Media Briefing Highlight:

How you can save your soul: In 140 characters or less – Eileen Daily (assistant professor, Institute of Pastoral Studies) is quoted in this article that examines Pope Francis’ recent decision to grant indulgences to his Twitter followers on World Youth Day. This story appeared in multiple outlets nationwide. 07.17.13: USA Today

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of July 22, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 13 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of July 15, 2013. Below are the highlights.

Why the Pathbreaking 1963 Loyola Ramblers Met President Obama – This article highlights the 1963 Loyola University Chicago men’s basketball team and their recent visit to The White House. 07.15.13: Chicago magazine

The fatal consequences of ‘blindness’– Don Wycliff (clinical professor, School of Communication) penned this editorial that examines the recent George Zimmerman trial verdict and the consequences of racial entitlement. 07.16.13: Chicago Tribune

Catholic College Presidents/Scholars Call for Immigration Reform – Rev. Michael J. Garanzini, S.J. (president, Loyola University Chicago) is mentioned in this story as a signatory of a letter sent on behalf of more than 90 Catholic university presidents to members of the House of Representatives urging the passage of immigration reform. This story appeared in multiple outlets nationwide. 07.17.13: America Magazine

Kenmore Ave. Closure Could Cost Loyola University $330,001, Officials Say – This story reports Loyola University Chicago’s proposal to permanently close the 6300 block of North Kenmore Avenue. 07.19.13: DNAinfo Chicago

“News from Jesuit Colleges and Universities” – This weekly newsletter highlights Loyola University Chicago’s recent grant from the Council of Graduate Schools to develop a financial education program for graduate and undergraduate students. 07.19.13: AJCU Higher Ed News

“Calendar: Summer 2013”The Martha Weathered Fashion Collection exhibit at Loyola University Chicago’s Cuneo Mansion and Gardens is highlighted in the calendar of notable suburban Chicago events. Summer 2013: North Shore magazine

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