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Jesuit values come to life at Loyola Week

The week of events celebrating Loyola's Jesuit history and values kicks off Sunday with a window painting contest and outdoor mass in the Marquette Horseshoe.

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New Orleans donor issues $100,000 challenge for Loyola's historic Faith in the Future campaign

Community activist Anne Gauthier wants to help fund scholarships for the next generation of New Orleans lawyers and other legal professionals.

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From Hollywood to Hollywood South: Loyola professor opens play in Los Angeles & New Orleans to rave reviews

"Broomstick" is the latest play by award-winning playwright John Biguenet. The play tells the story of a confessing witch in a quirky way just in time for the Halloween season.

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Loyola strikes the right chord with new degrees in filmmaking and popular and commercial music

The two degree programs, which build on the strengths of New Orleans, officially launch in August 2015.

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New arts education classes at Loyola give students a career edge on and off the stage

Loyola is offering new audio narratives and voice acting classes - spanning the disciplines of creative writing, acting and music industry studies - to teach students how to write for the ear, voice acting and produce high-quality audio performances.

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Gratitude In, and Beyond, the Season of Giving Thanks

Livin' Loyno

Sure, we all have those days where it is an absolute miracle to have survived responsibilities and demands of school and work, or in our personal lives, but how fantastic would it be to approach our responsibilities with a grateful heart and reflective gratitude for the things we’ve done and accomplished.

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