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Gravy Runs through It: The Mystique, Mistakes & Magic of New Orleans Restaurants

November 16

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Add to Calendar 2021-11-16 19:00:00 2021-11-16 20:00:00 Gravy Runs through It: The Mystique, Mistakes & Magic of New Orleans Restaurants The College of Nursing and Health welcomes Brett Anderson, New York Times food correspondent and former restaurant critic and features writer for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, as our fall lecturer. He will share his thoughts on the intersection of food, restaurants, and well-being in New Orleans and how the unique food culture of the city sheds light on community and social justice. This event is free and open to the public. Attend on campus at Ignatius Chapel in Bobet Hall (no RSVP required) Attend on Zoom, please register here.  This lecture is supported in part by an Ignatian Year Mission Integration grant. Ignatius Chapel, 1st floor, Bobet Hall or via Zoom Thomas F. Ryantfryan@loyno.edu (504) 865-20 America/Chicago public

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Ignatius Chapel, 1st floor, Bobet Hall or via Zoom

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Free

The College of Nursing and Health welcomes Brett Anderson, New York Times food correspondent and former restaurant critic and features writer for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, as our fall lecturer. He will share his thoughts on the intersection of food, restaurants, and well-being in New Orleans and how the unique food culture of the city sheds light on community and social justice.

This event is free and open to the public.

  • Attend on campus at Ignatius Chapel in Bobet Hall (no RSVP required)
  • Attend on Zoom, please register here. 

This lecture is supported in part by an Ignatian Year Mission Integration grant.

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Lectures + Seminars

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Add to Calendar 2021-11-16 19:00:00 2021-11-16 20:00:00 Gravy Runs through It: The Mystique, Mistakes & Magic of New Orleans Restaurants The College of Nursing and Health welcomes Brett Anderson, New York Times food correspondent and former restaurant critic and features writer for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, as our fall lecturer. He will share his thoughts on the intersection of food, restaurants, and well-being in New Orleans and how the unique food culture of the city sheds light on community and social justice. This event is free and open to the public. Attend on campus at Ignatius Chapel in Bobet Hall (no RSVP required) Attend on Zoom, please register here.  This lecture is supported in part by an Ignatian Year Mission Integration grant. Ignatius Chapel, 1st floor, Bobet Hall or via Zoom Thomas F. Ryantfryan@loyno.edu (504) 865-20 America/Chicago public

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Counseling
Loyola Institute for Ministry
School of Nursing

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