Loyola at a Glance
February 12, 2010 Issue
Laissez les bons temps rouler, but be careful! Loyola University New Orleans encourages its students and employees to enjoy a safe and festive Mardi Gras celebration.
The ongoing volatile political scene in Iran and relations between the United States and Iran will be the topic at an upcoming panel discussion at Loyola University New Orleans featuring four experts on Iran, Misagh Parsa, Ph.D., Mehran Kamrava, Ph.D., Mark Gasiorowski, Ph.D, and Jack Goldstone, Ph.D.
The English department at Loyola University New Orleans recently announced a new major in film and digital media.
Loyola University New Orleans Wolfpack Athletics and the Alumni Association will honor exceptional athletes and a supporter of the university's many teams on Saturday, Feb. 20.
Loyola University New Orleans is one of 10 colleges across the nation and Jamaica that will host Campaign College in 2010, a unique campus-based program that teaches women how to run for elective office.
The Loyola University New Orleans Dance Team is keeping in step this Mardi Gras season by marching in several parades.
Award-winning Loyola University New Orleans photographer Harold Baquet will exhibit and discuss his 30-year career in photography and tell the stories behind the images he has captured during that career.
Viola players from all over the region will converge on the campus of Loyola University New Orleans on Saturday, Feb. 20 for the Gulf Coast Viola Society's annual viola festival.
Loyola University New Orleans' Jesuit Center and the Alumni Association present "Sacred Music and Sacred Words," a series of concerts and lectures in February and March to observe the season of Lent.
"Who has God called me to be?" That is the question the Rev. Gerald M. Fagin, S.J., ponders in his new book "Putting on the Heart of Christ: How the Spiritual Exercises Invite Us to a Virtuous Life."
The Loyola University New Orleans baseball team took the weekend series with a 5-2 victory over the University of Mobile Feb. 7 at Ram Field.
Loyola University New Orleans recently received communication from the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals lifting all restrictions on who can receive the H1N1 vaccine.
The Loyola University New Orleans athletic program participated in the nationwide cancer awareness effort this past week and raised nearly $1,000 for cancer research.
The deadline to apply to the first Doctor of Nursing Practice program offered in the state of Louisiana has been extended to Feb. 19.
Loyola University New Orleans women's basketball player Keiva Council was named Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Feb. 7.
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