Loyola at a Glance
April 25, 2014 Issue
For the thirteenth time in 14 years, a group of public relations students from Loyola University New Orleans is one of only three teams nationwide to compete in the finals of the Public Relations Student Society of America 2014 Bateman Case Study Competition.
Three Loyola University New Orleans mass communication graduates-a network TV executive, a nonprofit leader passionate about the common good and a national media director-will be inducted in the Mass Communication Den of Distinction Friday, May 9.
This fall, Loyola University New Orleans will introduce a new full-time Fast-Track MBA that can be completed in one year-the only program of its kind in the area. The university will also unveil a revamped Professional MBA program that can be completed in as little as two years.
The Loyola University New Orleans women's golf team qualified for the 2014 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Women's Golf National Championship with a second place finish at the 2014 Southern States Athletic Conference Women's Golf Championship at Lagoon Park Golf Club April 22.
During a free Loyola University New Orleans Jazz Band concert Tuesday, April 29, student jazz musicians will bid a moving musical farewell to beloved international jazz educator and Loyola professor John Mahoney, who retires this year.
This isn't your grandma's graduation ceremony. This year, Loyola University New Orleans is harnessing the power of social media during commencement to help students and their families capture memories, share congratulations and create digital keepsakes-all in real time.
Fifty second graders at the International School of Louisiana will see the French stories they wrote for school come to life for the first time thanks to Loyola University New Orleans graphic design students.
The Gillis Long Poverty Law Center in the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law presented its 2014 Public Service Awards to students, alumni and faculty April 15.
The Loyola University New Orleans Preparatory Arts program-one of the few comprehensive arts programs in the metropolitan New Orleans area offering a structured program of music studies-is offering music classes catering to adults this summer.
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