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A debt-free college for students who struggle most

This feature story highlights Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago. Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College) is interviewed on Arrupe’s efforts to make education accessible to its students. Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., (chancellor) is quoted on the preparation offered to students to assist in their transitions to a four-year program. A student is also interviewed on her experience in the program. 9.2.16: CNN.com (syndicated)

‘Jesus of Arrupe College’ Depicts Diverse Students of Loyola University Chicago Two-Year College” 

This article details a commissioned art piece created for Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago. The work, Jesus of Arrupe College, features the diversity of the student body and will be displayed on campus. 8.9.16: Ignatian Solidarity Network




The 25 Most Powerful Women in Chicago

President Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, is featured on this list of the 25 most powerful women in Chicago. 7.31.16: Make It Better

At Lollapalooza, Loyola students pitching in to highlight composting”  

Loyola student Lucy Anderson is interviewed about teaching Lollapalooza festivalgoers about the benefits of composting. Forty-six Loyola students participated in the program. 7.29.16: Chicago Tribune


Voting Technology”

George Thiruvathukal, PhD, (professor, computer science, and director, departmental computing) is interviewed about electronic voting. 7.16.16: WLS-TV

Cars seized in crimes generate lucrative income for police, governments

John Dehn, JD, (assistant professor, School of Law) is quoted on forfeiture law and the concern surrounding this law process in Illinois. 7.23.16: Naperville Sun

Income-Based Repayment: Should You Do It?

Nicole Mazzella (assistant director, Financial Aid) is quoted on the impact of income-based repayment plans. 7.22.16: Money Under 30

Here’s An Idea: Only Women Should Have Guns

James Garbarino, PhD, (Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology and professor, psychology) is quoted about the role of gender as it relates to gun ownership and mass killings. 7.21.16: Complex

Minneapolis one step closer to $15

This roundup highlights the NLRB’s decision to deny the University’s request for review of the decision allowing English Language Learning Program faculty to join a union. 7.21.16: Politico

U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk falsely attacks Duckworth on IRS expansion

John Frendreis, PhD, (professor, political science) explains the misinterpretation of a bill that would prohibit the IRS from requiring tax-exempt organizations to include details about their contributors in annual returns. 7.21.16: Politifact

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