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July 11, 2008 Issue

Loyola hires former Tulane assistant Kellie Kennedy as women’s hoops coach

Loyola University New Orleans director of intercollegiate athletics and wellness Dr. Michael Giorlando announced the hiring of former Tulane assistant Kellie Kennedy as women's basketball coach on Monday, July 7.

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Loyola announces Rev. Ted Dziak, S.J., as the new vice president for mission and ministry

The Rev. Ted Dziak, S.J., has been selected as the new vice president for Loyola University New Orleans' Department of Mission and Ministry.

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Green is the theme for Loyola’s campus renovations

Recent renovations to Loyola University New Orleans' campus have provided several opportunities for the university to reduce its carbon footprint.

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Loyola’s Sr. Jane Remson aids the fight against world hunger

Jane Remson, director of the New Orleans Chapter of Bread for the World (BFW), has devoted much of her life to activism in researching and fighting world hunger.

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Loyola remembers Janet Mary Riley, pioneer of women’s rights

Janet Mary Riley, Loyola University College of Law professor emerita, the first full-time female law professor in New Orleans and seventh in the nation, died Saturday of pancreatic cancer at Chateau de Notre Dame nursing home. She was 92.

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Ronald McDonald House gets a helping of support from Loyola’s Dining Services

Loyola University New Orleans Dining Services is leading a volunteer team of Sodexo managers from across the city to serve the families in residence at the New Orleans Ronald McDonald House.

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marketumbrella.org graduates from Loyola

On August 1, marketumbrella.org will unofficially graduate from Loyola University New Orleans as it spins-off to independent status. To commemorate the occasion, Loyola and marketumbrella.org hosted a special graduation ceremony on Tuesday, July 8 at the Crescent City Farmers Market.

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Loyola’s Dee Harper featured in Scientific American

The research of Loyola University New Orleans sociology and criminal justice professor Dee Wood Harper was recently featured in Scientific American magazine.

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Les East elected to Press Club board

Les East, journalism instructor in Loyola's School of Mass Communication was elected to the 2008-09 Press Club of New Orleans board.

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