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“Historic Ruling” 

Alan Raphael, PhD, (associate professor, School of Law) is interviewed in this segment on the Supreme Court’s recent same-sex marriage ruling. 6.26.15: WMAQ-TV

Summer Reading Selections

Al Gini, PhD, (professor, Quinlan School of Business) is interviewed in this piece about his favorite books to read this summer. Similar coverage appeared on WBEZ-FM. 6.25.15: WTTW-TV

In Living Color: Timothy J. Clark’s poetic realism

This article highlights Timothy J. Clark’s watercolor exhibition at the Loyola University Museum of Art. 6.24.15: America Magazine

5 Weeks After Filing, Justices’ Finances Still Not Public

This article mentions Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia lecturing at the John Felice Rome Center as part of the School of Law’s Study Law Abroad program. 6.24.15: Associated Press

Opinion: The pope is talking to you, Chicago

Nancy Tuchman, PhD, (founding director and professor, Institute of Environmental Sustainability) and Michael Schuck, PhD, (associate professor, theology) penned this opinion piece on Pope Francis’s environmental encyclical. Nancy Tuchman and Michael Murphy, PhD, (director, Catholic Studies) were also featured in several media outlets discussing the topic. Coverage appeared on CLTV, Crain’s Chicago Business, America Magazine, and Truthout. 6.21.15: Chicago Sun-Times

Ask Well: Can You Drink Too Much Water? 

In this article, James Winger, MD, (assistant professor, Stritch School of Medicine) is quoted about water intake while exercising. 6.19.15: The New York Times

Association between poverty and chronic kidney disease may be getting stronger over time

Holly Kramer, MD, (associate professor, Stritch School of Medicine) is interviewed about her research on the correlation between poverty and kidney disease. 6.18.15: WBEZ-FM

Why so many killers are male

James Garbarino, PhD, (Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology and professor, psychology) authored this article on the reasons why young murderers are predominantly male. 6.18.15: CNN

Jesuit Law Schools Seek Justice for Refugees and Vulnerable Migrants

This article lists Loyola’s School of Law as one of the Jesuit law programs addressing the surge in Central American refugees and immigrants. Similar coverage appeared in the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities e-newsletter. 6.17.15: America Magazine

Commentary: Why Rachel Dolezal deserves a break

James Calcagno, PhD, (professor, anthropology, and director, Fellowship Office) penned this opinion piece on Rachel Dolezal and self-identification. 6.17.15: Chicago Tribune

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