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“AP FACT CHECK: No proof Rauner profits off family separation”

Swasti Gupta-Mukherjee, PhD, (associate professor, Quinlan School of Business) was quoted about the level of control private equity investors have over companies. 7.12.18: The Washington Post

“Loyola University Chicago makes list of most eco-friendly colleges”

Loyola University Chicago was named one of the ten most eco-friendly colleges in America by College Magazine. Ranked number five, Loyola was recognized for its environmental curriculum and eco-friendly initiatives and clubs on campus. Similar coverage appeared on WBBM-TV. 7.11.18: Chicago Sun-Times

“Weekend Passport: “Following the Box”

Guest curators of Loyola University Museum of Art’s (LUMA) new exhibition “Following the Box” were interviewed. Similar coverage of LUMA’s summer exhibits appeared in the Chicago Tribune and on ABC 7, among others. 7.5.18: WBEZ-FM

“Already, Loyola And Villanova Have Seen Benefits From Basketball Success”

This article mentioned the increase Loyola University Chicago has seen in web and social media traffic, donations, and prospective student inquiries as a result of Loyola’s successful run in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. 7.2.18: Forbes

“Ohio’s Voter Purge Claims Another Casualty—College Students”

Jessica Brown (senior professional in residence, School of Communication) wrote about the negative impact that the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold purging of voting rolls will have on college students. 6.15.18: Huffington Post

“We Still Don’t Fully Understand Suicide. But We Do Know What Reduces It”

Jonathan B. Singer, PhD, (associate professor, School of Social Work) wrote about the confusion surrounding suicide and the factors that increase the risk. 6.12.18: Fortune

“For Some Breast Cancer Patients, The Chemo Decision Just Got Easier”

A study by Kathy S. Albain, MD, (professor of hematology/oncology, Stritch School of Medicine) found that women with the most common form of early-stage breast cancer can skip chemotherapy without hurting their chances of survival. Similar coverage appeared on CBS News, USA Today, and the Chicago Tribune, among others. 6.3.18: NPR

“Chicago officials laud 15th consecutive month of declining gun violence”

Arthur Lurigio, PhD, (professor, psychology and criminal justice, and senior associate dean for faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) discussed the decrease in Chicago shootings and the implications it holds for the city. Similar coverage appeared on ABC News and Fox News, among other outlets. 6.2.18: CNN

“Becoming a bobblehead without getting big-headed: Sister Jean dishes on Loyola’s NCAA run, her abrupt fame and her advice to Charles Barkley”

Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry) discussed the impact of Loyola’s March Madness run and life after the tournament. 5.25.18: Chicago Tribune

“‘60 Minutes’ Report Targets on Google Antitrust Risks”

Spencer Weber Waller, JD, (director, Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies; Justice John Paul Stevens Chair in Competition Law; and professor, School of Law) discussed the antitrust implications of Google’s business model. This interview appeared on National Public Radio (NPR) and various local affiliates. 5.21.18: Bloomberg

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