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Universities looking to pass technology test – Susan Malisch (chief information officer, Loyola University Chicago) is quoted in this article that examines the University’s efforts to manage heavy Internet traffic. 09.24.13: Crain’s Chicago Business

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of September 30, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 7 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of September 23, 2013. Below are the highlights.

4 years after Fenger: Anatomy of violent viral video – Dr. Arthur Lurigio (associate dean and professor, College of Arts and Sciences) is quoted in this article discussing the reasons behind an increased popularity in violent viral videos. 09.23.13: RedEye

End of an Illusion – Dr. Timothy O’Connell (professor of ethics, Institute of Pastoral Studies and Quinlan School of Business) penned this editorial that examines abortion rights and religion in the 1970’s. 09.23.13: America

Dr. Susan Ross (professor and chair, theology) was interviewed on Chicago Tonight about the Pope’s recent comments regarding the Catholic Church’s stance on abortion and gay marriage. 09.23.13: WTTW-TV

The leadership flavor of the month – Dr. Al Gini (professor, Quinlan School of Business) penned this editorial that details common character traits among leaders. 09.25.13: Chicago Tribune

Companies Admit They Fixed Prices of Car Parts – Dr. Spencer Waller (professor, School of Law) is quoted in this article discussing a global antitrust investigation within the automotive industry. 09.26.13: The New York Times 

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