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Retired NOPD Superintendent Ronal Serpas to join Loyola University faculty

Aug 18, 2014 • The Times-Picayune -
Law enforcement leader Ronal W. Serpas, Ph.D., will bring his more than 30 years of experience to Loyola University New Orleans' nationally recognized Department of Criminal Justice, which offers both bachelor's and master's degrees in the burgeoning ... More

Loyola opens city's only full-service university Starbucks and local favorite ...

Aug 27, 2014 • Loyola University New Orleans
As Loyola University New Orleans students return to campus this week, they are greeted by new dining options, including New Orleans' first full-service university-based Starbucks and local favorite Slice Pizzeria. Another campus-based local eatery, La ... More

466-year old tradition welcomes back Loyola students

Aug 27, 2014 • Loyola University New Orleans
Students, faculty and staff at Loyola University New Orleans will have the chance to be a part of an age-old tradition almost as old as the Society of Jesus itself, going back to the first Jesuit school in Messina, Sicily, in 1548. The tradition ... More

7 Louisiana colleges make Princeton Review's 'Best 379,' but not all in a good way

Aug 5, 2014 • The Times-Picayune
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY NEW ORLEANS. No. 2 Lots of Race/Class Interaction (between students of different backgrounds); No. 5 Best College Newspaper; No. 6 Town-Gown Relations are Great (between local residents and students); No. 16 Best Quality of ... More

Student freedom of the press fighter wins national award

Aug 10, 2014 • Loyola University New Orleans
Lucy Dieckhaus, a senior at Loyola University New Orleans in the School of Mass Communication, won a national journalism award for her outstanding service to the First Amendment. Dieckhaus will formally receive the Robert D.G. Lewis First Amendment ... More

Loyola junior spends summer interning at the White House

Aug 9, 2014 • Loyola University New Orleans
Loyola University New Orleans political science junior Maya White has always been fascinated with the inner workings of Washington, D.C., and not just what you see in the media. With aspirations of attending law school after graduation, working on ... More

New Orleans' New Civil Rights Leaders

Aug 13, 2014 • CounterPunch
The President needs to do the same by taking bold action to protect the immigrant civil rights leaders who are fighting for what we all hold dear. Bill Quigley is a human rights lawyer and law professor at Loyola University New Orleans. He can be ... More

100% of 2014 music education grads land jobs in teaching positions

Aug 27, 2014 • Loyola University New Orleans
Loyola University New Orleans' latest class of music educators is well on the way to meaningful careers inspiring others through music. One-hundred percent of 2014 graduates of the Music Education Program at Loyola have secured music teaching positions ... More

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