Loyola at a Glance
September 10, 2008 Issue
As a result of the suspension of operations at Loyola University due to Hurricane Gustav, the academic schedule has been adjusted. In order to meet the required number of class hours, Loyola must find ways to make up the missed class time. With input from faculty, student, and staff leaders, as well as the deans, the administration has decided to cancel the fall break of October 13 and 14.
Loyola University New Orleans resumed on-campus operations Monday, Sept. 8, after the threat of Hurricane Gustav forced the campus community to evacuate. Here's a look at the highlights of Loyola's response.
Loyola University New Orleans has hired Catherine Koppel as the new associate director of public affairs.
Loyola University New Orleans is pleased to announce the kickoff of the fall President's Forums with a two-part series, "Election 2008: Bringing faith into the voting booth & examining America's role in the new world order."
Loyola University New Orleans political science graduate David Huynh has been appointed Louisiana state director of the Barack Obama for President campaign.
Loyola University New Orleans announced the purchase of the Dominican Conference Center at 540 Broadway Avenue from the New Orleans Female Dominican Academy.
Leon Mathes has been appointed associate vice president for financial affairs at Loyola University.
Catherine P. Zeph in Loyola's Institute for Ministry, recently gave a plenary presentation in Philadelphia.
Shannon Duplantis has returned as bursar for Loyola University.
Loyola University New Orleans has modernized its chemistry laboratories with the completed renovation of its Choppin Chemistry Wing. The completion of this second phase of construction and renovation, totaling approximately $1.2 million, created space to house new labs, a collaborative learning center and departmental offices.
As people return home after Hurricane Gustav, many are wondering if FEMA will provide assistance to help recoup some of the costs incurred due to the evacuation.
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