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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Institutional Advancement Events

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Los Angeles/Orange County Alumni Chapter: Wolves on the Prowl

Time: 2 pm to 3:30 pm

Contact: Samuel L. Bradley, Jr. · sbradley@loyno.edu · 504.861.5454

Location: American Red Cross

Wolves on the Prowl 2015

Los Angeles Wolves on the Prowl
Loyola's National Day of Service

In the Jesuit tradition, Loyola University New Orleans strives to develop individuals who dedicate their lives to service for others. Each year, hundreds of alumni and students participate in Loyola's National Day of Community Service, Wolves on the Prowl. The Los Angeles Chapter will be serving the American Red Cross.

American Red Cross
Sunday, November 15th
2:00p.m. - 3:30p.m.

The Los Angeles Chapter will partner with the American Red Cross for Holiday Mail for Heroes on Sunday, November 15th. We are inviting the Loyola community to join us as we sign cards of thanks, encouragement and holiday cheer to members of our U.S. Armed Forces, veterans and military families, many of whom will be far away from home this holiday season.

Sign up to serve!

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Sea of Sounds: A Voyage through Greek and Eastern Mediterranean Musical Traditions

Time: 6:30 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Maggie Maag · hmaag@cox.net · 504-282-0259

Location: Nunemaker Auditorium, 3rd Floor, Monroe Hall

This fascinating concert will explore the rich musical heritage of Greece, Byzantium, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean featuring music that will enrich understanding of these musical traditions. Included is Nightingales of Anatolia, an early 17th century song that is transcribed from codex 1203 of the Holy Monastery of Iviron, and codex 322 of Xiopotamou, both monasteries of Mount Athos.

The free concert is presented by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral of New Orleans Education, Culutre & Youth Committee and the Archives Committee.