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Friday, September 21, 2018

Last Day to Withdraw (1st 8-Week Session)

Contact: Student Records · · 5048653237

Last Day to Withdraw (1st 8-Week Session)

Last Day for 50% Refund (LAW)

Contact: Student Records · · 5048653237

Connecting the Light

Contact: Karoline Schleh · · (504) 723-3088

Location: Collins C. Diboll Gallery, 4th Floor, Monroe Library

Exhibition runs until 11/25. Paintings and photographs by Erica Lambertson and Akasha Rabut. Erica and Akasha met in 2009 shortly after both artists found themselves living in New Orleans. They connected artistically through a mutual love and obsession for light and color. Through the years they have collaborated informally on many projects and taken a strong interest in each others work. The concept for this show came from a mutual admiration for each others work and an interest in further exploring the connection that happens naturally through an artistic friendship. Diboll Gallery hours: Mon- Sat 10-6pm

Skills Course - SKR4-092118: Professionalism in Practice

Time: 9 am to 12 pm

Contact: Hector Linares ·

Location: Law School Room 111

(Friday, September 21, 2018) (9:00am - 12:00 pm) (LS 111)
Sponsored by the LSBA Committee on the Profession, this course focuses on the practical aspects of professionalism and ethics. Students will watch short vignettes of professional and ethical dilemmas many new attorneys face. After each short presentation, experienced practitioners and judges will guide the discussion on how to best handle difficult situations. Many attorneys in the first five years of practice may not know how to handle certain situations. Through mentoring and experienced attorneys, this class will help you transition into practice. Come learn how to prevent ethical dilemmas and understand professionalism issues before such occur in real life.  There will also be a short presentation at the end of the discourse concerning the issues and solutions of law student debt. 

*Note: This course satisfies skills competency requirement 4) Law Office Management/Professionalism


(Dis)Respecting Sovereignty: US Interference in Central America and the Current Migration Crisis

Time: 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Contact: Dr. Sybol Anderson · · 504.865.2306

Location: Thomas Hall, Whitney Presentation Room

The Loyola Faculty and Staff Seminar Series “Encountering Heritage and History” presents ...

(Dis)Respecting Sovereignty? Diachronic Justice and the Migration Crisis 

Dr. Nathan Henne 

Coordinator of Latin American Studies

Friday, September 21, 2018

3:30-4:30 p.m.

Whitney Presentation Room, Thomas Hall

What is the history behind the specific conditions that cause so many Central Americans to risk everything—their lives included—to flee to the US?  Has the US really done a better job of creating good economic opportunities? Is there merit in allegations that the US has directly and indirectly violated the sovereignty of the countries of the “Triangulo del Norte” (Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras) to create the very conditions that force people to flee? Who is responsible for the current immigration crisis?

Dr. Nathan Henne connects the dots between repeated historical US interference in Central America and the current migration crisis.
All are welcome -- students especially! Refreshments will be provided. 

Sponsored by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion and Dept of Languages and Cultures


Loyola vs Bethel University (Volleyball)

Time: 6 pm to 8 pm

Contact: Garrett Lacour ·

Location: The Den, University Sports Complex

Loyola Volleyball Home Game (vs Bethel University)


These Shining Lives by Melanie Marnich

Time: 7:30 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Laura Hope · · (504) 865-3586

Location: Lower Depths Theater, 1st Floor, Comm./Music Complex

Cost: $10/$12 Get Tickets

Based on the true story of the four women who worked in a watch factory who used radium to paint glowing numbers on clock faces. Set in the 1920s, the story closely parallels a similar story of the women known as the “Radium Girls.”