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Media coverage of Loyola University Maryland

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2016 Archive

May

Investor’s Business Daily

One Year After: Freddie Gray And ‘Structural Statism’ (by Stephen Walters, Ph.D., professor of economics)

WKSU-TV, Cleveland

What Has the Loss of Hub Status Done to Northeast Ohio? (feat. Kerry Tan, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics)

The Daily Record

Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business earns AACSB reaccreditation

“11 TV Hill,” WBAL-TV

What the Black Lives Matter movement means (airing 11:30 a.m. on Sunday) (feat. Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., associate professor of communication)

WMAR-TV

How the Verizon strike could impact workers, employers (feat. Jeremy Schwartz, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics)

Baltimore Sun

Love the '90s? You're not alone, as upcoming concerts ride wave of nostalgia (feat. Amy Becker, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

Baltimore Sun

The unique roads of Baltimore college graduates: Jamahn Lee, ’16

The Daily Record

Port Covington TIF debate: Plenty of theater, but any drama? (feat. Michael Runnels, J.D., associate professor of law and social responsibility)

Baltimore Sun, also in Baltimore Style

StoryCorps mobile booth arrives at MICA to collect stories of ordinary Baltimoreans (feat. Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., associate professor of communication)

Wall Street Journal

Turkey Links Texas Charter Schools to Dissident (feat. Joshua Hendrick, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology)

WEAA-FM

The Cultural Playbook (hosted by Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., associate professor of communication)

Baltimore Sun

City enters $60 million, 10-year agreement with Baltimore institutions to help fund public services

Forbes

With Historic Parity In College Lacrosse, Unheralded Programs Look To Capitalize On Final Four Runs

Baltimore Sun

'Game of Thrones' author draws faithful crowd at Balticon 50 (feat. Inge Heyer, Ph.D., visiting assistant professor of physics)

Baltimore Sun

Generation Z comes of age (op-ed by Lynne Elkes, visiting instructor of economics)

Baltimore Sun

Port Covington developer pushes request for record tax deal with unprecedented ad campaign (feat. Greg Hoplamazian, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

National Review

The Uncool and Immoral Fight for $15 (op-ed by Stephen Walters, Ph.D., professor of economics)

April

The Gospel Herald Church

Dozens of Christians Injured as Chinese Officials Remove More Crosses from Zhejiang Churches (Carsten Vala, Ph.D., associate professor of political science)

Foxnews.com

Embattled Erdogan visits US as mysterious nemesis watches from compound in Pa. mountains (feat. Joshua Hendrick, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology)

The Atlantic

Those Urban-Education Heroes (Camika Royal, Ph.D., assistant professor of urban education)

National Catholic Reporter

Catholic coalition files amicus brief backing Clean Power Plan

CNBC

Sports salaries could take hit as cable and networks spar (feat. Stephen Walters, Ph.D., professor of economics)

Baltimore Business Journal

How did Under Armour's stock move after splitting? (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

Huffington Post

Yes, Why Not Talk Truthfully About Certain Charter Schools in Texas? (feat. Joshua Hendrick, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology)

The Hoya

ARC Weaknesses Revealed: Report on Academic Resource Center recommends changes (feat. Sheilah Shaw Horton, Ph.D., vice president for student development and dean of students)

Baltimore Sun

Maryland Verizon workers among 40,000 on strike (feat. Jeremy Schwartz, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics)

Baltimore Sun

McCormick will not acquire British food company (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

Baltimore Sun

College entrepreneurs grow Chesapeake-themed line of preppy apparel (feat. Matt Wilmer, ’16)

WJZ-TV

Poll: Van Hollen Leads Donna Edwards By 16 Points; She Leads Him In Ad Spending (feat. Amy Bree Becker, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

Baltimore Sun

“A year after the unrest, seeds of hope”

Baltimore Sun

He's not Michael Jordan, but Stephen Curry is Under Armour endorsement gold (feat. Auburn Bell, affiliate professor of marketing)

WYPR-FM

Brioxy and Dovecote Cafe: Brewing Up Black Community-Building in Post-Uprising Baltimore (feat. Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., associate professor of communication)

Catholic Review

Loyola coach was mom first, then Baltimore lacrosse icon

ntr/sctn

Is “Becky” really a racist stereotype against white women? (feat. Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., associate professor of communication)

March

Baltimore Sun, also in The Daily Record

Jos. A. Bank's buyer fumbled the acquisition but aims for turnaround (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

Baltimore Sun

Despite decade of downsizing in Baltimore, Legg Mason remains committed to city (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

History Behind Game of Thrones.com

Kelly DeVries, Ph.D., professor of history, interviewed for bonus features on Game of Thrones season 5 DVD set

Baltimore Sun, also on WEAA-FM, as guest host of "The Marc Steiner Show"

Lewis Museum to offer special programs for anniversary of Freddie Gray death, unrest (feat. Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., associate professor of communication)

Washington Post

The social justice teach-in hosted by college professors on Twitter, no tuition required (feat. Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., associate professor of communication)

The Daily Record

Loyola appoints racial justice task force

Yeshiva News

A Focus on Service and Scholarship (profile of Jeffrey Barnett, Psy.D., associate dean of Loyola College of Arts and Sciences and professor of psychology)

The Daily Record

Loyola’s Sellinger School programs rank on U.S. News list

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore college students studying abroad in Belgium are safe, officials say

Baltimore Sun, also in The Daily Record

English food company rejects $700 million bid from McCormick (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

WBAL-TV

Loyola University Maryland updates security measures after attacks

Baltimore Sun

Loyola Maryland's Cara Egan founded Junior H2Ounds to teach drowning prevention and open opportunities

Baltimore Business Journal

Analysts caution Marriott on going too much higher for Starwood (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

Arkansas Catholic

Clean water rare in parts of the world, but so vital

January

Baltimore’s Child

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

Chronicle

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)

WBFF-TV

American message in bottle found in France

Technical.ly 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

NJ.com, 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)