Loyola at a Glance
May 29, 2009 Issue
Jim Gabour, professor of video technology in the College of Music and Fine Arts, has been chosen to produce and direct the final concert of Spinal Tap's 25th anniversary concert tour, "Unwigged & Unplugged."
"Shotgun," the second drama in Loyola professor and playwright John Biguenet's "Rising Water" trilogy, will be extended at Southern Rep Theatre through June 14.
From June 1 – Sept. 3, the Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery at Loyola University New Orleans will feature "Portrait," a showcase of works from 28 artists ranging in traditional portraits to conceptual works exploring identity.
This weekend, Loyola University New Orleans will host the first Jesuit Summer Institute for Advanced Study, a collaborative effort of the honors programs at Jesuit colleges and universities from across the United States.
Hiroko Kusuda, clinical instructor of the immigration law section of the Loyola Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice, presented "Recent Developments on the Law of Asylum, Withholding of Removal and U.N. Convention Against Torture," at the Catholic Legal Immigration Network annual convention in Colorado Springs, Colo., in May.
Loyola College of Law professor Mitchell Crusto recently published a scholarly article in the University of Pennsylvania's Journal of Constitutional Law.
William E. Thornton, Ph.D., professor of sociology and chair of the Loyola University New Orleans Department of Criminal Justice, was appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Applied Security Research.
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