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22 million pounds of plastics enter the Great Lakes each year. Most of the pollution pours into Lake Michigan.

Timothy Hoellein, PhD, (assistant professor, biology) was interviewed in this article about his research on the effects of micro-plastics in the Great Lakes on humans. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally and nationally.


Remembering The Life And Legacy Of Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison

Badia Sahar Ahad, PhD, (associate professor, English) was interviewed in this segment about the impact Toni Morrison had on African-American voices.


Fed Cuts Interest Rates for First Time Since 2008 Recession

Anastasios (Tassos) G. Malliaris, PhD, (Walter F. Mullady, Sr. professor, Quinlan School of Business) was interviewed in this segment. He discussed how the Federal Reserve may have lowered interest rates due to public pressure from Donald Trump.


Sister Jean Turns 100: The Secret to Loving Life Is Living With Joy

Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry) was featured in this article. As she turned 100, she highlighted her time at Loyola and revealed the secret to her long life.


“Instagram is trying to stop bullying. What parents can do to help.”

Jonathan B. Singer, PhD, (associate professor, School of Social Work) was quoted in this article about the responsibility of not only companies but also parents in the protection of children from cyber-bullying. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally, nationally, and globally. 7.10.19: Chicago Tribune


What is Risk Management, and How Will it Save Chicago Money?

Abol Jalilvand, PhD, (Ralph Marotta Endowed Chair in Free Enterprise and professor, Quinlan School of Business) was interviewed in this piece that highlights the benefits of good risk management in the context of Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s recent appointment of the city’s first “chief risk officer.” 7.1.19: WTTW


“Loyola’s Arrupe College grads complete four-year degrees”

This article featured students who graduated from a four-year university after attending Loyola’s Arrupe College. Arrupe alumni Jacqueline Cruz and Brandon Thomas were quoted about the impact Arrupe had on their lives. 6.19.19: Chicago Catholic


Up All Night

Michael Murphy, PhD, (director, Catholic studies, and director, Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage) was interviewed about the breakthrough of Pope Francis positioning the first known black Roman Catholic priest in the United States, Rev. Augustine Tolton, for possible sainthood. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally, nationally, and globally. 6.14.19: BBC Radio (The interview starts at 42:50.)


“Inaugural Class of Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago Students Graduate with Four-Year Degrees”

This article highlighted Arrupe alumni’s graduation from four-year colleges. Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College) was quoted in this article. Arrupe alumnae Asya Meadows and Blanca Rodriguez were also quoted in this article. 5.14.19: Ignatian Solidarity Network


“Meet the women leaders who are transforming Jesuit higher education”

Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, (president) was featured in this article. She highlighted her decision to pursue the role of president and how she has prioritized articulating the mission of the University. 5.14.19: America Magazine

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