Loyola at a Glance
April 12, 2013 Issue
After a year of birthday events, Loyola University New Orleans will punctuate the end of its centennial with a Jazz Fest-style celebration honoring its Founders Day.
Is Google making us stupid? Pulitzer Prize finalist Nicholas Carr poses this question in his upcoming talk, "The Mind in the Net," which takes place Wednesday, April 17 at Loyola University New Orleans.
The Loyola Symphony Orchestra will continue the series of free concerts by faculty and student ensembles this month as part of the Montage Fine and Performing Arts Series at Loyola University New Orleans. All of the performances are open to the public.
Loyola University New Orleans Student Media adviser and instructor Michael Giusti '00, M.B.A. '12 was elected to the board of directors for College Newspaper Business and Advertising Managers Inc.
The Loyola University New Orleans community is invited to celebrate the life and career of Richard Johnson, Ph.D., professor emeritus of English at Loyola. Johnson passed away Feb. 28 at the age of 78.
Student journalists at Loyola University New Orleans won top awards, sweeping multiple categories from the Society of Professional Journalists regional chapter covering Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.
The Center for Spiritual Capital in the College of Business at Loyola University New Orleans is co-sponsoring the Reformation Quincentennial Conference April 25-26 at Louisiana State University.
The Department of Art and Design at Loyola University New Orleans will boast the works of its seniors during two new exhibits in April and May.
Ready to experience beats like the samba, an evening of dancing and mouth-watering Brazilian foods? The "Brasil Sensacional!" event April 18 at 6 p.m. boasts live music and performances from New Orleans-based traditional Brazilian dance troupe Casa Samba.
The Loyola University New Orleans Film Buffs Institute will screen for the first time in the Southern U.S.-and only the second time in the U.S. since the New York City Film Festival-the epic Hungarian animated feature film, "The Tragedy of Man," Friday, April 19.
The Loyola University Chamber Singers will present a free concert this month as part of the Montage Fine and Performing Arts Series.
This summer, Loyola University New Orleans physics senior William Duhe will get a look inside black holes, supernova remnants and more deep space phenomenon with the help of high-powered technologies used at an observatory in Southern Arizona.
Marking the third anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and celebrating the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day, Loyola University New Orleans' Environment Program and the Loyola Film Buffs Institute will screen the film, "Dirty Energy."
The Loyola Ballet, directed by Laura Zambrano, celebrates National Dance Week with a mixed repertory program of classical, contemporary and character works including an excerpt from the graceful Russian ballet, "La Vivandiere."
Today, Loyola University New Orleans staffer Andre Perry, Ph.D., is a featured guest on a panel during the 2013 Education Nation New Orleans Summit, hosted by NBC News and moderated by "Today" co-anchor Hoda Kotb.
An anonymous donor has issued a fundraising challenge to Loyola University New Orleans, and the president and the Office of Institutional Advancement is calling on all alumni and members of the university community to meet it head on.
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