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October 28, 2014 Issue

Jesuit values come to life at Loyola Week 2014

Loyola University New Orleans� Office of Mission and Ministry will host Loyola Week from Sunday, Nov. 2 to Friday, Nov. 7. The week of events celebrating Loyola�s Jesuit history and values kicks off Sunday with a window painting contest and outdoor mass in the Marquette Horseshoe. Other events include a dinner with the Jesuits, an Ignatian Carnival and a special presentation by former New Orleans Police Department superintendent and Loyola professor Ronal Serpas, Ph.D., who will lead a discussion on the prevention of police brutality. All events are free and open to the public.

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Like show tunes? Loyola presents Broadway-style musical complete with live band

Featuring classic show tunes from Broadway hits such as “Chicago” to “Cabaret” and beyond, Loyola University New Orleans presents “The World Goes ‘Round”—a musical revue of the songs of Broadway's greatest storytellers, John Kander and Fred Ebb. “The World Goes ‘Round” will run Nov. 7, 8, 13, 14 and 15 at 7:30 p.m. as well as Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. in the Marquette Theater at Loyola, located in the lower level of Marquette Hall on the university’s main campus. Tickets, available now online, are $12 for general admission and $8 for students, seniors and Loyola faculty/staff.

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Local TV legends to judge New Orleans-themed spelling bee

You may be able to recognize Tchoupitoulas Street, but can you spell it? Find out as Loyola University New Orleans' School of Mass Communication hosts its first-ever New Orleans-themed spelling bee, with retired TV anchors Norman Robinson and Dennis Woltering as the judges Thursday, Nov. 6. The idea for a college-level spelling bee actually came from Loyola senior and Radio Television Digital News Association chapter president Lucy Dieckhaus as a fundraiser for the student organization.

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New Orleans donor issues $100,000 challenge for Loyola's historic Faith in the Future campaign

On the heels of Loyola University New Orleans’ recently launched $100 million Faith in the Future campaign—the largest campaign in the university’s history—one local donor is issuing a personal challenge to fund scholarships for the next generation of New Orleans lawyers and other legal professionals. Community activist Anne Gauthier has committed to giving $100,000 to the Loyola College of Law if 200 law alumni join her as donors before Dec. 31.

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