Loyola at a Glance
July 26, 2013 Issue
Loyola University New Orleans art and design professor Karoline Schleh will be the featured artist at a one-night-only exhibit running concurrently with the annual White Linen Night, Saturday, Aug. 3, in the Warehouse Arts District.
Loyola University New Orleans biology student Shelly Wu will present her research on a new method to determine how long a corpse is underwater by measuring algae growth on human hair at the Annual Meeting of the Botanical Society of America in New Orleans July 27-31.
Loyola University New Orleans student journalists of The Maroon newspaper along with the university's public relations and marketing staff won six awards in the 55th Annual Press Club of New Orleans Excellence in Journalism contest.
Gaining success in the game inspired by the "Harry Potter" books sweeping college campuses across the country, the Loyola University New Orleans Quidditch team emerged as finalists in Division 2 of the International Quidditch Association's World Cup VI held this year in Kissimmee, Fla.
Loyola University New Orleans College of Social Sciences Dean Luis Mirón, Ph.D., joined a group of deans from 19 major Catholic universities to call for a greater role in supporting and sustaining a seamless Catholic education from K-12 to higher education. The group converged at a historic meeting hosted by St. John's University in June in New York City.
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