Clips

Selected Writing Samples

Becker’s Hospital Review

HMA allegedly paid millions of dollars in kickbacks to more than 100 physicians: Two whistleblowers alleged health system HMA violated the Anti-Kickback Statue.

A simple solution to a multi-billion dollar problem: Hospitals are experimenting with radio frequency identification tags to improve hand hygiene compliance amongst personnel.

Modernizing the supply chain in an era of health reform: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is shaking up the country’s healthcare system, all the way down to the behind-the-scenes players.

Inside Loyola

A green collaboration: Loyola University Chicago and Northwestern University have collaborated to improve the presence and usage of biodiesel.

Living the presidential campaign: A Loyola University Chicago student shares his experiences as a communications intern on Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign.

Faculty gathers, kicks off year: Faculty convocation is held every fall to celebrate the start of the academic year and to welcome, recognize, and honor Loyola faculty and staff.

State of the students: Loyola’s student body president organized the first ever “State of the Students” address.

Greek community gives back: Sororities and fraternities are raising record-breaking fundraising amounts at Loyola University Chicago.

Studying abroad in Chicago: Loyola presents its Chicago Center, an opportunity for international students to spend a semester studying in the Windy City.

Loyola Compass: A brand new online Loyola School of Communication alumni magazine for which I served as editor-in-chief.

Loyola Compass

Bill Zehme: This writer has made a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s top profilers, writing on the lives of Johnny Carson, Jimmy Kimmel, Hugh Hefner, and more.

Success by design: Loyola alumnus takes advantage of opportunities at Loyola and now is a senior graphic designer with a Chicago public relations firm.

Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities: Connections

Collaborations with the Community: Loyola schools and departments are forming relationships with partner schools in the city to develop programs that will help improve the quality of education.

Sustainability Spreads at Loyola University Chicago: The Office of Sustainability has introduced many new plans and initiatives to help Loyola reduce its carbon footprint and increase sustainability practices and awareness.

The HubBub: Student work from Loyola University Chicago’s School of Communication (viewed best in Mozilla Firefox)

Why Cats Rule the Internet: Cats are everywhere. But the one place cats are most prevalent is on the Internet.

5 Tips for Outdoor Winter Running: How to keep up with a training schedule when subzero temperatures hit.

What Matters to Young Voters: Young voters tended to tune into these issues during the 2012 presidential campaign.

Map: Thanksgiving Dinner Goes Global: Almost none of the ingredients in a traditional Thanksgiving dinner originated in the United States.

Photos: What To Do in Barcelona: Take a tour around this world-class city by clicking through this slideshow.

Loyola Student Dispatch

Survey shows Loyola students support sustainability: As Loyola continues to increase its sustainability efforts, a poll shows that students are in favor of this movement.

Fronteras

OCHLA declaró ante el senado de Ohio: The Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs presented its budget proposition for Governor John R. Kasich.

Empezó el campo de verano del Centro Esperanza Latina: The “Healthy Latinos Summer Camp” was started as an initiative to keep Latino children learning and active during the summer months.

Loyola Phoenix

Apartheid and its victims: A review of Chicago’s TimeLine Theatre Company’s production of Master Harold…and the Boys.

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