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“Prison data, court files show link between school truancy and crime”David Olson (professor, criminal justice) is quoted in this article discussing the connection between school truancy and criminal behavior. 02.19.13: Chicago Tribune

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of February 25, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 14 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of February 18, 2013. Below are the highlights.

“Moving experiential learning into the curriculum”Michael Kaufman (professor, School of Law) is quoted in this article discussing the importance of experiential learning in law schools. February 2013: National Jurist

“Loyola Considers Arming Campus Cops With Tasers”This article outlines the University’s proposal to arm its campus police officers with tasers. The article includes quotes from a member of the Department of Campus Safety, which were recorded during a meeting with students. 02.18.13: DNAinfo.com

NBC 5 News reported on the University’s interest in arming its campus police officers with tasers. Similar stories appeared on WGN-TV, WLS-TV, CLTV, and WFLD-TV. 02.18. 13: WMAQ-TV

ABC 7 News reported on the armed robbery that involved a Loyola student near Lakewood and Loyola on February 18. 02.18.13: WLS-TV

“Return of Child Under Hague Convention Doesn’t Moot Case, Supreme Court Says”Bruce Boyer (director, Civitas ChildLaw Clinic) is quoted in this article regarding a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision involving a child custody dispute under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. 02.19.13: Bloomberg BNA

“Attorney for rape suspect says alleged victims may have had ‘buyer’s remorse'”This article discusses the results of a preliminary hearing held in the case involving a former Loyola University Chicago freshman who is accused of sexually assaulting two women on campus. A version of this article appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times and Individual.com. 02.20.13: Chicago Tribune

“Alleged sexual assault victims testify against Colin Kennedy” – This article outlines the testimony of the two alleged sexual assault victims from a preliminary hearing held in the case involving the former Loyola freshman who is accused of assaulting two women on campus. 02.20.13: Loyola Phoenix

“The Dean’s Office: Three Questions About Legal Education”David Yellen (dean, School of Law) penned this editorial discussing the future of legal education. 02.21.13: Above The Law

“Cardinal George doesn’t rule out an American pope”This article references Francis Cardinal George’s recent lecture at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. The Cardinal’s appearance helped mark the 50th anniversary of Vatican II. This article appeared in multiple outlets. 02.22.13: Chicago Tribune

“Chicago police look to revamp CAPS”Robert Lombardo (associate professor, criminal justice) is quoted in this article discussing the effectiveness of Chicago’s Community Alternative Policing Strategy. 02.25.13: Individual.com

“Loyola offers tips to help stay healthy during shoveling season”Dr. Thomas Esposito (professor, Stritch School of Medicine) is quoted in this article offering tips on how to avoid injury while shoveling snow during the winter. 02.25.13: News Medical

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