Loyola at a Glance
June 21, 2013 Issue
A new book due out July 2 by Loyola University New Orleans alumnus and journalist Ramon Vargas '09 chronicles the heartfelt personal narratives of the 1944-45 Loyola Wolf Pack as they became the city's first basketball team to earn a national championship.
The Loyola University New Orleans online Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration degree program is ranked in the top 20 in the U.S. by TheBestSchools.org, placing 11th among online master's in criminal justice programs nationwide, according to new rankings released this summer.
New Orleans has long been suspected as a hub for human trafficking, but no current research sheds light on the real size of the problem.
Loyola University New Orleans student journalists of The Maroon newspaper along with the university's public relations and marketing staff are finalists for five categories in annual awards presented by the Press Club of New Orleans.
Loyola University New Orleans School of Mass Communication alumna Kelly Williams Brown '06 turned her blog into a recently published book, "Adulting: How to Become A Grownup in 468 Easy(ish) Steps."
Artist Seth Gadsden and filmmaker Sam Fleischner opened their collaborative exhibit, "Ricky's Dragon," this week in Loyola University New Orleans' Collins C. Diboll Gallery, located on the fourth floor of the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library.
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