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Media Briefing Highlight:
Sister Jean Schmidt, Loyola Men’s Basketball Team’s Chaplain, Is A 94-Year-Old ‘Rock Star’ – Sister Jean Schmidt (special assistant, ministry) is featured in this article that highlights her work with the Loyola University Chicago men’s basketball team, as well as her recent Chicago’s Very Own segment on WGN-TV. 12.23.13: The Huffington Post
MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of December 30, 2013
This week’s briefing includes more than four media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of December 23, 2013. Below are the highlights.
Extending an apology to those caught in the unemployment epidemic – April Gutierrez (campus minister, Lake Shore ministry) penned this editorial that examines the unemployment epidemic in the United States, as well as reflects on her own experience with unemployment. 12.26.13: National Catholic Reporter
For women’s sports, 2013 loaded with great stories – In this year-end review of women’s sports highlights of 2013, Loyola University Chicago is featured for their appointment of former WNBA basketball player Sheryl Swoopes as head women’s basketball coach. 12.27.13: Daily Herald
Up and in: Loyola ‘63 championship team inducted into College Hall – The 1963 Loyola University Chicago men’s basketball team is featured in this article that highlights the team’s recent induction into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. This article was syndicated across a number of Pioneer Press publications. 12.28.13: Skokie Review

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