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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.
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.
Alumna’s first book presents a humorous, helpful guide to acting like an adult even if you don’t feel like one.
A world at war disrupts a city and a basketball team on the rise.
A YouTube video on the NFL purse policy led to a whirlwind week.
For Greg Suire, communications ’92, baseball has always been an integral part of his life. He grew up playing the game and even went to Southwest Community College after he graduated high school just to play baseball. During his time at Southwest, however, he began to feel something was missing from his education. Suire had always wanted to attend a Catholic high school in Baton Rouge when he was younger, but he couldn’t get in. Still desiring a Catholic education while away at Southwest, Suire found the Jesuit ideals at Loyola University of New Orleans, as well as its communications program, appealing.
The Hon. Pascal F. Calogero, Jr., J.D. ’54, H’91, demonstrates a life of service to the legal community.
Alumni garner success as high-ranking members of the bench.