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“Rookie cops walking South Side streets” – Arthur Lurigio (professor, criminal justice and associate dean, College of Arts and Sciences) is quoted in this article discussing the correlation between greater police officer presence and lower crime rates in Chicago neighborhoods. 05.07.13: Chicago Tribune

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of May 13, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 16 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of May 6, 2013. Below are the highlights.

“Chicago universities become a more exclusive club” – Loyola University Chicago is mentioned in this article that compares the acceptance rates among Chicago-area universities. 05.06.13: Crain’s Chicago Business

“Police issue a community alert after an alleged rape, robbery near Loyola campus” – Loyola University Chicago is mentioned in this article that discusses the alleged rape and robbery that took place near the campus involving a former student. This article appeared in multiple outlets. 05.06.13: WLS-TV

“Martha Weathered fashion collection lands at Cuneo” – Loyola University Chicago’s Cuneo Mansion and Gardens is featured in this article as the host of The Ladies of Cuneo: The Martha Weathered Fashion Collection, a fashion exhibit featuring the upscale designs of acclaimed designer Martha Weathered. This article appeared in multiple outlets. 05.08.13: Chicago Sun-Times

“Museums” – The Loyola University Museum of Art is listed among various Chicago art museums to visit during the upcoming weekend. 05.09.13: Chicago Tribune

“Loyola’s Yellen: ‘Lucky to have my job’”– David Yellen (dean, School of Law) is featured in this article which discusses the future of American legal education, his leadership traits and how Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law has evolved over recent years. 05.10.13: Chicago Daily Law Bulletin

“Speaker warns against affirmative action ban” – Mark Engberg (assistant professor, School of Education) is mentioned in this article discussing the social and educational vitality of affirmative action. 05.10.13: The Chicago Maroon

“Kids at risk from tippy instant soup cups” – Richard Gamelli (senior vice president and provost, Health Sciences Division) is quoted in this article discussing the greater burn threats posed to young children. 05.12.13: Chicago Tribune

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