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Presidential Advisory Group continues to weigh the options

May 26, 2015

Filed under Administration, Finance

The Presidential Advisory Group working to develop a long­term financial equilibrium plan is continuing its efforts to examine the top areas that are pertinent to Loyola University's financial health. These areas include purchasing,...

On the Record: Loyola seeks financial equilibrium

On the Record: Loyola seeks financial equilibrium

Marc K. Manganaro, Ph.D., Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

May 1, 2015

Filed under Administration, Columns, Op/Ed, Opinions

Loyola hires Lapovsky as financial consultant

Lauren Saizan, News Assistant

February 26, 2015

Filed under Administration, News

Loyola recently hired Lucie Lapovsky as a finance consultant to make recommendations regarding the university’s long-term financial sustainability. Lapovsky, who specializes in higher education finance consulting, will join...

Few departments feel effects of restructuring

JEAN-PAUL ARGUELLO Senior Staff Writer

January 13, 2010

Filed under Administration

Plans to restructure academic advising in the College of Social Sciences are evident in one department, but have not materialized into action in the rest of the college.    Luis Miron, dean of the College of Soci...

Beggars and ADG fraternities suspended in fall

By Eduardo Gonzalez, STAFF WRITER

June 16, 2009

Filed under Administration

The sun shone on underground pledging at the end of the spring semester resulting in the suspension of two fraternities.According to Chris Cameron, director of the Office of Co-Curricular Programs, both the Beggars and Alpha Del...

Column: Love is a necessary component for all facets of life

Jessica Murphy ON THE RECORD

June 16, 2009

Filed under Administration, Columns

This summer I went with a group of students to the National Jesuit Student Leadership Conference in Seattle.I had to leave on an earlier flight than the students, and was sitting at my gate looking over the tarmac when I began t...

Campus takes summer slumber

By Alex Davis, Maroon Editorial Intern

May 11, 2009

Filed under Administration, Features

In the week following graduation, the people walking around an otherwise abandoned campus are not at Loyola to take classes or sit through lectures-they are typically all business.The few people still haunting campus provide the li...

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