- 05.09.10: Chicago Tribune
- 04.28.10: Associated Press
- 04.27.10: Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
- 04.27.10: Chicago Tribune
- 04.27.10: WBEZ-FM
- 04.20.10: Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
- 04.21.10: Bloomberg Radio
- 04.24.10: Crain’s Chicago Business
- 04.30.10: Chicago Tribune
“Mayor Emanuel? No Time Soon, Ex-Congressman Says” – Alan Gitelson (professor, political science) is interviewed in this report about the possibility of current White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel running for mayor of Chicago someday.
“Law School Tuition: Value of Degree Cross-Examined” – David Yellen (dean, School of Law) is interviewed about the issue of whether or not the value of a law degree has decreased since the downfall of the economy.
Brian Endless (instructor, political science) made a guest appearance on Worldview to discuss the upcoming elections in Rwanda and other issues in the area.
Robert Kolb (professor, School of Business Administration) was interviewed on Bloomberg Radio’s Bloomberg on the Economy show about quantitative finance, financial derivatives, the teaching of financial derivatives, and more.
“Dual degrees can add up to an MBA twice as potent” – Brian Jessen, an alumnus who graduated in 2009 with a dual MBA-JD from Loyola, is interviewed in this article about students who pursue dual post-graduate programs, and the hard work such programs require.