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ON CAMPUS


CIVIC ENGAGEMENT FEB 3


THEY ARRIVED LAST NIGHT, A SERIES OF PHOTOS DOCUMENTING THE EXPERIENCES OF REFUGEES BY ARTIST GREGORY BEALS, OPENS AT LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF ART. THE EXHIBIT RUNS THROUGH JUNE 8.


The facts about ‘fake news’


LOYOLA FACULTY AND INDUSTRY EXPERTS sat down to discuss a topic that’s been dominat- ing the news for more than a year: President Donald Trump’s relationship with the press and the spread of “fake news.” Jill Geisler, inaugural Bill Plante Chair of Leadership and Media Integrity in Loyola’s School of Communication, led a discussion on consuming a balanced diet of accurate information, including some surprising stats on fake news, with panelists Bill Plante (BS ’59), veteran CBS White House correspondent; Jane Elizabeth, director of the accountability journalism program at the American Press Institute; and Jack Smith, veteran political journalist and adjunct faculty member. —Evangeline Politis


MAR 1


WRITER GEORGE SAUNDERS WILL VISIT CAMPUS FOR A DAYLONG EVENT CELEBRATING HIS WORK AND THE FICTION OF RADICAL HUMANISM, SPONSORED BY THE HANK CENTER FOR CATHOLIC INTELLECTUAL HERITAGE.


37.6M 46%Percentage of voters who


administration POLITICO/MORNING CONSULT POLL


3x MAR 15


GINA McCARTHY, FORMER U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR UNDER PRESIDENT OBAMA, WILL BE THE FEATURED SPEAKER AT THE ANNUAL CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE, FOCUSING ON HOW CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS PUBLIC HEALTH.


believe the news media fabricate stories about President Trump and his


The number of fact- checking organizations


has tripled since 2014 DUKE REPORTERS’ LAB


Number of times fake news stories about presidential


candidates were shared in 2016 JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES


2/3


Number of Americans who say the mainstream press is


full of fake news HARVARD-HARRIS POLL


59%Percentage of links


read fi rst ACM SIGMETRICS/ IFIP PERFORMANCE 2016


shared on social media without having been


WINTER 2018


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