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May 28, 2010 Issue

Loyola mourns the loss of College of Law Dean Brian Bromberger

The Loyola University New Orleans community is mourning the loss of Brian Bromberger, dean of the College of Law and the Judge Adrian G. Duplantier Professor of Law.

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Literacy center partners with fatherhood consortium to support needs of local fathers

The Lindy Boggs National Center for Community Literacy at Loyola University New Orleans is announcing a partnership with the New Orleans Fatherhood Consortium, an organization created to improve the lives of children and families in the state of Louisiana by supporting the needs of fathers.

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Loyola students spend spring semester serving and learning

Loyola University New Orleans students spent more than 9,000 hours this spring volunteering for local nonprofit agencies in conjunction with 26 different service learning courses.

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Students to use Apple's iPad in new English course

A new class, "Reading with the Digital Human," will be offered this fall at Loyola University New Orleans as part of the English department's new concentration in film and digital media.

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Rent-A-Text program to offer affordable alternative to buying textbooks

Loyola University New Orleans will begin offering textbook rental services at the university bookstore this fall. Rent-A-Text will offer students a rental option on textbooks savings that represent 50 percent or more off the price of new textbooks.

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Diboll Gallery opens summer exhibit by Sandra Murchison and Christian Van Campen

The Collins C. Diboll Gallery at Loyola University New Orleans will feature an exhibit this summer showcasing a colorful array of prints, mixed media pieces and sculpture by Sandra Murchison, associate professor and chair of the art department at Millsaps College, and New Orleans artist Christian Van Campen.

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Yao appointed to international business advisory board

Lee J. Yao, Ph.D., the Joseph A. Butt, S.J., Distinguished Professor in Accounting, has been appointed to the China Market Research Centre in Australia as an external advisory member.

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Ethics professor publishes work on Paul Ricoeur

Boyd Blundell, Ph.D., assistant professor of ethics at Loyola University New Orleans, has recently published "Paul Ricoeur between Theology and Philosophy Detour and Return" in the prestigious Philosophy of Religion series by Indiana University Press.

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