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Presidential Inauguration Concert will honor the future of Loyola

Presidential Inauguration Concert will honor the future of Loyola

Anum Siddiqui

November 14, 2018


Filed under Music, News, Showcase

Loyola University President Tania Tetlow has joined with the College of Music and Fine Arts to put together an inauguration concert before she officially commits to the university, the concert will take place November 15 at 7:30 in the Louis J. Roussel Performance hall and open to the entire Loyola com...

Loyola graduate students explore ways to break the cycle of race and privilege

Loyola graduate students explore ways to break the cycle of race and privilege

Kennedy Garrett

November 14, 2018


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Students Addressing Race and Privilege was founded in the fall of 2015 by graduate counseling students at Loyola who wanted to examine the diverse racial experiences and biases on campus. In order to create environment that allowed for exploration of their racial identities in depth, students came to...

Tetlow to receive Loyola scepter

Tetlow to receive Loyola scepter

Riley Katz and Emma Ruby

November 14, 2018


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During Friday's Presidential Inauguration Mass, President Tania Tetlow will be given the ceremonial mace, along with the President's Medallion. The graphic describes what each symbol and design on the scepter represents. The top of the mace is based on the Loyola family seal, and the middle represents...

Tetlow invites Jesuit uncle to preach at missioning Mass

Tetlow invites Jesuit uncle to preach at missioning Mass

India Yarborough

November 13, 2018


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Jesuits tend to begin every major event with a Mass, according to the Rev. Joseph Tetlow, and this week’s inauguration festivities are no exception.“When did Jesuits start this? I don't know,” Tetlow said, “but I do know that we've begun school years by celebrating the Eucharist...

Tania Tetlow will be inaugurated as Loyola’s first lay president

Tania Tetlow will be inaugurated as Loyola’s first lay president

Rose Wagner

November 12, 2018


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After months of planning, delegates from 11 Jesuit colleges and universities, alumni, faculty, Mayor Latoya Cantrell, Tulane president Michael Fitts and the Archbishop of New Orleans will gather on Nov. 16 at Holy Name of Jesus Church to inaugurate Tania Tetlow as Loyola University New Orleans' first no...

UPB honors the President with ‘Tetlow Fest’

UPB honors the President with ‘Tetlow Fest’

Emma Ruby

November 11, 2018


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Maroon, gold and Tetlow all over is the idea for the impending celebration that has been organized in honor of President Tania Tetlow’s impending inauguration. The festival, organized by the University Programming Board, has been dubbed “Tetlow Fest,” and will spread across the Peace Quad and...

New urban and electronic music degree to drop in fall of 2019

New urban and electronic music degree to drop in fall of 2019

Shelbi Copain

November 10, 2018


Filed under Academic, Music, News, Showcase

The College of Music and Fine Arts is launching a new undergraduate degree program in the fall of 2019. The urban and electronic music production program is the first of its kind in the country, encouraging students to develop skills in production and performance while mastering the technology of re...

Former Loyola president and professor named in clergy sex abuse list

Former Loyola president and professor named in clergy sex abuse list

Rose Wagner and Andres Fuentes

November 8, 2018


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Two priests who previously worked for Loyola were among the 57 clergy members who the Archdiocese of New Orleans identified as being taken out of ministry due to accusations of sexual abuse of minors. The list was released Nov. 2, and included six people identified as Jesuits. Among the Loyola-related...

Loyola community gathers for Tree of Life Vigil

Loyola community gathers for Tree of Life Vigil

Christian Willbern

November 8, 2018


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  Although Shabbat in the Jewish community is a time for love and community, Margaux Schexnider, political science sophomore, found herself isolated and filled with terror on Oct. 27. "I felt like I couldn't breathe. I was just told that eleven of my people were murdered," Schexnider sai...

Vice president for finance and administration resigns

Vice president for finance and administration resigns

Emma Ruby

November 7, 2018


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Leon Mathes, vice president for finance and administration, has announced his resignation from the university which will go into effect Nov. 30, according to a Nov. 7 email from Tania Tetlow, university president, to faculty and staff. Mathes received a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information...

Intruder stopped by officers for lurking back onto campus

Intruder stopped by officers for lurking back onto campus

Tyler Wann

November 6, 2018


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Police were called to the Communications/Music Complex in the afternoon on Nov. 6 after a man who has been repeatedly banned from the university showed up on campus. According to university police, the man, who they identified as Robert Neville, has been banned from both the Broadway campus and main...

Loyola announces 2019 May term classes

Loyola announces 2019 May term classes

Cody Downey

November 6, 2018


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Crash courses in topics ranging from the Quran to making beer are available once the ink on final exams dry come May.The May term was implemented last year, and it allows students to gain course credit for work done in two weeks during the month of may. This year's term offers a total of 17 undergrad...

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