Loyola at a Glance
October 23, 2009 Issue
In November, the Jesuit Center and the Student Government Association will present Loyola Week, a series of events, activities and exhibits to celebrate the Jesuit heritage of Loyola University New Orleans.
Loyola University New Orleans joins its neighbor Tulane University to call for an end to sexual violence in the 18th annual Take Back the Night, on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
The esteemed career of David Morelock, director of Loyola Opera Theatre from 1994-2009, will be celebrated with an Opera Gala on Sunday, Nov. 1.
Students in the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law will assist with the visit of a United Nations special rapporteur on adequate housing, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 30 and 31.
The colorful and vibrant mastery of the late New York City artist Keith Haring will be the subject of the next exhibit on display in the Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery at Loyola University New Orleans.
Where did the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago get its name? Who started the 365-day calendar? Which country's national symbol is an eagle eating a snake? Find out the answers to these and many questions at Loyola University New Orleans' annual Country Fair, Friday, Oct. 30.
Spanish dramatist and playwright José Moreno Arenas, known for his short, comic plays that confront the audience with shocking twists, will visit Loyola University New Orleans to give a lecture "Minimal Theatre: Dramatic 'Fleas'" and dramatic readings of two of his mini plays on Monday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m., in Multimedia Room 2 of the Monroe Library.
Acclaimed author Thomas Beller will be the featured speaker at the next 1718 reading series on Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m., at the Columns Hotel, 3811 St. Charles Ave.
The Southern Reparatory Theater and Loyola University New Orleans will team up this weekend to present Beethoven's opus 131 in a benefit performance featuring Loyola's Faculty Chamber Ensemble.
New Orleans Friends of Music teams up with Loyola University New Orleans to present exciting masterclasses and a concert by internationally acclaimed virtuosos Lera Auerbach, piano, and Ani Aznavoorian, cello.
A book co-authored by a first-year law student at Loyola University New Orleans has received the 2009 Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust Leadership in Journalism Award from the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.
The Loyola University New Orleans Department of Theatre Arts and Dance will present a modern version of the Victorian gothic production of "A Christmas Carol," adapted by Neil Bartlett, which honors Dickens' original language. Loyola Theatre will also collaborate with Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana during select performances to fight hunger.
"People on the Move" will be the focus of a conference at Loyola University New Orleans, examining the people displaced by Hurricane Katrina, migrant workers and refugees.
Law students at Loyola University New Orleans are invited to attend oral arguments before the State of Louisiana Court of Appeal Fourth Circuit on Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. in the College of Law, Room 308.
The Loyola University New Orleans Alumni Association and the Office of Mission and Ministry invite the campus community to attend an alumni memorial Mass on All Saints Day, Sunday, Nov. 1, at 6 p.m., in Ignatius Chapel, in Bobet Hall.
Criminal Justice professor Rae Taylor, Ph.D., will present "The Power to Kill: Power and Coercive Control as a Predictor of Homicide in Intimate Relationships," on Monday, Oct. 26 at 12:30 p.m., in Mercy Hall, Room 103.
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Black Law Student Association will remember the life and contributions of Loyola's first African-American dean at the third annual Dean Louis Westerfield Memorial Barbecue, on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Susan Brower, media services coordinator and associate professor in the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library, presented two sessions at the Consortium of College and University Media Centers annual conference at Elon University in Greensboro, N.C., earlier this month.
Davida Finger, assistant clinical professor in the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, was an invited speaker and panelist at a forum in September hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus.
Janet R. Matthews, Ph.D., professor of psychology, recently returned from the American Psychological Association's Education Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., where she was elected to chair the association's board of educational affairs.
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