.24.17: CNN
“Why President Trump is probably right about the ‘ridiculous standard’ of the first 100 days” This article reviews the history of the “first 100 days” for U.S. presidents taking office. John P. Frendreis, PhD, (professor, political science) is quoted about President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first 100 days in office and his ability to take swift […]
“Chicago Mayor Touts New Requirement to Graduate: Proof of a Plan” Miranda Johnson, JD, (associate director, Education Law and Policy Institute, School of Law) is quoted on the possible legal complications associated with the board approval of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s new Chicago Public Schools proposal to require post-graduation plans. Similar coverage appeared in the Chicago […]
“Promised reforms after brutal death of 8-year-old Gizzell Ford fall short” Stacey E. Platt, JD, (director, Civitas ChildLaw Clinic, and professor, School of Law) is quoted on the complexities of family court law and private custody as it pertains to the death of 8-year-old Gizzell Ford. 3.31.17: Chicago Tribune
“How Rising Interest Rates Will Affect Consumers and the Economy” Anastasios (Tassos) G. Malliaris, PhD, (Walter F. Mullady, Sr. professor, Quinlan School of Business) is interviewed about the Federal Reserve’s vote to raise interest rates and how it will impact borrowing rates for credit cards and mortgages. 3.22.17: Chicago Tonight
“Sister Jean’s March Madness Bracket” Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry) is interviewed about her picks for the NCAA Tournament. This story was also a highlight in AJCU Higher Ed News. 3.13.17: WGN-TV
“Jesuit Jam Parody Video” Loyola is featured for a parody video created by the Jesuit community to promote its annual Jesuit Jam event, which took place at a recent men’s basketball game. Similar coverage appeared in Crux, Ignatian Solidarity Network, Yahoo Sports, and Aletia. 2.21.17: CLTV
“The 97-year-old nun behind the Loyola men’s basketball team” Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry) is interviewed about her involvement in Loyola’s basketball program. Porter Moser (head coach, men’s basketball) is quoted on Sister Jean’s role in the program. 2.19.17: espnW
“What Will Happen to Undocumented Doctors?” Stritch School of Medicine students discuss their experience as individuals with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status and what happens if the program is repealed. 2.2.17: The Atlantic
“Breakfast benefit speakers address relevance of Catholic education, values it provides students” Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, (president) is mentioned for presenting this year’s Catholic Education Breakfast keynote address, which highlighted the relevance of catholic education. The event was hosted by Cardinal Blase J. Cupich. Similar coverage appeared on WFLD-TV. 1.29.17: Chicago Catholic
“Why Facebook should hire a chief ethicist: Column” Don Heider, PhD, (dean, School of Communication) penned this piece advising tech companies to hire chief ethicists to combat the spread of fake news. Similar coverage appeared on WBBM-AM. 1.8.17: USA Today
“College career services offices are no longer last stop for soon-to-be grads” This story highlights Loyola’s Career Development Center and adjustments the center has made to expand and better prepare students for careers. Kathryn Jackson (director, Career Development Center) is quoted on student engagement with the center’s social media presence. 12.29.16: Chicago Tribune
“Therapy horses, bubble-wrap rooms aim to relieve college students’ end-of-semester stress” This article highlights efforts by Chicagoland universities to relieve end-of-the-semester stress for students. Loyola’s counseling groups are mentioned, and David deBoer, PhD, (associate director, Wellness Center) is quoted on promoting a sense of well-being and academic success. 12.1.16: Chicago Tribune
“Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich Is Now A Cardinal, And It’s A Big Deal” Michael Murphy, PhD, (instructor, theology, and director, Catholic studies) is interviewed in this Q&A on the elevation of Archbishop Blase Cupich to Cardinal, his new role, and what it means to the Chicago community. 11.19.16: WBEZ.org
“Decades later, relatives awarded soldier’s Purple Heart” Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Yandura (chair and professor, military science) is mentioned for finding a Purple Heart certificate and returning it to the recipient’s family. Similar coverage appeared in The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press and was syndicated via the Associated Press. 11.11.16: WJR-AM
“Theo Epstein’s managerial strategy” Sara Gramata (lecturer, Quinlan School of Business) is interviewed on Cubs President Theo Epstein’s managerial strategy that led the organization to winning the World Series. 11.3.16: CNNI
  “What CEOs could learn from the Cubs’ Joe Maddon” Sarah Gramata (lecturer, Quinlan School of Business) authored this piece on adopting Cubs manager Joe Maddon’s management principles and applying them to the business world. 10.23.16: Crain’s Chicago Business  
“Robots inspiring STEM education in schools” George Thiruvathukal, PhD, (professor, computer science, and director, departmental computing) is interviewed about the importance of STEM and robots’ role in education. 10.15.16: WLS-TV
“Eight Years in America: Hope, And What Came After” This week’s issue of New York Magazine is a time capsule of Barack Obama’s presidency. Stritch School of Medicine student Belsy Garcia is featured in an article pertaining to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. 10.3.16: New York Magazine
“The role of a moderator” David Romanelli (senior instructor, School of Communication, and debate coach) is interviewed about the presidential debate and the role of a moderator. 9.26.16: WLS-TV
“Sufi Sect of Islam Draws ‘Spiritual Vagabonds’ in New York”  Marcia Hermansen, PhD, (professor, theology) is quoted on Sufism, a mystical branch of Islam, and its growth in America. 9.23.16: The New York Times
“University of Chicago takes No. 3 spot on list of best universities in nation”  U.S. News & World Report listed Loyola as one of the top 100 universities in the nation. This story outlines the rankings of Chicago universities. Similar coverage also appeared on NBC.com, Crain’s Chicago Business, WTTW.com, and WGN-AM. 9.13.16: Chicago Tribune
“A debt-free college for students who struggle most” This feature story highlights Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago. Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College) is interviewed on Arrupe’s efforts to make education accessible to its students. Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., (chancellor) is quoted on the preparation offered to students to assist in […]
“‘Jesus of Arrupe College’ Depicts Diverse Students of Loyola University Chicago Two-Year College”  This article details a commissioned art piece created for Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago. The work, Jesus of Arrupe College, features the diversity of the student body and will be displayed on campus. 8.9.16: Ignatian Solidarity Network      
“The 25 Most Powerful Women in Chicago” President Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, is featured on this list of the 25 most powerful women in Chicago. 7.31.16: Make It Better
“At Lollapalooza, Loyola students pitching in to highlight composting”   Loyola student Lucy Anderson is interviewed about teaching Lollapalooza festivalgoers about the benefits of composting. Forty-six Loyola students participated in the program. 7.29.16: Chicago Tribune  
“Voting Technology” George Thiruvathukal, PhD, (professor, computer science, and director, departmental computing) is interviewed about electronic voting. 7.16.16: WLS-TV
“Cars seized in crimes generate lucrative income for police, governments” John Dehn, JD, (assistant professor, School of Law) is quoted on forfeiture law and the concern surrounding this law process in Illinois. 7.23.16: Naperville Sun
“Income-Based Repayment: Should You Do It?” Nicole Mazzella (assistant director, Financial Aid) is quoted on the impact of income-based repayment plans. 7.22.16: Money Under 30
“Here’s An Idea: Only Women Should Have Guns” James Garbarino, PhD, (Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology and professor, psychology) is quoted about the role of gender as it relates to gun ownership and mass killings. 7.21.16: Complex
“Minneapolis one step closer to $15” This roundup highlights the NLRB’s decision to deny the University’s request for review of the decision allowing English Language Learning Program faculty to join a union. 7.21.16: Politico
“U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk falsely attacks Duckworth on IRS expansion” John Frendreis, PhD, (professor, political science) explains the misinterpretation of a bill that would prohibit the IRS from requiring tax-exempt organizations to include details about their contributors in annual returns. 7.21.16: Politifact
“Contested ballots thwart final result in Northwestern faculty union election” This article about the Northwestern faculty union election references Loyola University Chicago’s relationship with Service Employees International Union.7.20.16: Chicago Tribune
“Fairfield University will consider non-Jesuits for next president” Loyola University Chicago is mentioned for its appointment of a female president. 7.20.16: Newstimes
“DePaul Joins 1871 to Expand Entrepreneurship Beyond Business School” Loyola University Chicago is mentioned as one of the institutions that joined 1871, an entrepreneurial hub for digital startups. 7.19.16: Chicago Inno
“U.S. church urged to turn attention to racism before fractures widen” Jon Nilson, PhD, (associate professor, theology) is one of four theologians interviewed for this piece. 7.18.16: Catholic News Service (syndicated)
“United pilot’s tweet about hanging Hillary reveals the wrong stuff” Al Gini, PhD, (professor, Quinlan School of Business) is quoted on the need for employees to modulate personal expression. 7.19.16: Redeye (syndicated)
“Mike Pence’s Relationship with the Catholic Church is…Complicated” Miguel Diaz, PhD, (John Courtney Murray University Chair in Public Service and professor, theology) is quoted on Donald Trump’s running mate selection and its potential influence on Catholic voters. 7.16.16: America Magazine
“In police shootings, should trials re-examine a victim’s past?” Bruce Boyer, JD, (clinical professor, School of Law, and director, Civitas ChildLaw Clinic) is quoted on the recent police shootings and whether defense attorneys should be permitted to gain access to the juvenile records of victims. 7.14.16: Christian Science Monitor
“‘O dia em que a polícia americana apontou armas contra mim’” Juan Perea, JD, (professor, School of Law) was quoted on the Black Lives Matter movement and police violence against African Americans. The article was posted in Portuguese. 7.12.16: BBC
“Illinois Issues: Still Paying For Justice” David Olson, PhD, (professor and graduate program director, criminal justice and criminology) questions the roles of parole and probation officers and discusses how their time might be best spent. 7.11.16: NPR Illinois
“Lenhoff: Little libraries and loose ends” This opinion piece mentions Loyola University Chicago’s Cuneo Mansion and Gardens and its public-facing future.7.8.16: Chicago Tribune
“Laquan McDonald’s juvenile record sought by lawyers of officer who shot him” Bruce Boyer, JD, (clinical professor, School of Law, and director, Civitas ChildLaw Clinic) is quoted on the Laquan McDonald case. 7.7.16: Chicago Tribune
“Meet the Expert Witness Who Goes Inside the Minds of Young Killers” James Garbarino, PhD, (Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology and professor, psychology) is interviewed about analyzing childhood psychology in murder cases. 7.4.16: Gizmodo
“Little-known registry lists murderers in your town, but is it a good thing?” Arthur Lurigo, PhD, (professor, psychology and criminal justice, and senior associate dean for faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) is quoted on public safety and the constitutional rights of individuals.7.1.16: Naperville Sun
“What books should be on your summer reading list?” Al Gini, PhD, (professor, Quinlan School of Business) discusses his summer book recommendations. 7.1.16: WGN-AM