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Guided by the Jesuit principles of men and women with and for others, the Loyola University New Orleans Alumni Association is organized to serve alumni, promote a spirit of cooperation and fellowship among alumni, encourage the development of lifelong relationships between alumni and the University, and foster philanthropic loyalty and support for the University.
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Alumni Videos & Webinars
Lunch & Learn with Ally Shaw
The Alumni Association and the Loyola Center for Counseling and Education are co-hosting a Lunch and Learn with alumna and author Ally Shaw '00 on Thursday, April 7 from 12:30 -1:30 p.m. CT in Monroe Hall, Room 152. Free pizza will be provided for those who attend in person. Signed copies of Ally Shaw's book, "Chasing Tigers in the Dark," will be available for purchase through the Loyola Bookstore.
This is a free event, but we ask that you register in advance, so we can accurately gauge attendance. For those who cannot join us in person, please feel free to tune in virtually here. Meeting ID: 998 2745 0348. Passcode: 256407.
Virtual Lunch & Learn: Conflict Resolution
The Events Committee of Loyola's Alumni Association hosted a virtual Lunch and Learn, where attendees heard from, and shared with, conflict resolution professionals and higher education practitioners as they discussed their experiences in (and thoughts about) conflict resolution, examined potential roots of personal and social group bias, and worked towards better understanding the range of conflict resolution options. View the virtual discussion here. The passcode to access the recording is J7?H2bXb.
Walking Through Life With Ignatius: Spirituality and Service
Thanks to all who joined the webinar that was held on Wednesday, February 16, 2022. We are grateful to our panelists and moderator - Barbara Lee, Brigid Farrell Dunn ‘85, Jason Downer, S.J., and John W. Green - for sharing their insight and experiences. View the recording here.
Royd Anderson Virtual Discussion
Loyola alumnus, author, and filmmaker Royd Anderson discussed his latest work, "New Orleans Disasters: Firsthand Accounts of Crescent City Tragedy." View the virtual discussion and Q&A here. The passcode to access the recording is n*^L0%KP.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2022
In commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, survivor, educator, and World War II Museum volunteer Anne Levy shared her inspiring story of surviving the destruction of the Warsaw ghetto, arriving in New Orleans from Hungary and then Poland in 1949, and confronting Neo Nazi and former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke. View Levy's story here. The passcode to access the recording is C098RJud.
Holiday Wishes of Courage and Creativity from Loyola University New Orleans
At Loyola University New Orleans, Jesuit social justice meets our city's creativity. Our students learn to be nimble and to use their talents for the greater good - to set the world on fire with their courage and creativity. We've learned that leaning into challenges leads to the most meaningful transformations, highlighted below in our latest video here.
2020 Integritas Vitae Award
The Alumni Association is proud to honor Loyola's 2020 Integritas Vitae Award recipient Lynn Coatney. The University’s Integritas Vitae Award is presented annually to someone who has lived “a life of integrity.” Learn more about Mrs. Coatney and her family's lifelong commitment to serve those in the New Orleans community View here>>
International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2021
On the 76th International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Loyola University and the Center for Jewish-Multicultural Affairs hosted a Spanish-language presentation by Pieter Kohnstam on his escape from Amsterdam to Buenos Aires in 1942. View Kohnstam's story here. The passcode to access the recording is z3nJK34U.
2020 Adjutor Hominum Award
The Alumni Association of proud to announce The Honorable Robin Pittman ‘91 J.D. ’95 as the recipient of the 2020 Adjutor Hominum Award. The highest award given by the Alumni Association, the Adjutor Hominum Award is given annually in recognition of an outstanding Loyola graduate whose life and career exemplify the values and philosophy of Jesuit education. Please take a moment and join us in celebrating Judge Pittman's service to Loyola and her community here.
Finding God in All Things
Watch "Finding God in All Things," a webinar hosted by the Offices of Alumni Engagement and Mission & Identity. Moderated by Fr. Justin Daffron, S.J. and featuring President Tania Tetlow along with several alumni panelists, this event features an in-depth discussion of how we find God in our everyday living. View here>>
Stay tuned to this space for more alumni videos in the coming weeks!