Memories

Below is our collection of memories by members of the Loyola Community. Share your memory with us so the Loyola community can remember the good times and struggles that happened on our campus over the last century.

1970s
Notes: Loyola’s Pharmacy School in 1950. I enrolled at Loyola in 1952 in the College of Business. There were no facilities for housing women so we were able to rent a room on Nashville Ave. from a Miss Viola Daprieu. From … In 1957 Fr. Boggs asked me to fill her post....
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Class of 1977

I often say that physics taught me to think, but that’s not the whole story. One of the two professors who most challenged me to think and to learn to defend my ideas was philosophy professor Ann Plamondon. During my time at Loyola, I took maybe five classes from Dr. Plamondon, including...
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Class of 1978

Favorite Musicians: The Neville Brothers aka the Meters aka Charles Neville.
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Class of 1978

Tubing down the Tangipahoa River and getting dunked in the river by Fr. Carter.
1980s
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Class of 1982

I will never forget the law school Mardi Gras Parade, HSSB. It was held on the Friday afternoon before Mardi Gras. We started out with a beer blast in the law school parking lot, in our costumes, then climbed into trucks and convertibles and “paraded” to Bruno’s for a party....
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