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July 17, 2009 Issue

Free Twitter seminar at Loyola this Saturday

Heard about Twitter but aren't sure what all the fuss is about? The Loyola University New Orleans College of Social Sciences will co-host a fast-paced, free Twitter seminar this Saturday, July 18, from 11 a.m. 1 p.m., in Monroe Hall's Nunemaker Auditorium on Loyola's main campus.

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Loyola names Zubin Engineer as women's tennis head coach

Loyola University New Orleans Athletic Director Dr. Michael Giorlando announced the hiring of Zubin Engineer as head coach of the newly-reinstated women's tennis program.

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Young pianists travel to Loyola to compete in international piano competition

Next week, Loyola University New Orleans will host the New Orleans International Piano Competition for Young Artists featuring 12 young pianists competing for prestige and prizes totaling more than $20,000.

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New Orleans Magazine names Loyola alumna to top 10 list of female achievers

In its July 2009 issue, New Orleans Magazine named Loyola University New Orleans alumna Amy Boyle Collins to its list of top 10 female achievers in New Orleans. The 10 women were chosen by magazine editors with recommendations solicited from readers.

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Loyola adds to annual White Linen Night celebration

Each year, White Linen Night, presented by the New Orleans Arts District, draws art lovers together for the highly-anticipated art crawl the first Saturday in August. Loyola University New Orleans joins in this year with the work of visual arts assistant professor Karoline Schleh and an after party for alumni and friends of Loyola.

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Loyola hosts professional development series for music educators

Music educators from public and private schools in southeast Louisiana will travel to Loyola University New Orleans July 27-30 to participate in "Technology for the Music Educator," a professional development workshop sponsored by the music education department in Loyola's College of Music and Fine Arts.

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Cassard signs four players for 2009 baseball recruiting class

Loyola head baseball coach Gerald Cassard has announced the signing of four players for his 2009 recruiting class. Joining the Wolfpack are Matthew Guerry, Anthony Sofio, III, Caleb Templet and John Tyree.

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