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July 11, 2014 Issue

The Maroon wins 7 awards from the Louisiana Press Association

The Loyola University New Orleans student-run newspaper, The Maroon, recently earned seven awards from the Louisiana Press Association, including first place honors in the student categories for Best Feature Story, Best Sports Story, Best Individual Editorial Cartoon and Best Overall Website.

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Research: Businesses need systematic method for workplace spirituality to fully reap positive benefits

In a recently published study, two Loyola University New Orleans researchers are touting the advantages of workplace spirituality.

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College of Law launching lawyer solo practice incubator program

The Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice will soon be training a new wave of solo practice lawyers equipped with the skills and real-world know-how to address the legal needs of poor or moderate-income individuals.

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Catholic Press Association awards first place to book co-written by Tom Ryan

Coming off last month’s recognition by TheBestSchools.org for its exemplary master’s programs and the highest honor from the National Conference for Catechetical Leadership, the accolades for Loyola University New Orleans’ Institute for Ministry continue.

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Loyola student artists show creative works in New Orleans gallery

Loyola University New Orleans painting students are putting their creative works on display this summer in an exhibition at the Second Story Co-Op Gallery at the New Orleans Healing Center located at 2372 St. Claude Ave. in New Orleans July 12 to Aug. 4.

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Student newspaper wins 6 state Associated Press awards

The Loyola University New Orleans student-run newspaper, The Maroon, won six college division honors from the Louisiana-Mississippi Associated Press Media Editors.

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Loyola brings beauty of music to babies in new Musikgarten August session

Loyola University New Orleans’ Musikgarten program is a fun and educational way to introduce young children from infants to age 5 to the beauty of music.

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New Loyola bookstore manager hired

Rachel S. Polk has joined Loyola University New Orleans as the new manager of the University Bookstore. Hailing from the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Polk opened the first multicultural bookstore on the Shore in 1991.

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