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H1N1 plan of action in the works

JEAN-PAUL ARGUELLO Assistant News Editor

August 26, 2009


Filed under News

Since the first Louisiana death of a 21-year-old woman due to complications from the H1N1 flu was confirmed in the New Orleans area earlier this month, Loyola is taking extra precautions.The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals announced Aug. 24 there are 506 confirmed cases in the state. With pre...

New co-curricular leader to advise SGA

New co-curricular leader to advise SGA

JOHN ADAMS Senior Staff Writer

August 26, 2009


Filed under Administration, News

With a new school year comes some new faces.This year Associate Director of Co-Curricular Activities David Gunn will be the new adviser for the Student Government Association ending Director of Co-Curricular Activities Chris Cameron's 10-year reign as adviser.Gunn, a Louisiana native, believes his c...

Undergrad interest unparalled

EDUARDO GONZALES Senior Staff Writer

August 26, 2009


Filed under News

The Rev. Kevin Wildes, S.J., university president, took the podium as he spoke at this year's faculty and staff convocation, while looking towards the future regarding plans to continue to grow and improve after Hurricane Katrina.The main topics of his speech were the increase in freshman applications received...

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 Delta Gamma fraternities have been suspended from campus for the fall semester....

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 to think about the conference and the conversations had there.I realized it was ...

Institute offers new perspective

Institute offers new perspective

By ALEX ACKEL, CONTRIBUTING WRITER

June 16, 2009


Filed under Academic, Christianity

Loyola was selected to host the introduction of the first Jesuit Summer Institute for Advanced Studies.A joint educational venture between Loyola's own honors program and that of Jesuit universities across the country.On Saturday, May 30, 28 undergraduate students from 15 different Jesuit Universities arr...

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 life support for the university during the limbo between graduation and...

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September 14, 2008


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September 14, 2008


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