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July 30, 2010 Issue

School of Nursing receives million dollar grant

The Loyola University New Orleans School of Nursing received a major boost this month, receiving over $1 million from the Health Resources and Services Administration for the implementation of the Doctor of Nursing Practice online program through 2013.

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Maroon adviser making news in the ring

Maroon adviser and journalism instructor Michael Giusti is spending his final days of the summer throwing punches and receiving a few in return in the boxing ring.

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Loyola students awarded Albert Schweitzer Fellowships

Loyola University New Orleans students Sareeca Hoskins and Jenipher R. Jones will receive 2010 Schweitzer Fellowships, according to the New Orleans chapter of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship and its partner, the Louisiana Public Health Institute.

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St. Iggy's Feast Day Celebration is Saturday

The Loyola University New Orleans Young Alumni Pack invites all alumni and friends to attend a mass in celebration of feast day of St. Ignatius Loyola.

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Dining Services partners with local company for Gulf Relief

Loyola University New Orleans’ Dining Services embarks on the new school year with new deals, meals and a philanthropic partnership.

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Loyola celebrates White Linen Night

Loyola joins the city as they celebrate art, music and a love for New Orleans through a White Linen Night after party for Loyola alumni and friends.

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Eastern Europeans dominate piano competition

Russian pianist Eduard Kunz walked away with a gold medal Sunday evening after winning the 22nd annual New Orleans International Piano Competition, hosted by Loyola University New Orleans.

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Vienna Calling: Loyola grad teaches law in Austria

Stuart H. Smith, J.D. ’86, a longtime Loyola supporter and environmental advocate, was a featured instructor at the Loyola University Summer International Environmental Law Program at the University of Vienna Law School.

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Rent-A-Text program pre-registration now available

Loyola University New Orleans will begin offering textbook rental services at the university bookstore this fall.

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Alumna named executive director of Louisiana Democratic Party

Renee Lapeyrolerie ’92, a Loyola University New Orleans School of Mass Communication graduate, was recently named the executive director for the Louisiana Democratic Party, becoming the first black woman ever to be named to the post.

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