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Business

Some Like it Hot!

Alumni Alvin A. Baumer, Jr. ’75 and David O. Figueroa, Jr. ’94 are bringing flavor and heat to the hot sauce industry.

A Lifetime of Investments Enhances College of Business Finance Program

A generous gift by business alumnus Carlos Ayala ’57 enhances the College of Business.

It's a Family Affair

The Rivera brothers are a united family. So united, that all four graduated with degrees in business from Loyola.

Bringing an International Perspective to the College of Business

Dr. Jeffrey Krug has not only brought extensive teaching experience with him to the College of Business, but his strong work ethic is proving to be an invaluable asset as well.

Loyola Brings Angel Investors to Campus

An opportunity for students to put into practice what they have learned in the classroom came about when South Coast Angel Fund Managing Director and Loyola graduate Clayton White ’78, M.B.A. ’93, J.D. ’07 approached the College of Business with an appealing idea.

Community Engagement

On A Mission

The Office of Mission and Ministry aims to get high school students engaged in community service, scripture, and care for the environment.

Leading With Faith

Alumnus Ansel Augustine named director of Black Catholic Ministry.

Modern Slavery Research Project Calls Loyola Home

A team of professors and students is actively collaborating on citywide efforts to combat human trafficking in New Orleans.

Intern It Up

Loyola students tackle internships and other life-changing opportunities that offer a wealth of real-life experience.

When the Party Is Over

After more than a year of planning and partying in New Orleans and throughout the country, Loyola University New Orleans’ centennial celebration has come to an end—but not without a few lessons learned along the way. What was originally conceived as a means of highlighting the university’s achievements (and there have been many) for the past 100 years became something far more for everyone involved.