Loyola at a Glance
September 23, 2011 Issue
Loyola University New Orleans recently completed a major renovation of Thomas Hall, one of the university's original buildings, which served as a residence and chapel for Jesuits of the New Orleans Province until 2005. To celebrate the renovation's completion, the university will host an open house at Thomas Hall on Sept. 27, with a dedication ceremony for the Loyola community at 12:30 p.m. and a reception for the general public starting at 5 p.m.
The Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, along with Tulane University Law School, will co-host the 15th Annual National Latina/o Law Student Conference, Thursday, Sept. 29, through Saturday, Oct. 1. Registration is $70 per student.
Loyola University New Orleans alumnus Alfred Walker '96 will perform a solo voice recital on Saturday, Sept. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Roussel Performance Hall, located in the Communications/Music Complex, on the corner of St. Charles Avenue and Calhoun Street.
Ann Mahoney Kadar, theatre professor at Loyola University New Orleans, will guest star in the pilot episode of the new CW television network series, "Hart of Dixie," on Monday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m.
Students and their parents can learn all about international study opportunities during the annual Family Weekend Study Abroad Fair on Friday, Sept. 30, from 12 – 2 p.m. in the Peace Quad.
David Anderson, string bass instructor at Loyola University New Orleans, will be recognized by the Strauss Performing Arts Center of the University of Nebraska with a day in his honor on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Shortly after being sworn in as one of the newest members of the New Orleans Civil Service Commission on Monday, Loyola University New Orleans President Kevin Wm. Wildes, S.J., Ph.D., was elected to helm the group as its chairman.
Loyola University New Orleans will open its doors to students' family and friends for the university's annual Family Weekend to be held Sept. 30 - Oct. 2.
M. Isabel Medina, the Ferris Family Distinguished Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans' College of Law, was a featured speaker at two events on Sept. 15.
On Tuesday, Sept. 27, Loyola University New Orleans will host New Orleans native Laura Dodd, author of "Dig this Gig - Find Your Dream Job or Invent It!"
New Orleans is unlike any other city in the world, and for lovers of great food, it's a little slice of heaven. This is why Loyola University New Orleans is proud to celebrate the Crescent City's flair for food by presenting NolaLoyola 2011: Live to Eat, Sept. 30.
Business ethics professor Nick Capaldi, Ph.D., was recently named a Distinguished Miller Fellow at the Jack Miller Center for the Teaching of America's Founding Principles and History at the University of Virginia.
Last month, 16 students, faculty and staff from Loyola University New Orleans traveled to Belize, Central America for 24 days to host the 'Umadagu Lescuelana' summer camp in the coastal town of Dangriga, Belize.
Loyola University New Orleans' Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies presents award-winning poet and critical essayist, JesÃºs Barquet, in a presentation of his new book on Thursday, Sept. 29, at 6 p.m. in Multimedia Room 2 in the Monroe Library.
The Loyola Institute for Ministry will host a webinar focusing on its method of theological reflection on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. C.D.T., conducted by Marion Danforth, Ed.D.
"Celebrating Cannonball and Coltrane," an evening of jazz honoring an historic recording by musicians John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderley, will kick off Loyola University New Orleans' Jazz Underground series on Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. in Satchmo's, located in the Danna Student Center on the university's main campus.
The Department of Biological Sciences at Loyola University New Orleans will host a series of career seminars featuring prominent regional scientists.
Loyola University New Orleans' Office of Academic Affairs presents Shamere McKenzie, a survivor of human trafficking in the U.S., in a lecture about her experience and the issue of modern day slavery on Oct. 4, at 6:30 p.m. in Room 114 of Miller Hall.
The Department of Theatre Arts and Dance at Loyola University New Orleans kicks off the 2011-12 season with "In The Blood," Suzan-Lori Parks' contemporary story based on the main character from Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter."
Loyola University New Orleans' Jesuit Social Research Institute, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and the Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice in the College of Law will come together for an event that will examine the realities of immigration detention in the southern United States.
The Loyola University New Orleans Institute for Ministry will kick off its annual First Tuesdays: Spirituality in the City free speaker series with an address by New Orleans culinary icon Leah Chase on Tuesday, Oct. 4. Chase will deliver the presentation "I Just Pray and Keep On Going."
Loyola University New Orleans will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Walker Percy's novel, "The Moviegoer", by hosting a conference about the Southern writer Oct. 14-16 on its main campus.
Loyola at a Glance is written and distributed for the faculty, staff, students and friends of Loyola University New Orleans. It is published by the Office of Public Affairs, Greenville Hall, Box 909, 7214 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118. (504) 861-5888.
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