Loyola at a Glance
“New York Times” spotlights Loyola University
February 1, 2008
Two articles spotlighting Loyola University New Orleans were published in the New York Times on Tuesday, January 29, 2008.
“The Faith to Outlast Politics” mentions Loyola University as one of several religious nonprofits in the city that have revived themselves since August 2005 in an article about faith-based organizations. View the article here.
“Looking Anew at Campaign Cash and Elected Judges” highlights a research paper written by Assistant Professor of Economics John Levendis and Tulane University’s Vernon Palmer titled The Louisiana Supreme Court in Question: An Empirical and Statistical Study of the Effect of Campaign Money on the Judicial Function. The study points to two Louisiana supreme court justices with anomalous voting patterns. They are very highly correlated with campaigning contributions that they received from plaintiffs and defendants. View the article here.
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