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Restoring Cuneo Mansion

The Daily Herald’s Mick Zawislak discusses Loyola’s work to restore Cuneo Mansion and Gardens. The interview follows a similar article that ran in Sunday’s Daily Herald. 6.26.16: WLS-TV

How best to preserve Cuneo estate’s legacy?

The Daily Herald’s Mick Zawislak reviews Loyola’s work to restore Cuneo Mansion and Gardens. 6.26.16: Daily Herald

Playing one sport year-round isn’t smart, even for kids who want to go pro

A Loyola University Chicago study on youth athletes is mentioned in this article focusing on children who participate in sports. 6.22.16: The Washington Post (syndicated nationally)

As Work Is Transforming, How Will It Be Rewarded?

Dow Scott, PhD, (professor, Quinlan School of Business) discusses measuring employee reward preferences and tailoring benefits to meet the needs of employees. 6.21.16: HR Magazine

Fear of lead paint in HUD housing leads family to homeless shelter

Emily Benfer, JD, LLM, (founder and director, Health Justice Project, and clinical professor, School of Law) discusses the impact of lead paint on families in subsidized housing. 6.21.16: CBS Chicago

All four one and one for all

Elizabeth Shermer, PhD, (assistant professor, history) is interviewed on the parallels of Donald Trump and former California congressman Barry Goldwater. 6.21.16: WBUR-FM

Fact-checking Marco Rubio’s claim that ‘radical speech’ is not a crime

Alexander Tsesis, JD, (assistant professor, School of Law) is quoted on the First Amendment and its correlation to radical free speech. 6.17.16: Miami Herald

Doctors blame many factors for futile care, themselves included

Kayhan Parsi, JD, PhD, (graduate program director and professor, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics) is quoted on end-of-life care and its impact on young physicians. 6.17.16: Reuters

Restoration project ongoing at Loyola University campus in Woodstock

Emily Zack (farm operations manager, Retreat and Ecology Campus) talks about LUREC’s local produce and how it is being enjoyed throughout the community, including at an on-site farm stand, in the dining hall, and in local restaurants. 6.17.16: Northwest Herald

Lost in America: How FourTeen’s Hoop Dreams Turned into a Nightmare, Sparking a Federal Probe

Katherine Kaufka Walts, JD, (director, Center for the Human Rights of Children) discusses human trafficking and labor exploitation of young athletes. 6.16.16: Bleacher Report

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