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Alumni

Singing with a Purpose: Alumni Celebrate the Legacy of Ellen and Philip Frohnmayer

Alumni and friends came together to honor beloved faculty members Ellen and Philip Frohnmayer.

Reflections on Havana, Cuba

Alumnus Donald Jansen ’61, J.D. ’63 recounts his trip to Cuba.

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.

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.

Arts

Don't Stop the Music

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.

Holding Court

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.

Family, Music, and Unyielding Faith

Music alumna Simonia E. Milton, M.M.E. ’00, and her husband, Archie K. Milton, have achieved success in music education, production, and ministry thanks to love, respect, hard work, and determination.

Athletics

A Slam-Dunk Program

Wolf Pack Basketball has a right future and a proud history. Outsiders, and even some alumni, may not view Loyola as a school with a legendary basketball tradition. But the truth is the Wolf Pack has a rich roundball story, including a national championship, an upset over the fifth-ranked team in the country, and a coach who’s recently become the winningest in school history.