Loyola University Chicago

Center for Urban Research and Learning

Media & Public Policy Impact

DateArticle TitleMedia Outlet
10/1/2021 As Illinois’ Ban on Evictions Ends Sunday, Officials Scramble to Ramp Up Aid WTTW
5/3/2021 Pritzker Extends Ban on Coronavirus-Related Evictions Through May 29 WTTW
2/9/2021 New Statewide Initiative Seeks To Address Racial Gaps Among The Elderly In Illinois Chicago Public Radio WBEZ
2/8/2021 AARP, racial justice groups fighting for Illinois seniors WSILTV
2/8/2021 Pritzker Extends Ban on Coronavirus-Related Evictions Until March 6 WTTW Chicago
1/29/2021 Housing advocates in Chicago aiming to help tenants ahead of a potential wave of evictions Chicago Sun-Times
12/28/2020 Chicago real estate in 2021: Eviction crisis and Zoom rooms Chicago Tribune
12/17/2020 Tenants rights advocates warn of eviction wave in January Chicago Sun-Times
12/14/2020 Nonprofits Combining Forces to lead the COVID-19 Response in Heavily Hit Communities PR Newswire
9/10/2020 John Jack Macnamara obituary: Ally of reparations movement ‘fought battle his whole life and never gave up’ Chicago Sun-Times
8/26/2020 Chicagoans ponder moving away to escape downtown Chicago Tribune
11/1/2019 Tenants at SRO closing on Chicago’s North Side scramble for affordable housing Chicago Tribune
9/6/2019 New Report Finds Chicago Housing Authority Failed To Give Mandated Services To Non-English Speaking Residents WBBM Newsradio 780
9/6/2019 Public housing residents with limited English need more language help from CHA, advocates say, urging Lightfoot to make changes Chicago Tribune
9/5/2019 Seniors demand the CHA hire more bilingual staff, provide better translation services Chicago Sun-Times
9/5/2019 Immigrant residents of a Chicago Housing Authority building demand services in their languages Univision
9/5/2019 Report: CHA Doesn’t Provide Adequate Language Services For Seniors Chicago Public Radio WBEZ
4/2/2019 Students Learn About Sexual Violence and Resources at Panel Hosted by CODA Loyola Phoenix
12/6/2018 Chicago Task Force Will Take on Ticket and Debt Collection Reform Pro Publica
6/11/2018 Why Milwaukee should close a loophole that prevents housing, even now, from being fair Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
6/3/2018 When Fair Housing Fails to Add Up: The Mathematical Summary for 200 Nights of Freedom Milwaukee Independent
3/15/2018 East St. Louis moms team up to challenge housing authority fees St. Louis Public Radio
2/27/2018 The Many Roads to Bankruptcy Pro Publica
2/27/2018 How Chicago Ticket Debt Sends Black Motorists Into Bankruptcy Pro Publica
2/1/2018 Fees, fines, loans, scams: How the poor get poorer Chicago Tribune
1/31/2018 New report spotlights debt afflicting women in low-income black and Latino communities Chicago Reader
1/30/2018 Study Shows How Debt Can Trap Low-Income Black And Latina Women In Poverty Chicago Public Radio WBEZ
8/14/2017 Even with a Budget, Some Illinois Nonprofits Struggle from the Damage Done Nonprofit Quarterly
8/9/2017 More "Damage Done" Capitol Fax
8/4/2017 Budget Impasse Hit Women, Children Hardest, Report Says Chicago Tonight WTTW
8/2/2017 Damning New Report Details Budget Stalemate's Impact of Illinois Kids, Seniors Crain's Chicago Business
Spring 2016 Where Campus Meets Community Loyola Magazine
8/3/2015 To Reduce Risk to Activist Scholars, Change the Support Structures The Chronicle of Higher Education
7/20/2015 As Anita Alvarez Gears Up for Expanded Alternative Sentencing Program, Criticisms of Existing Services Emerge in New Study Huffington Post
4/2/2015 The Atlantic's Ta-Nehisi Coates talks about 'The Case for Reparations' in Chicago Chicago Reader
5/28/2014 The Story of the Contract Buyers League (video) The Atlantic
2/27/2013 Jesuit Universities Release Study on Undocumented Students in Higher Education National Jesuit News
2/26/2013 In Helping Immigrant Students, Jesuit Colleges Hope to Lead the Way The Chronicle of Higher Education
2/26/2013 Documenting the Undocumented Inside Higher Ed
8/13/2012 Touring the New Cuneo Hall Inside Loyola
8/2/2012 Promoting Human Rights Inside Loyola


Housing First for Those in Need Inside Loyola
6/26/2012 100K Homes - Vulnerable Man's Death Shows Best and Worst of Homeless Service System StreetWise
6/14/2012 Cuneo Opens Door to Future  Inside Loyola
6/7/2012 CURL Research Highlighted Inside Loyola
1/23/2012 From 'Out There' to Indoor Life Chicago Tribune
1/18/2012 AIDS: 100,000 Homes Campaign in Chicago Enjoys Success Windy City Times
12/10/2011 Homeless Families in Illinois Walking a Hard Road New York Times
12/3/2011 Emanuel to 'Recalibrate' Plans to Eradicate Homelessness Chicago Sun-Times
9/7/2011  The Faces of Homelessness Inside Loyola
5/6/2011 The Chicago Precedent: One Wal-Mart's Arrival Was a Wash for Workers Washington Post
4/1/2011 Mixed Reviews for Presidential Towers Wal-Mart Market Chicago Gazette
2/4/2011 A Day of Wal-Mart Bashing New York Magazine
2/4/2011 Council Hammers Wal-Mart at Hearing Wall Street Journal
2/4/2011 Empty Seats Are Hard Sell New York Post
2/3/2011 Wal-Mart Critics Rip Retailer During Hearing WNYC News
2/3/2011 City Council Foes Grind Their Wal-Mart Ax Crain's New York Business
1/27/2011 North Side Wal-Mart Battles Simmer Progress Illinois
1/24/2011 Urban Walmart Taken to Task, Hearing Scheduled Columbia Chronicle
1/9/2011 Wal-Mart's Been a Boon to Chicago: An Alderwoman Says She's Seen it With Her Own Eyes New York Daily News
6/23/2010 Show Me the Jobs, Mayor Daley! Huffington Post
1/11/2010 New Study Suggests Wal-Mart's Economic Impact a Wash for Urban Communities Chicagoist
1/10/2010 Study Claims Chicago Wal-Mart Cost Area Jobs ABC 7 WLS-TV
1/10/2010 New Study: Wal-Mart Brings Zero Jobs to Chicago Huffington Post
1/8/2010 The Wal-Mart "New Jobs" Myth Progress Illinois
8/5/2008 Over 50 and on the Streets StreetWise
7/8/2008 Housing Residents Face Uncertain Future StreetWise
7/8/2008 A Look at the Proposed Public Housing Museum StreetWise
6/26/2008 Number of Homeless Over Age 50 Rising, Study Finds Chicago Tribune
5/13/2008 Cities May Mute Effect of Wal-Mart Chicago Tribune
March 2007 CURL Honors Retirement of Kale Williams Loyola Magazine
4/9/2006 Wal-Mart Must Prove Sincerity Atlanta Journal-Constitution
1/2/2006 Housing Boom's 2 Sides Detailed Chicago Tribune
Fall 2005 CURL Celebrates 10 Years of Community Focused Research Loyola Magazine
3/28/2004 Girls Find Statistics, Fashion Mix Chicago Tribune
Spring 2004 CURL Undergraduate Fellows Link Research and Service Loyola Magazine
11/14/2003 Being Black in Chicago is Going to Cost You Red Streak
July-August 2000 The Community as a Classroom Academe
Sept. 1998 How Community-Based Research Changed a Professor's Career Chronicle of Higher Education
05/27/1997 Neighborhoods Hit by Welfare Cuts Chicago Sun-Times