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The Rev. Fred Kammer, S.J., executive director of the Jesuit Social Research Institute at Loyola University New Orleans, delivers poignant and timely remarks to the Class of 2012.
The Jesuit Social Research Institute (JSRI) is celebrating its fifth anniversary, highlighting its many achievements as an advocate for change.
Ashley Shabankareh ’10, M.M. ’12, is working to preserve the history of New Orleans’ music while also inspiring the youth who will be its future.
Loyola alumni heed the call to service to help our neighbors in flood-devastated Baton Rouge.
The Charter School Movement has swept Orleans Parish in the past 10 years. But, contrary to popular opinion, it did not start post-Katrina.
A Renaissance Woman is someone with many talents and skills. The term feels like it was created specifically for Justice Jeannette Theriot Knoll ’66 (political science), J.D. ’69, of the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Loyola was the place where I met my lifelong partner and true love, my wife, Debb. It also provided the foundation upon which the rest of my life was built. Indeed the privilege of spending four formative years at Loyola has forged my beliefs and shaped the arc of my life. Loyola instilled in me the importance of the pursuit of excellence in all things, both great and small.
When Mark R. Shaw, J.D. ’90, decided to attend Loyola University College of Law, he originally considered becoming a first amendment lawyer but he probably never imagined that ultimately he’d land at a company with a fondness for hosting pajama days at the office.
Alumnus Ansel Augustine named director of Black Catholic Ministry.