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“AJCU Higher Ed News” 

The Quinlan School of Business’s double degree program, with Loyola Anduluca, is highlighted in this weekly e-newsletter. 11.13.15: AJCU Higher Ed News

Amanda Knox: I am resolved to clear the names of the wrongfully convicted

This opinion piece written by Amanda Knox mentions her upcoming lecture at the School of Law’s annual Life After Innocence luncheon. 11.13.15: Chicago Sun-Times

Loyola students march in solidarity with Missouri” 

This article highlights a student-organized demonstration held on Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus where  members of our campus community stood in solidarity with University of Missouri students and participated in a national movement to discuss, and fight, racism. Demonstrators also stated their desire for Loyola to further address the needs of students of color. Similar coverage appeared on Associated Press, WLS-TV, WLS-AM, WGN-TV, CLTV, WVAZ-FM, WMBD-TV (Peoria, Illinois), WRSP-TV (Champaign, Illinois), WPSD-TV (Paducah, Kentucky), KCWE-TV (Kansas City, Missouri),  KAYU-TV (Spokane, Washington), WCMH-TV (Columbus, Ohio), KOMU-TV (Columbia, Missouri), KCTV-TV (Kansas City, Missouri), KMBC-TV (Kansas City, Missouri), KTVA-TV (Anchorage, Alaska), KXLJ-TV (Juneau, Alaska), WICD-TV (Champaign, Illinois), WOSD (Paducah, Kentucky), WPMT-HAR (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), FoxNews.com, ChicagoistInside Higher Education, The Black Tribune, Observer Leader Daily News, Loyola Student Dispatch, Progress Illinois, Voices in America, The Columbia Chronicle, Mediaite, JUF News, The BlazeDNAinfo, and other outlets. 11.12.15: Chicago Tribune

As an Undocumented Immigrant, It’s Easier to Get My MD-PhD than a U.S. Visa

Cesar Montelongo, a student in the Stritch School of Medicine MD-PhD program, penned this article on his experience obtaining a US visa as an undocumented person. 11.12.15: The Huffington Post

Video: Honoring Vietnam Veteran Diana Hackbarth

Diana Hackbarth, RN, PhD, FAAN, (project director, Health Center at Proviso East High School and Infection Prevention & Environmental Safety DNP program, and professor, School of Nursing) talks about her service as a Navy nurse. 11.11.15: WGN-AM

Low-Wage Workers March In Downtown Chicago, Push For Fight for $15 Political Agenda

Matt Hoffman, PhD, (instructor, sociology) is quoted in this article about employees marching for higher minimum wage and union recognition. 11.10.15: Progress Illinois

Wait time for state wards in jail cut in half 

Bruce Boyer, JD, (director, Civitas ChildLaw Clinic, and clinical professor, School of Law) comments on the issues caused by state wards being placed in emergency shelters after they are released from prison. 11.10.15: WBEZ-FM

Chicago nun wins ‘Chopped,’ hopes it will help spotlight ‘issue of hunger’

This article highlights Loyola alumna Sister Alicia Torres who recently won Food Network’s Chopped competition, winning $10,000 for charity. Similar coverage appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times, Slate magazine, Chicagoist, and on WGN-TV, WLS-TV, WBBM-TV, and WFLD-TV. 11.10.15: Chicago Tribune

Steve Cochran Show 11.9.15: Laura Caldwell, Jerry Linenger, and Adam Hoge 

Laura Caldwell, JD, (director, Life After Innocence, School of Law) is interviewed about the School of Law’s upcoming event featuring Amanda Knox. 11.9.15: WGN-AM

 Public trust doctrine in Chicago: A timeline 

The University’s past request to extend the Lake Shore Campus into Lake Michigan in 1990 is mentioned in this timeline of the public trust doctrine. 11.9.15: Chicago Tribune

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