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March's Friday Five

By Lesli D. Harris on Sun, 03/31/2019 - 09:42

In an effort to keep everyone up-to-date on what our university experts are saying and doing, we send out the “The Friday Five,” an email complete with five items (and maybe a couple lagniappe) meant to keep you informed of the stories we’ve placed or written, the videos we’ve produced, and the projects we’ve had a hand in creating.

Here's a roundup of all the exciting things that happened in March!

Please feel free to share these news items to keep the good news of Loyola going!

  1. The recently opened Center for Editing and Publishing at Loyola provides a space and support for students and faculty engaged in editing and publishing. By giving students insight into the practices of scholarly and commercial publishing, and access to a range of presses and periodical venues, the center provides Loyola students with a wide range of professional experiences in editing and publishing! 
     
  2. Loyola Law professor Dane Ciolino weighs in on the workload faced by the Louisiana Supreme Court after a law was passed earlier this year requiring unanimous verdicts in jury trials.
    Learn more
     
  3. The Loyola University New Orleans Women's Basketball Team met with elementary students while visiting the Magic City for the 2019 NAIA tournament.
    Go Wolf Pack!
     
  4. Philip Bucolo, an aquatic biologist and visiting assistant professor at Loyola, appears in an article in The New Orleans Advocate about an acidic lake atop a gypsum pile in Convent, La.
    Learn more
     
  5. Raphael Zimmerman, freshman jazz studies student, was featured on the Today Show about his newfound fame as the “Boy in the Window.” 
    See Raphael