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Week of Apr 15-21, 2018

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Monday 16 April

10th Annual Students Peace Conference - Public Health, Public Policy, and Victims

Time: 12:30 pm to 2 pm

Contact: Behrooz Moazami · moazami@loyno.edu

Location: Learning Lab

The university’s Tenth Annual Student Peace Conference is an opportunity for students and visitors to further community discussion about hope, renewal and global peace. Titled “Breaking Walls,” this year’s one-week event is expected to be the largest student peace conference ever held at this Jesuit, Catholic University.  The conference runs Tuesday, April 10 through Tuesday, April 17. All events will be held on Loyola’s main campus, 6363 St. Charles Ave. and are free and open to the public.

12:30-2 p.m. “Public Health, Public Policy, and Victims”

Learning Lab

Deanna Thabatah (Loyola University New Orleans): “Working in a Working in a Conflict Zone: The Devastating Disparities between the Israeli and Palestinian Healthcare Systems”

Margaux Schexnider (Loyola University New Orleans): “The Intersectionality of Domestic Violence”

Sarah DeMarais (Loyola University New Orleans): “Displaced Persons & Sacred Spaces: Catholic Sisters Respond to Crisis”

Claire McKenna (Loyola University New Orleans): “The Catonsville Nine: The Role of Civil Disobedience for Democracy during the Vietnam Era”

Madison O’Malley (Loyola University New Orleans): “Refugee Crisis throughout Modern American History”

Middle Eastern Refreshments will be served.

 

10th Annual Students Peace Conference -

Time: 4 pm to 5:30 pm

Contact: Behrooz Moazami · moazami@loyno.edu

Location: Miller Hall, Room 114

The university’s Tenth Annual Student Peace Conference is an opportunity for students and visitors to further community discussion about hope, renewal and global peace. Titled “Breaking Walls,” this year’s one-week event is expected to be the largest student peace conference ever held at this Jesuit, Catholic University.  The conference runs Tuesday, April 10 through Tuesday, April 17. All events will be held on Loyola’s main campus, 6363 St. Charles Ave. and are free and open to the public.

4 - 5:30 p.m. “Activism and the Female Experience”

Miller Hall, Room 114

 Ashana Bigard (women’s health advocate): “The Progressive - A voice for peace, social justice, and the common good!”

Katie Budge (representing the Sexism Project): “Interviews and portraits of real women in real industries experiencing real sexism”

 

Earth Week 2018

Time: 5 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Kimberly Kahn · kjkahn@loyno.edu · 5048652599

Location: Greenhouse, roof of Monroe Hall

Earth Week 2018 April 16th – 20th Hosted by Loyola University New Orleans’ Environment Program, Earth Week 2018 will teach community members to celebrate the environment, as well as how to protect and sustain it. Most events are free and open to the public. Free parking in the West Road garage for all Earth Week events.

The Greenhouse Gathering 
Greenhouse, Monroe Rooftop  5-9 pm

The Azby rooftop greenhouse facility along with the physics department observation deck will be the spot to be for an evening of exciting science exploration and campus vistas. The greenhouse rooms will be open for perusing the permanent collection of plants; from Arabica coffee shrubs to Venus fly traps, physics students and faculty will demonstrate the power of electricity and show you what's up...in the sky! There will also be live music from Loyola music students and food from La Monita.
 

Visit our website for more details: http://www.loyno.edu/earthweek  

10th Annual Students Peace Conference -Poetry Performance

Time: 5:45 pm to 6:45 am

Contact: Behrooz Moazami · moazami@loyno.edu

Location: Miller Hall, Room 114

The university’s Tenth Annual Student Peace Conference is an opportunity for students and visitors to further community discussion about hope, renewal and global peace. Titled “Breaking Walls,” this year’s one-week event is expected to be the largest student peace conference ever held at this Jesuit, Catholic University.  The conference runs Tuesday, April 10 through Tuesday, April 17. All events will be held on Loyola’s main campus, 6363 St. Charles Ave. and are free and open to the public.

5:45-6:45 p.m. Poetry Performance

Miller Hall, Room 114

Poets Andy Young and Zohreh Khaleghi

Live drummer Ayotemi

           

Refreshments will be served.

10th Annual Students Peace Conference - “Down and Dirty: A Grassroots Activist Panel”

Time: 7 pm to 12 am

Contact: Behrooz Moazami · moazami@loyno.edu

Location: Nunemaker Auditorium, 3rd Floor, Monroe Hall

The university’s Tenth Annual Student Peace Conference is an opportunity for students and visitors to further community discussion about hope, renewal and global peace. Titled “Breaking Walls,” this year’s one-week event is expected to be the largest student peace conference ever held at this Jesuit, Catholic University.  The conference runs Tuesday, April 10 through Tuesday, April 17. All events will be held on Loyola’s main campus, 6363 St. Charles Ave. and are free and open to the public.

7 - 9 p.m. “Down and Dirty: A Grassroots Activist Panel”

Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall

Angela Kinlaw: Take Em’ Down Nola - Take down all symbols of white supremacy. http://takeemdownnola.org/

            Steve McGee: RESULTS - the Power to end Poverty http://www.results.org/

Freedom Richardson: Indivisible - a progressive grassroots network of local groups to resist the Trump Agenda. httpsHYPERLINK "https://www.indivisible.org/":HYPERLINK "https://www.indivisible.org/"//www.indivisible.org/

Michael Esealuka: Female and Workers rights New Orleans Hospitality Workers Committee

 

Tuesday 17 April

Earth Week 2018

Time: 11 am to 9 pm

Contact: Kimberly Kahn · kjkahn@loyno.edu · 5048652599

Location: Peace Quad

Earth Week 2018 April 16th – 20th Hosted by Loyola University New Orleans’ Environment Program, Earth Week 2018 will teach community members to celebrate the environment, as well as how to protect and sustain it. Most events are free and open to the public. Free parking in the West Road garage for all Earth Week events.

Sodexo Farmers Market
Peace Quad  11 am-2 pm

 

  • Check out all the delicious fresh fruits and vegetables for sale at the Farmers Market. There will be fun games, prizes, and more. 

Boulder Lounge Rockwall Climbing 
New Orleans Boulder Lounge –Tchoup  5-9 pm
$10.00 fee with student ID for this event.
Shuttle from Loyola to Boulder Lounge at 5 pm.  RSVP @earthweekloyno

  • Enjoy Bouldering:What is bouldering?
    Bouldering is climbing at lower heights without a rope or harness. Our walls at NOBL range from
    12 feet – 14 feet with 12”-14” padded foam flooring beneath. Make sure to wear something comfortable that allows full range of motion. Please bring a water bottle so you can use the water machine without creating any waste!

Visit our website for more details: http://www.loyno.edu/earthweek  

 

Biology Research Seminar: Ecology of fishes and invertebrates in LA's offshore oil and gas platforms

Time: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm

Contact: Mona Wolfe · rkwolfe@loyno.edu · 504-865-2288

Location: Monroe Hall Room 152

Join us for a presentation given by David B. Reeves, M.S. entitled, "The ecology of fishes and invertebrates associated with Louisiana's offshore oil and gas platforms."

David B. Reeves graduated Loyola University New Orleans with a bachelor's degree in biological sciences in 2012 and is currently with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gulf Restoration Team, Lafayette, LA.

10th Annual Students Peace Conference - “Modernization and The Imagination”

Time: 2 pm to 3:30 pm

Contact: Behrooz Moazami · moazami@loyno.edu

Location: Monroe Library – Multimedia Room 2

The university’s Tenth Annual Student Peace Conference is an opportunity for students and visitors to further community discussion about hope, renewal and global peace. Titled “Breaking Walls,” this year’s one-week event is expected to be the largest student peace conference ever held at this Jesuit, Catholic University.  The conference runs Tuesday, April 10 through Tuesday, April 17. All events will be held on Loyola’s main campus, 6363 St. Charles Ave. and are free and open to the public.

2 - 3:30 p.m. “Modernization and The Imagination”

Monroe Library – Multimedia Room 2

Mallory Dickerson (Loyola University New Orleans): “The National Effort to Modernize Istanbul”

Thanh Mai (Loyola University New Orleans): “The Internet Imagined as a State of Nature”

Barron Burmaster, Yuichiro Oguma, Julia Houha, Huntington Harton (Loyola University New Orleans): “Game for Peace”

 

10th Annual Students Peace Conference - “Misconceptions of Cultural Idealism”

Time: 4 pm to 6 pm

Contact: Behrooz Moazami · moazami@loyno.edu

Location: Monroe Library – Multimedia Room 2

The university’s Tenth Annual Student Peace Conference is an opportunity for students and visitors to further community discussion about hope, renewal and global peace. Titled “Breaking Walls,” this year’s one-week event is expected to be the largest student peace conference ever held at this Jesuit, Catholic University.  The conference runs Tuesday, April 10 through Tuesday, April 17. All events will be held on Loyola’s main campus, 6363 St. Charles Ave. and are free and open to the public.

4 - 6 p.m. “Misconceptions of Cultural Idealism”

Monroe Library – Multimedia Room 2

Ember Jetter (Loyola University New Orleans): “Hostility & Hospitality in Israel”

Catherine van Es (University of Amsterdam): “Unveiling Empowerment”

Brittney Giardina (Loyola University New Orleans): “Culture Shock: The Cappella Palatina, Roger II, and Arguments on Irony”

Maddy Mulder (Loyola University New Orleans): “How the French Lycee System Became the Model for the Iranian Secondary Education System”

Madeline Fleming (Loyola University New Orleans): “Western Orientalist View vs. Reality: A Look at Harems and Temporary Marriage”

 

10th Annual Students Peace Conference - Presidential Lecture II

Time: 7 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Behrooz Moazami · moazami@loyno.edu

Location: Nunemaker Auditorium, 3rd Floor, Monroe Hall

The university’s Tenth Annual Student Peace Conference is an opportunity for students and visitors to further community discussion about hope, renewal and global peace. Titled “Breaking Walls,” this year’s one-week event is expected to be the largest student peace conference ever held at this Jesuit, Catholic University.  The conference runs Tuesday, April 10 through Tuesday, April 17. All events will be held on Loyola’s main campus, 6363 St. Charles Ave. and are free and open to the public.

7 - 9 p.m. Presidential Lecture II: "Early Modern Globalization Through a Jesuit Prism: Potential Lessons for our Global Age."

Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall

José Casanova: Professor of Sociology and Theology, and senior fellow at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs –Georgetown University

 

Wednesday 18 April

Earth Week 2018

Time: 10 am to 7:30 pm

Contact: Kimberly Kahn · kjkahn@loyno.edu · 5048652599

Location: Peace Quad & Monroe Hall

Earth Week 2018 April 16th – 20th Hosted by Loyola University New Orleans’ Environment Program, Earth Week 2018 will teach community members to celebrate the environment, as well as how to protect and sustain it. Most events are free and open to the public. Free parking in the West Road garage for all Earth Week events.

 

Multi-Faith Earth Celebrations & Meditations
Peace Quad, Monroe Lawn, Monroe Library  10 am-2 pm

 

Cosmic Walk
10:00 AM; 11:00 AM & 1:30 PM  (Arrive 5 minutes before start time.)
4th Floor Gallery Space, Monroe Library
Guided ritual on our human place in the universe with Sister Alison McCrary.

  • The Cosmic Walk: a guided walking meditation on our place in the universe, led by Sister Alison McCrary.
  • The Cosmic Walk is a ritual of bringing our knowledge of the 14-billion-year Universe process of evolution and creation unfolding from our heads to our hearts. The purpose of the Cosmic Walk Ritual is to awaken a deeper consciousness in the human of the amazing beauty and age of the unfolding life process of the Universe and to evoke a sense of mystery, awe, and reverence in the person who participates in this ritual. The spiral on the ground will take us on the 14 billion year cosmic and evolutionary journey with each instance of emergence in time marked at a proportionate distance along the length of the spiral. We will begin at the very center of the spiral, the Flaring Forth of the Universe itself and allow the Sacred Story to unfold before us through story, song, reflection, symbols, movement, and candles. If you would like to serve as the "walker" of the spiral or a reader, please arrive at least 10 minutes before the start of the ritual to receive instructions. After the ritual, time will be allocated for facilitated small group, large group, and private reflection and processing of the sacred universe story, how it impacts our lives and shapes our worldview, and what commitments we want to make as a result. 

Earth Meditations Ceremony
12:30 – 1:15 PM
Peace Quad
Followed by food and fellowship

Labyrinth
11:45 AM – 2:00 PM
Monroe Lawn
Self-guided labyrinth meditation.

  • Labyrinth walking: LABYRINTH HISTORY 
    The labyrinth is an ancient human symbol known to go back as least 3500 years. It is a form of reflection and prayer that has been rediscovered in recent years. A labyrinth is not a maze, but a walking meditation device with a single winding path from the edge to the center. The same path is used to return to the outside. 
    Combining a number of even older symbols, including the circle, spiral and meander, the labyrinth represents the journey inward to our own true selves and back out into the everyday world. 
     

Nature by Design
Critique Exhibition Space, Monroe 411  5:30-7:30 pm

  • Loyola’s Design Department are proud to be collaborating with the Environment Program for this year’s Earth Week 2018. From the 16th until the 20th of April, environmental-themed exhibition Nature By Design will be displayed on the Fourth Floor of Monroe Hall, with an Opening Reception on Wednesday the 18th from 5:30 until 7:30pm.

  • The exhibition features students from across the University and promises to showcase a broad range of dynamic and contemporary artwork celebrating the Natural World and our place within it.
     

Mirabeau Water Garden talk by Dr. Bob Thomas
Whitney Room, Thomas Hall  7-8:00 pm

  • Robert Thomas is Professor of Mass Communication at Loyola and holds the Distinguished Scholar Chair in Environmental Communications. He was Founding Director of the Louisiana Nature Center. He is recipient of numerous awards for his work in conservation and environmental education.

Visit our website for more details: http://www.loyno.edu/earthweek  

Thursday 19 April

Earth Week 2018

Time: 12 pm to 2 pm

Contact: Kimberly Kahn · kjkahn@loyno.edu · 5048652599

Location: Peace Quad

Earth Week 2018 April 16th – 20th Hosted by Loyola University New Orleans’ Environment Program, Earth Week 2018 will teach community members to celebrate the environment, as well as how to protect and sustain it. Most events are free and open to the public. Free parking in the West Road garage for all Earth Week events.

Arts & Crafts Featuring Bagel Boy 
Peace Quad  12-2 pm

 

Visit our website for more details: http://www.loyno.edu/earthweek  

Friday 20 April

Philosophy Department Senior Honors Thesis Presentations

Time: 4 pm to 8 pm

Contact: Crystal Ramey · cdramey@loyno.edu · 865-3940

Location: Multimedia Room 1, Monroe Library

Join the Philosophy Deparment to witness Senior Honors Thesis Presentations. Dinner will be provided. All Philosophy students are encouraged to attend. 

Senior Thesis Presentations:

Thanh Mai, "Women's Bodily Autonomy on the Net" (Advisor: Dr. Leonard Kahn)

Corina Lopez, "Disability Justice" (Advisor: Dr. Jonathan Peterson)

William J.B. Riley II, "Philosophy of Hope" (Advisor: Dr. Leonard Kahn)

Payten Parfait, "Legal Objectivity and teh Problem of Disagreement" (Advisor: Dr. Jonathan Peterson)

Please contact Crystal (cdramey@loyno.edu) with any questions.

Earth Week 2018

Time: 7 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Kimberly Kahn · kjkahn@loyno.edu · 5048652599

Location: Nunemaker Auditorium, 3rd Floor, Monroe Hall

Earth Week 2018 April 16th – 20th Hosted by Loyola University New Orleans’ Environment Program, Earth Week 2018 will teach community members to celebrate the environment, as well as how to protect and sustain it. Most events are free and open to the public. Free parking in the West Road garage for all Earth Week events.

 

Earth: How Do We Know What We Know About Our Planet
Join Dr. Jeffrey Cohen & Dr. Lindy Elkins-Tanton
Nunemaker Auditorium  7-9 pm, Book signing from 8:30 - 9 pm

 

  • On Friday April 20 at 7 pm, please join Jeffrey Jerome Cohen and Lindy Elkins-Tanton in a discussion of their book Earth, along with several Environmental Studies majors at Loyola. The authors—one a humanist, the other a scientist—will discuss matters of ecology, scale, perspective, disaster, space exploration, and the future of our planet. 

 

Visit our website for more details: http://www.loyno.edu/earthweek