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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Loyola Get Fit Pledge

Contact: Megan Byas · mebyas@loyno.edu · 5048652589

Take the Loyola Get Fit Pledge this spring 2016 semester to make a commitment to a happier, healthier, more active you! The Get Fit pledge is a movement that begins in January and lasts all semester long. Find numerous ways in which you can participate in becoming more physically active. Whether you're a student, faculty, staff, or friend of the Loyola community, take this pledge to start your individual fitness journey today! 

Mass

Time: 12 pm to 12:30 pm

Contact: Ken Weber · kweber@loyno.edu · 504-865-3167

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

Daily Mass with a Jesuit priest.

Step-N-Tone

Time: 12 pm to 1 pm

Contact: Megan Byas · Mebyas@loyno.edu · 5048653622

Location: University Sports Complex/ Freret St. Parking Garage, Main Campus

Step-n-Tone is a one hour class that covers all the components of a complete workout – cardio, strength training, balance and flexibility.  And the step makes it easy for all levels to work out together from beginner to expert.  No judging here - come out for some faith, fun and fitness with friends!

Women on Weights: Body Weight Workouts 101 (Faculty & Staff Only)

Time: 5 pm to 6 pm

Contact: Megan Byas · mebyas@loyno.edu · (504)-865-3622

Location: University Sports Complex/ Freret St. Parking Garage, Main Campus

Women on Weights is  a weight training event that is focused on the empowerment and the importance of women working out!  A personal trainer explains and demonstrates basic weight training tips for women looking to learn more about fitness. Kick start the new year with learning body weight exercise that you can use to help you get going on your fitness journey!

Casting Call--Phaedra

Time: 5 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Dr. Jean Brager · jxbrager@loyno.edu · 865-3844

Location: Danna Student Center, Room A (basement)

The Department of Languages & Cultures in association with Francophilia Foundation and Les Tricolores French club presents

CASTING CALL

PHAEDRA A TRAGEDY BY JEAN RACINE Based on Euripides

Phaedra, wife of Theseus, King of Athens, is madly in love with her stepson, Hippolytus. Believing her spouse to have been slain, she declares her passion to the handsome prince. However, her confession is met with surprise and scorn: Hippolytus is in love with another. When Theseus unexpectedly returns, Phaedra realizes her fatal error. There ensues a series of dramatic events where neither the courage of the protagonists nor their desperate schemes can save them from the destructive wrath of the gods.

AUDITIONS: Wednesday, February 17 (5-9pm)

Auditionees are expected to prepare a 1-2 minute monologue. They will also be asked to read from the script and improvise on given themes. All types of actors are welcome.

Auditions will be conducted in Room A (inside art gallery across Satchmo’s, basement of Danna Center).

RUN DATES: April 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 @7:30PM on Loyola Campus

REHEARSALS WILL START AFTER MARDI GRAS ON FEBRUARY 19. NO REHEARSALS DURING SPRING BREAK.

For further information, please email director Dr. Brager at jxbrager@loyno.edu

MERCI BEAUCOUP FOR YOUR TALENT!

Town Hall Campus Safety Meeting

Time: 5 pm to 6:30 pm

Contact: Cissy Petty · mlpetty@loyno.edu

Location: St. Charles Room, 1st Floor, Danna Student Center

The New Orleans Police Department, Loyola University Police Department, and the Tulane University Police Department will join forces to discuss campus safety with the Loyola community. We hope you will join us for this important town hall meeting.

Yoga (Iyengar)

Time: 5:15 pm to 6:45 pm

Contact: Megan Byas · mebyas@loyno.edu · 5048653622

Location: University Sports Complex/ Freret St. Parking Garage, Main Campus

A form of Hatha Yoga, Iyengar Yoga focuses on the structural alignment of the body through the practice of asanas, or poses. The aim is to unite the body, mind and spirit for health and well-being. Yoga increases strength, balance, and flexibility, and can be done by anyone of any age or body type.  This is a progressive class, in that we will add more advanced poses over time.  This is a Level I-II Class that can benefit beginners as well as yoga practitioners at all levels.

Zumba

Time: 7 pm to 8 pm

Contact: Megan Byas · mebyas@loyno.edu · 5048653622

Location: University Sports Complex/ Freret St. Parking Garage, Main Campus

Unleash your inner dance star with this fun class! Featuring beat music and high-energy moves that will get you moving and keep you fit!

Lenten Series 2016: The Year of Mercy

Time: 7 pm to 8:30 pm

Contact: Eric Walsh · univchap@loyno.edu · x2304

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

Join us for our first Lenten Series lecture by Fr. Fred Kammer, SJ, who will present "Joy of the Gospel" on Wednesday, February 17.  Fr Kammer is the Director of the Jesuit Social Research Institute (JSRI).  Refreshments will be provided.

Human Sacrifice On The North Coast Of Peru: Recent Discoveries Pose New Questions

Time: 8 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Connie Rodriguez, PhD · rodrigue@loyno.edu · 865-2287

Location: Whitney Bank Presentation Room

A Lecture by
Dr. John Verano
Department of Anthropology
Tulane University

Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Whitney Bank Presentation Room
Thomas Hall
8 pm
free admission and free parking on campus

Co-sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the Department of Classical Studies and the New Orleans Society of the Archaeological Institute of America

A number of discoveries of human sacrifices have been made in northern coastal Peru over the past decade.  Nearly every new case calls into question previous models that have attempted to characterize and interpret ritual killing in Pre-Columbian Peru.  With this growing sample we are seeing increasing variability in the demographic profile of victims, the ways in which they were sacrificed, and the location and manner in which their bodies were buried.  Dividing lines between traditional categories such as executed captives, retainer and dedicatory burials, and ritual offerings are becoming blurred as new discoveries are made.  Careful contextual and bioarchaeological examination of these assemblages is required if we are to make some sense of this growing corpus of data. 


This presentation will draw on data collected during more than twenty five years of excavation and analysis of sacrificial sites on the north coast of Peru.  While some contexts include only small numbers of victims, others involve more than a hundred individuals.  One such sacrificial site at which excavation was recently conducted is the largest child and camelid sacrifice known from the New World.  Made by the Chimú State about six hundred years ago, it provides a unique window into a previously unknown form of mass offering,.  The ways in which it is similar to other north coast sacrifices and the ways in which it is unique will be explored, with a focus on new analytical methods in stable isotope geochemistry and ancient DNA analysis that may provide insight into the identities and origins of the sacrificial victims.
 

Loyola Institute for Ministry - Webinar - A Jew with and for the Jesuits

Time: 8 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Tom Ryan, Ph.D. · tfryan@loyno.edu · (504) 865-2069

Location: Online

http://lim.loyno.edu/webinars

Naomi Yavneh Klos, Ph.D.

Director, University Honors Program, Loyola University New Orleans presents: A Jew with and for the Jesuits. 

Mass

Time: 9 pm to 9:30 pm

Contact: Ken Weber · kweber@loyno.edu · 504-865-3167

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

Daily Mass with a Jesuit.