Loyola at a Glance
April 30, 2010 Issue
The Loyola University New Orleans Alumni Association will bestow its highest honor to Mary Ann Glorioso Valentino, M'41.
Several Loyola University New Orleans undergraduate students from Haiti, who have been financially impacted by the January 2010 earthquake there, will receive funding from the university to pay tuition and other expenses until they graduate.
New Orleans citizens are encouraged to become involved in advocating transparent, ethical and effective government by attending the Inspector General's Community Forum on Tuesday, May 11 at 6:30 p.m. at Xavier University of Louisiana.
One deserving student in the Loyola University New Orleans College of Business will benefit from education in action next week when she receives the COB Student Investment Fund Scholarship.
The Loyola University New Orleans Play Therapy Center, housed in the department of counseling, announced this week that it now offers a play therapy specialization, through its Master of Science in Counseling program for students who want to become registered play therapists
Loyola University College of Law professor Mitch Crusto served as a breakout session leader on teambuilding at Junior Achievement's, "Connecting to Success," an annual conference for high school students.
Charles Edward Braswell, professor emeritus of music therapy at Loyola, died on April 16, in Manitowoc, Wis. In 1957, Braswell founded the music therapy program at Loyola, which was one of the first music therapy degree programs in the South. He retired from Loyola in 1993 after 36 years of service.
The Loyola University New Orleans baseball team is hosting Youth Day at Segnette Field on Saturday for their season finale against Belhaven University.
The Loyola University New Orleans women's tennis team's season ended on Friday, losing 5-0 against No. 25 Spring Hill in the opening round of the GCAC Tournament.
Loyola University New Orleans pitcher/shortstop Taylor Domengeaux was named Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for the week ending April 25.
The Loyola University New Orleans track team broke two program records in the Golden Eagle Classic on April 24 at the Marshall Bell Track and Field Complex on the campus of Southern Miss.
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