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U.S. Catholics Surprised by Pope’s Resignation Susan Ross (professor and chair, theology) is quoted in this article discussing the U.S. Catholic population’s reaction to the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. 02.11.13: The Wall Street Journal

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of February 18, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 19 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of February 11, 2013. Below are the highlights.

The 50 Most Generous Donors of 2012” – Alumnus Michael Quinlan is listed as the 35th most generous donor of 2012 in this article, which details his $40 million donation to Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business. 02.10.13: The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Michael Murphy (instructor, theology) appeared on Chicago Tonight to discuss the significance of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation. A variation of this story appeared on WGN-TV and CLTV. 02.11.13: WTTW-TV

Susan Ross (professor and chair, theology) appeared on Fox Chicago News to discuss Pope Benedict XVI’s decision to resign. 02.11.13: WFLD-TV

Could the next pope hail from Africa or Asia?”Michael Murphy (instructor, theology) is quoted in this article discussing possible replacements for Pope Benedict XVI. 02.11.13: Chicago Sun-Times

Learning from Abraham Lincoln on his birthdayAl Gini (professor, Quinlan School of Business) is quoted in this article discussing the life of President Abraham Lincoln. 02.12.13: WZZM-TV

Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon won’t seek re-electionAlan Gitelson (professor, political science) is quoted in this article discussing Lieutenant Governor Sheila Simon’s choice to not run for re-election. 02.13.13: STLtoday.com

Fewer Americans than expected file for unemploymentTim Classen (assistant professor, Quinlan School of Business) is quoted in this article discussing the unemployment rate in the U.S. 02.14.13: Medill Reports

Chicagoans on list of nation’s top donorsAlumnus Michael Quinlan is highlighted in this article as one of Chicago’s top donors of 2012 due to his $40 million donation to Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business. 02.14.13: Crain’s Chicago Business

Loyola sending Valentine’s Day love to college sweetheartsDan Gould (associate alumni relations director) is quoted in this article describing Loyola’s Valentine’s Day outreach to couples who found love at Loyola. 02.14.13: Chicago Tribune

Here & NowCuneo Mansion and Gardens is featured in this article, which highlights a Second Saturday Poetry Workshop occurring at the Mansion. 02.14.13: Lake County News-Sun

$25B national mortgage deal architects to meet in ChicagoLoyola’s National Mortgage Settlement Conference is featured in this article, which will be held at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law on February 22. 02.14.13: Chicago Daily Law Bulletin

Members of the 1963 national championship team were interviewed on ABC 7 News prior to the Friday evening Game of Change film screening and weekend-long celebration. 02.15.13: WLS-TV

Loyola to celebrate 50th anniversary of titleMembers of the 1963 national championship team are quoted in this article about the University’s 50th anniversary celebration. A variation of this story appeared in the Chicago Tribune. 02.15.13: ESPN

Latino experts see possibilities, pitfalls in immigration reform effortLoyola University Chicago is mentioned in this article as the host of a panel to discuss the challenges of immigration reform. 02.15.13: Chicago Sun-Times

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