Media Briefing Highlight:
“Young Catholics embrace ‘Francis Effect’” – Current Loyola University Chicago students Jorge Venta, Mary Simon, Vikki Perez, and Ian Rogers were interviewed in a Today Show segment discussing Pope Francis’s first year as head of the Catholic Church. 03.13.14: WMAQ-TV
MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of March 17, 2014
This week’s briefing includes more than 13 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of March 10, 2014. Below are the highlights.
“U.S. News releases 2015 Best Graduate Schools rankings” – The School of Law is featured in this article for its national ranking among the nation’s top graduate schools. A similar article featuring the Quinlan School of Business’s part-time MBA program also appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times. 03.11.14: U.S. News & World Report
“Law school dean appointed to search for Burge victims still in prison” – David Yellen (dean, School of Law) is featured in this article for his recent appointment as a “special master” to identify legitimate claims of torture of incarcerated men by former Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon Burge. This story appeared in a number of news outlets, including the Chicago Sun-Times, WMAQ-TV, and WBBM-AM Radio. 03.12.14: Chicago Tribune
“Pope Francis Asks for Prayer after a Remarkable First Year as Pontiff” – Susan Haarman (faith and justice campus minister, ministry) was interviewed in a NBC Nightly News segment discussing Pope Francis’s first year as head of the Catholic Church. 03.13.14: WMAQ-TV
“Quinn gears up for the heavyweight fight” – Dr. Alan Gitelson (professor, political science) is quoted in this article discussing the challenges that Governor Pat Quinn faces in the upcoming election. 03.17.14: Crain’s Chicago Business