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Media coverage of Loyola University Maryland

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2016 Archive


Baltimore’s Child

Not your ordinary neighborhood clinic (feat. Kara Tignor, interim executive director & division director of speech pathology & audiology, Loyola Clinical Centers)


How For-Profit Education Is Now Embedded in Traditional Colleges (feat. Elliot King, Ph.D., professor and chair of communication)

Baltimore Business Journal

Comtech extends TeleCommunication Systems tender offer (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

The Daily Record

Sprawling Port Covington plan greeted with enthusiasm and caution (feat. Michael Runnels, J.D., associate professor of law and social responsibility)

Voice of America

Vietnam, EU Trade Deal Talks Look Hopeful (feat. Dennis McCornac, Ph.D., visiting affiliate assistant professor of economics)


American message in bottle found in France Baltimore

AOL’s Millennial Media acquisition is about the future of content (feat. Neil Alperstein, Ph.D., professor of communication)

The Intelligencer

Eight reality alumni offer real-life advice for surviving college (feat. Julia Joseph, ’18)

Baltimore Sun

U.S. stocks plunge again in one of worst starts to a year ever (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

“Marketplace,” NPR/APM

MLK's 'Great Revolution' sermon still relevant today (feat. Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., associate professor of communication)

News 12 NJ

Message in a bottle travels from NJ to France, also on New Jersey 101.5 FM Online

Message in a bottle dropped off Jersey Shore washes up across the ocean

Baltimore Sun

Martin Luther King Jr. Day events in the Baltimore area include convocation at Loyola

WCBS-TV, New York City

Message In A Bottle Makes Trans-Atlantic Voyage From NJ To France

Huffington Post

These Colleges Punish Students The Most For Drugs And Alcohol

Asha Leader

Yes to the PhD, No to Life Upheaval: The Sequel (blog by Erin Stauder, ’00 M.S. ’02, speech-language-hearing sciences clinical faculty)

The Standard, Fort Detrick

Fort Detrick Celebrates the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (feat. Arthur Sutherland, Ph.D., associate professor of theology)

Baltimore Business Journal

Legg Mason CEO Sullivan on $1B buying spree: Change is a necessity (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

City Paper

Field Tripping: Citizening

Christian Science Monitor, also on CBC Radio, Canada

China detains prominent pastor amid crackdown on Christians (feat. Carsten Vala, Ph.D., associate professor of political science)