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August 1, 2008 Issue

Loyola featured in Princeton Review's “The Best 368 Colleges”

Loyola University New Orleans is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. The New York-based education services company known for its test-prep courses features the college in the just-published 2009 edition of its annual book, “The Best 368 Colleges.”

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Science educators gather at Loyola to bring “green” to the classroom

Loyola University welcomes Louisiana high school and college teachers to campus this weekend as they participate in lectures and experiments aimed at introducing green chemistry principles to use in their classrooms.

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Loyola alumna leads volunteers to feed Iowa community coping with disaster

The last thing most Hurricane Katrina victims want to witness up close is another flood, but for a Loyola University mass communication graduate, it’s a chance to bring her disaster healing experiences across state lines.

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Brain drain is inspiration for mini-symposium today

A six-week program focusing on alleviating Hurricane Katrina’s “brain drain” in Louisiana concluded today with a mini-symposium featuring high school and undergraduate students describing the results of their collaborative research efforts with teachers.

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Jesuit Jubilee Celebration honors service of three at Loyola

The lives and works of several Jesuits of the New Orleans Province were recently honored at the Immaculate Conception Church during its Jesuit Jubilee Celebration. Among them were Loyola professors the Rev. Theodore Dziak, S.J., the Rev. James Carter, S.J., and the Rev. Leo Nicoll, S.J.

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Loyola men’s basketball best in NAIA academically, all athletic teams honored

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) honored each of Loyola University New Orleans six intercollegiate athletics teams with the men’s basketball team taking the top spot with the highest grade point average as NAIA Scholar Teams.

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Visual arts exhibitions by Barbara Brainard

Assistant professor of visual arts, Barbara Brainard, has or will have her work displayed in several locations over the next few months.

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