Loyola at a Glance
July 25, 2008 Issue
Stuart H. Smith, a 1986 Loyola University New Orleans College of Law graduate, has recently pledged a $1.25 million gift to the College of Law. The Law Clinic at the college is being renamed as the Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice as a result of Smith's generous gift.
After a successful one-year assignment as interim dean of Loyola University New Orleans' Admissions and Enrollment Management, Lori A. Zawistowski has been promoted to dean of admissions, effective August 1.
The Maroon, Loyola University New Orleans' student newspaper, won six awards at the Press Club of New Orleans 50th annual Journalism Awards competition on July 19, hosted by NBC's Hoda Kotb. The Maroon won two first place awards, three second place awards and one third place award.
Jim Gabour, professor of video technology at Loyola University New Orleans, has had much global success with his new book of essays titled, "Undercurrent-life after Katrina."
Loyola University New Orleans women's basketball team was honored by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) for their achievements in the classroom. The Wolfpack women were ranked 21st in the WBCA's Academic Top 25.
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