Loyola at a Glance
February 14, 2014 Issue
Loyola University New Orleans women's basketball senior Jasmine Brewer has been named as one of only 10 women's college basketball players in the country to the 2014 Allstate Women's Basketball Coaches Association Good Works Team.
ESPN sportscaster Michael Smith '01 will return to his alma mater to give New Orleans high school students a taste of what it's like to be a journalist in today's world of digital media.
As part of the National Basketball Retired Players Association All-Star celebrations, the Loyola University Honors Program is exhibiting historic documents relating to slavery and emancipation in the U.S.
As seniors prepare for their upcoming graduation, they are encouraged to attend the 2014 Grad Fair, a one stop shop for all graduation needs.
A free lecture at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law will cover an often-overlooked responsibility of the Department of Homeland Security: asylum decisions.
Speakers at a free panel discussion Wednesday, Feb. 19 at Loyola University New Orleans will seek to prove that human rights violations at the U.S. Guantanamo Bay detention facilities are not a forgotten thing of the past.
Five of New Orleans' most innovative jazz artists will reunite at Loyola University New Orleans Thursday, Feb. 20 for the second annual All-Star Jam, a Jazz Underground concert celebrating the historic jam session tradition of New York City's mid-century jazz scene.
Two free concerts at Loyola University New Orleans this month will run the musical gamut, from the electronic sounds of the modern laptop orchestra to the classical sounds of American horn music.
Loyola University New Orleans will celebrate a new twist on Mardi Gras this year-a week of fun events designed to promote safety during Carnival season. Loyola's Office of Student Affairs and the Student Government Association will host "Smardi Gras" from Friday, Feb. 21 through Friday, Feb. 28.
After two successful evaluations were completed last month, Loyola University New Orleans is poised to become the first Jesuit university in the U.S. to hold national accreditation from both the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications as well as the Public Relations Society of America's Certification in Education for Public Relations.
Kurt Bindewald, director of the Loyola University New Orleans Office of Mission and Ministry and advisory chair of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Ministry of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, presented a half-day workshop to 30 Catholic school administrators Jan. 25 at St. Mary's Dominican High School in New Orleans.
Loyola University New Orleans announces "Backpack Journalism: From Beignets to Bayous," a new two-week summer program starting June 9 that will send high school students roaming across New Orleans for a journalism experience in one of the world's most colorful cities.
Loyola University New Orleans is joining in on a national effort to make sure minority students have the opportunity to stick with science and pursue promising careers in the STEM fields-science, technology, engineering and math.
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