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4.11.15: “After Ferguson, police look to restore image with citizens academy”

After Ferguson, police look to restore image with citizens academy” – Arthur Lurigio, PhD, (associate dean, College of Arts and Sciences, and professor, psychology) is quoted in this article discussing the impact the Ferguson shooting had on the image of police officers. 4.11.15: Chicago Tribune

4.10.15: “Transgender teen in California kills self after bullying”

Transgender teen in California kills self after bullying” – James Garbarino, PhD, (Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology, senior faculty fellow at Loyola’s Center for the Human Rights of Children, and professor, psychology) is quoted in this article about struggles that the LGBTQ community faces. 4.10.15: Associated Press

4.10.15: AJCU Higher Ed News

A public symposium about women in the church that will be hosted at Loyola is highlighted in this AJCU e-newsletter. 4.10.15: AJCU Higher Ed News

4.9.15: “Loyola signs leases with 24-hour diner Clarke’s, physical rehab clinic”

Loyola signs leases with 24-hour diner Clarke’s, physical rehab clinic” – Five retailers who recently signed leases to open locations at the Lake Shore Campus are featured. 4.9.15: DNAinfo Chicago

4.7.15: “Jesuit-funded queer summit tells students to consider ditching monogamy”

Jesuit-funded queer summit tells students to consider ditching monogamy” – This article highlights the “LGBTQIA College Summit” that was hosted by Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs. 4.7.15: The College Fix

4.6.15: “Handling history: Scholars focus on violent chapter from Texas’ past”

Handling history: Scholars focus on violent chapter from Texas’ past” – Benjamin Johnson, PhD, (assistant professor, history) is quoted in this article about the history of discrimination against Mexican immigrants in Texas. 4.6.15: The Statesman

4.5.15: “They call him the most interesting man in the church”

They call him the most interesting man in the church” – This article highlights Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi’s visit to Loyola to lecture and receive an honorary doctoral degree. Similar coverage was found in America Magazine and Crux. 4.5.15: Catholic New World

4.2.15: “Loyola’s team of change”

Loyola’s team of change” – This column highlights the University’s 1963 men’s basketball team that won the NCAA national championship. 4.2.15: CBS Chicago (online)

4.1.15: C-SPAN-TV

Loyola is mentioned in a roundtable discussion for its Magis Scholarship, a student-driven initiative to provide scholarships to undocumented students. Similar coverage was found in Politico. 4.1.15: C-SPAN-TV

3.31.15: “Chicago’s fight for $15 campaign to expand beyond fast food workers”

Chicago’s fight for $15 campaign to expand beyond fast food workers” – Matt Hoffman, PhD, (instructor, sociology) is mentioned in this article about the growth of the “fight for $15 campaign,” a movement for increasing wages and union recognition. 3.31.15: Progress Illinois

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