Loyola at a Glance
July 24, 2009 Issue
Loyola University New Orleans students, alumni and faculty took home numerous honors at the 51st annual Press Club of New Orleans awards competition on Saturday, July 18.
Loyola University New Orleans has launched a new official Twitter page where followers can receive news and important information from the university.
A frequent visitor to New Orleans, CBS news giant Walter Cronkite, who died Friday, helped break ground for the Communications/Music Complexat Loyola University New Orleans in 1983.
Two School of Mass Communication graduates were featured by New Orleans Magazine as Top 10 Female Achievers in the July issue.
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.
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Professor Mitchell Crusto recently participated in the Jamaica Sunset CLE, held this month in Negril, Jamaica.
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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