Week of Sep 4-10, 2016

Sunday 04 September

Meal Plan Change Period Ends

Contact: Arnetha · Torry · 504-865-2445

Location: All

Please contact Residential Life for more information 

Worldwide Suicide Prevention Week

Contact: Asia Wong · awong@loyno.edu

At Loyola, we are requesting that everyone leave a lighted tea candle (electronic) in their windows on Friday, September 9, to show their commitment to suicide prevention, to represent their support to persons who are suffering, and to mourn those lost to suicide. We will also be distributing information on how to recognize and help students at risk. If you wish to participate, please send an email with your name, building and office number to Asia Wong at awong@loyno.edu and a tea light will be delivered to your office.
 
Tea lights, magnets with the counselor on-call info and suicide prevention info cards are also being distributed to all on-campus residents. All first year students, and all on-campus upperclassmen are participating in Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention presentations with our Health Advocates, (a student-to-student peer educator program).
 
Other events/ways to help:
 
  • Take the pledge: Print out and sign this pledge to show your commitment to stopping suicide. Post it in your office. If you prefer to sign in-person, we will be at a table in the Danna Student Center September 6 - September 9.
     
  • Take Solace/Give Solace - September 6 - September 9, One Loyola Room, Danna Student Center, First Floor

    Open participation piece
    We encourage  members of the Loyola community to write or draw words or images of comfort, love, encouragement and solace for themselves and each other. What keeps you going? What do you wish you could say to help someone else? Post your words and images  to share with others, and feel free to take with you any pieces that resonate for you.
     
  • Post to your social media. We ask members of the Loyola community to send messages of support, hope, love, faith and encouragement,  as well as sharing resources and place to go for help, reasons to keep going, personal stories, how to get help and offers of help. #loynocares, @loynocares. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LoynoCompassions/

     
  • Participate in training on how to recognize and respond to students in distress. For more info contact Roger White (rwhite@loyno.edu) or Ross Matthews (rdmatthe@loyno.edu)
 
Questions? Need more resources? Visit the University Counseling Center website for more information.

Mass

Time: 9 pm to 10 pm

Contact: Ken Weber · kweber@loyno.edu · 5048653167

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

Student-oriented Mass.

Monday 05 September

Labor Day Holiday

Contact: Student Records · sturec@loyno.edu · 5048653237

Location: College of Law, Broadway Campus

Worldwide Suicide Prevention Week

Contact: Asia Wong · awong@loyno.edu

At Loyola, we are requesting that everyone leave a lighted tea candle (electronic) in their windows on Friday, September 9, to show their commitment to suicide prevention, to represent their support to persons who are suffering, and to mourn those lost to suicide. We will also be distributing information on how to recognize and help students at risk. If you wish to participate, please send an email with your name, building and office number to Asia Wong at awong@loyno.edu and a tea light will be delivered to your office.
 
Tea lights, magnets with the counselor on-call info and suicide prevention info cards are also being distributed to all on-campus residents. All first year students, and all on-campus upperclassmen are participating in Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention presentations with our Health Advocates, (a student-to-student peer educator program).
 
Other events/ways to help:
 
  • Take the pledge: Print out and sign this pledge to show your commitment to stopping suicide. Post it in your office. If you prefer to sign in-person, we will be at a table in the Danna Student Center September 6 - September 9.
     
  • Take Solace/Give Solace - September 6 - September 9, One Loyola Room, Danna Student Center, First Floor

    Open participation piece
    We encourage  members of the Loyola community to write or draw words or images of comfort, love, encouragement and solace for themselves and each other. What keeps you going? What do you wish you could say to help someone else? Post your words and images  to share with others, and feel free to take with you any pieces that resonate for you.
     
  • Post to your social media. We ask members of the Loyola community to send messages of support, hope, love, faith and encouragement,  as well as sharing resources and place to go for help, reasons to keep going, personal stories, how to get help and offers of help. #loynocares, @loynocares. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LoynoCompassions/

     
  • Participate in training on how to recognize and respond to students in distress. For more info contact Roger White (rwhite@loyno.edu) or Ross Matthews (rdmatthe@loyno.edu)
 
Questions? Need more resources? Visit the University Counseling Center website for more information.

Mass

Time: 9 pm to 9:30 pm

Contact: Ken Weber · kweber@loyno.edu · 5048653167

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

Tuesday 06 September

Worldwide Suicide Prevention Week

Contact: Asia Wong · awong@loyno.edu

At Loyola, we are requesting that everyone leave a lighted tea candle (electronic) in their windows on Friday, September 9, to show their commitment to suicide prevention, to represent their support to persons who are suffering, and to mourn those lost to suicide. We will also be distributing information on how to recognize and help students at risk. If you wish to participate, please send an email with your name, building and office number to Asia Wong at awong@loyno.edu and a tea light will be delivered to your office.
 
Tea lights, magnets with the counselor on-call info and suicide prevention info cards are also being distributed to all on-campus residents. All first year students, and all on-campus upperclassmen are participating in Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention presentations with our Health Advocates, (a student-to-student peer educator program).
 
Other events/ways to help:
 
  • Take the pledge: Print out and sign this pledge to show your commitment to stopping suicide. Post it in your office. If you prefer to sign in-person, we will be at a table in the Danna Student Center September 6 - September 9.
     
  • Take Solace/Give Solace - September 6 - September 9, One Loyola Room, Danna Student Center, First Floor

    Open participation piece
    We encourage  members of the Loyola community to write or draw words or images of comfort, love, encouragement and solace for themselves and each other. What keeps you going? What do you wish you could say to help someone else? Post your words and images  to share with others, and feel free to take with you any pieces that resonate for you.
     
  • Post to your social media. We ask members of the Loyola community to send messages of support, hope, love, faith and encouragement,  as well as sharing resources and place to go for help, reasons to keep going, personal stories, how to get help and offers of help. #loynocares, @loynocares. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LoynoCompassions/

     
  • Participate in training on how to recognize and respond to students in distress. For more info contact Roger White (rwhite@loyno.edu) or Ross Matthews (rdmatthe@loyno.edu)
 
Questions? Need more resources? Visit the University Counseling Center website for more information.

Alliance for Affordable Energy Information Table

Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

Contact: Elise Walter · ewalter@loyno.edu · 504-865-3860

Location: 1st Floor Danna Student Center

The Alliance for Affordable Energy will be on-campus recruiting for interns. Drop by their information table on the 1st Floor of the Danna Student Center to learn more about the organization, their opportunities, and the the best way to apply. 

The Alliance for Affordable Energy promotes fair, affordable, environmentally responsible energy. In order to achieve our mission, the Alliance has three programs: Clean EnergyConsumer Protection and Education, and Energy Efficiency. To learn more, visit their website: http://all4energy.org/ 

The Alliance for Affordable Energy will be on-campus recuiting for the following:
Communications Internship
Job Description:
 Maintain facebook and social media outlets. Update social media outlets with any energy policy updates. 
- Develop blog posts pertaining to current events (renewable energy, energy efficiency, consumer advocacy, etc.) 
- Attend community outreach events 
- Maintain Constant Contact software 
- Maintain media hits email account 
- Log media hits pertaining to AAE or energy efficiency news, save media hits as PDF documents in appropriate folders. 
- Outreach to AAE members about upcoming events, follow up with community members in regards to AAE events 
- Share AAE news with other non-profits and news outlets 
- Live tweet during LPSC and City Council meetings. 

Mass

Time: 12 pm to 12:30 pm

Contact: Ken Weber · kweber@loyno.edu · 5048653167

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

State of Diversity at Loyola

Time: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm

Contact: Liv Newman · lknewman@loyno.edu · 504-864-7045

Location: Multimedia Room 2, Monroe Library

This forum will provide students, staff, and faculty with information about diversity at Loyola. The Loyola community will have the opportunity to provde feedback about issues of concern and ideas for improving diversity and inclusion at Loyola.

Oral Arguments of the Louisiana Supreme Court

Time: 2 pm to 5 pm

Contact: Brian Bennett · bmbennet@loyno.edu · 504-861-5797

Location: College of Law, Broadway Campus

The Louisiana State Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Tuesday, September 6th from 2:00 PM until 5:00 PM at the College of Law in Room 308.  A reception will follow at 5 PM in room 343. The event is open to the public and students are encouraged to attend.  Book bags will not be allowed in the room.

Docket: https://www.lasc.org/docket/dockets/Sept2016.pdf

Master Class with Irini Kyriakidou, soprano

Time: 2 pm to 3 pm

Contact: Dreaux Montegut · dmontegu@loyno.edu · (504) 865-2361

Location: Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall, Loyola University New Orleans

Free and Open to Public.

Mass

Time: 9 pm to 9:30 pm

Contact: Ken Weber · kweber@loyno.edu · 5048653167

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

Wednesday 07 September

Worldwide Suicide Prevention Week

Contact: Asia Wong · awong@loyno.edu

At Loyola, we are requesting that everyone leave a lighted tea candle (electronic) in their windows on Friday, September 9, to show their commitment to suicide prevention, to represent their support to persons who are suffering, and to mourn those lost to suicide. We will also be distributing information on how to recognize and help students at risk. If you wish to participate, please send an email with your name, building and office number to Asia Wong at awong@loyno.edu and a tea light will be delivered to your office.
 
Tea lights, magnets with the counselor on-call info and suicide prevention info cards are also being distributed to all on-campus residents. All first year students, and all on-campus upperclassmen are participating in Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention presentations with our Health Advocates, (a student-to-student peer educator program).
 
Other events/ways to help:
 
  • Take the pledge: Print out and sign this pledge to show your commitment to stopping suicide. Post it in your office. If you prefer to sign in-person, we will be at a table in the Danna Student Center September 6 - September 9.
     
  • Take Solace/Give Solace - September 6 - September 9, One Loyola Room, Danna Student Center, First Floor

    Open participation piece
    We encourage  members of the Loyola community to write or draw words or images of comfort, love, encouragement and solace for themselves and each other. What keeps you going? What do you wish you could say to help someone else? Post your words and images  to share with others, and feel free to take with you any pieces that resonate for you.
     
  • Post to your social media. We ask members of the Loyola community to send messages of support, hope, love, faith and encouragement,  as well as sharing resources and place to go for help, reasons to keep going, personal stories, how to get help and offers of help. #loynocares, @loynocares. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LoynoCompassions/

     
  • Participate in training on how to recognize and respond to students in distress. For more info contact Roger White (rwhite@loyno.edu) or Ross Matthews (rdmatthe@loyno.edu)
 
Questions? Need more resources? Visit the University Counseling Center website for more information.

Mass

Time: 12 pm to 12:30 pm

Contact: Ken Weber · kweber@loyno.edu · 5048653167

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

Mass

Time: 9 pm to 9:30 pm

Contact: Ken Weber · kweber@loyno.edu · 5048653167

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

Thursday 08 September

Worldwide Suicide Prevention Week

Contact: Asia Wong · awong@loyno.edu

At Loyola, we are requesting that everyone leave a lighted tea candle (electronic) in their windows on Friday, September 9, to show their commitment to suicide prevention, to represent their support to persons who are suffering, and to mourn those lost to suicide. We will also be distributing information on how to recognize and help students at risk. If you wish to participate, please send an email with your name, building and office number to Asia Wong at awong@loyno.edu and a tea light will be delivered to your office.
 
Tea lights, magnets with the counselor on-call info and suicide prevention info cards are also being distributed to all on-campus residents. All first year students, and all on-campus upperclassmen are participating in Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention presentations with our Health Advocates, (a student-to-student peer educator program).
 
Other events/ways to help:
 
  • Take the pledge: Print out and sign this pledge to show your commitment to stopping suicide. Post it in your office. If you prefer to sign in-person, we will be at a table in the Danna Student Center September 6 - September 9.
     
  • Take Solace/Give Solace - September 6 - September 9, One Loyola Room, Danna Student Center, First Floor

    Open participation piece
    We encourage  members of the Loyola community to write or draw words or images of comfort, love, encouragement and solace for themselves and each other. What keeps you going? What do you wish you could say to help someone else? Post your words and images  to share with others, and feel free to take with you any pieces that resonate for you.
     
  • Post to your social media. We ask members of the Loyola community to send messages of support, hope, love, faith and encouragement,  as well as sharing resources and place to go for help, reasons to keep going, personal stories, how to get help and offers of help. #loynocares, @loynocares. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LoynoCompassions/

     
  • Participate in training on how to recognize and respond to students in distress. For more info contact Roger White (rwhite@loyno.edu) or Ross Matthews (rdmatthe@loyno.edu)
 
Questions? Need more resources? Visit the University Counseling Center website for more information.

Mass of the Holy Spirit

Time: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

Contact: Student Records · sturec@loyno.edu · 5048653237

Location: Holy Name of Jesus Church

Mass of the Holy Spirit:

11:00 AM Classes Canceled 

Waffle House Information Table

Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

Contact: Elise Walter · ewalter@loyno.edu · 504-865-3860

Location: 1st Floor Danna Student Center

Waffle House will be on campus recruiting for interns.  Drop by their information table on the 1st Floor of the Danna Student Center to learn more about the organization, their opportunities, and the best way to apply.‚Äč

Waffle House is recruiting for a Manager/Unit Manager Trainee

Law: Drop-in Thursdays-Career Development Office \\

Time: 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Contact: Diana Mercer · dmercer@loyno.edu · 504 861-5562

Location: LS 101-Career Development Office

Law: Drop-in Thursdays in the Career Development Office.

Master Class with Bryan Hymel, tenor

Time: 2 pm to 3 pm

Contact: Dreux Montegut · dmontegu@loyno.edu · (504) 865-2361

Location: Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall, Loyola University New Orleans

 Free and Open to Public 

Friday 09 September

Alpha Delta Gamma Reunion

Contact: Alumni Engagement · alumni@loyno.edu · 504-861-5454

Location: Loyola University New Orleans

 

Loyola Alumni Association

The message below is being sent to on behalf of the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Gamma Fraternity


ADG crest

Dear Brother,

“A brother helped by a brother is like a city walled.”  How can you forget those special words of our Alpha Delta Gamma National Prayer?

In recognition of the activation of our Epsilon Chapter, on September 10, 1932, we are celebrating a Founder’s Day Reunion on Friday, September 9 through Sunday, September 11, 2016 in New Orleans to reunite brothers from across the country and the world.  We are also planning to meet with the senior Loyola University leadership to start the steps to reactivate our Epsilon Chapter.   Finally, we are planning to honor our beloved National/Chapter Moderator and History Professor, Father Pillar.  ADG alumni contributed to the Reverend James J. Pillar, O.M.I., Distinguished Professor of History Chair that is proudly held by our own Epsilon Alumnus, Dr. David Moore.

Discounted hotel rooms are available at the Hilton New Orleans at 333 St. Charles Avenue at the special rate of $149.00/night.  Reservations must be made by August 22, to reserve a room call 504-378-2800 or go online here.  

Tentative Schedule
Friday, September 9
7:00 p.m. Social gatherings on Loyola’s campus in Miller Hall (rooms 112, 114, and 204)

Saturday, September 10
10:00 a.m. Morning gathering with Loyola administration, Miller Hall (room 114) Loyola senior leadership at Miller Hall Room 114

11:00 a.m. Campus Tour

Evening-Dinner at Epsilon Alumnus Robert LeBlanc's Cavan’s Bar and Restaurant at 3607 Magazine Street

Sunday, September 11
10:30 a.m. Holy Mass at Loyola in the St. Ignatius Chapel in Bobet Hall

11:30 a.m. Jazz Brunch at the Court of Two Sisters or 12:00 p.m. Jazz Brunch at Loyola

New Orleans Saints versus Oakland Raiders at the Superdome
*Pending ticket availability

Visit alumni.loyno.edu/ADG to learn more about the reunion, register to attend, and see who is attending. We would love to see every living Epsilon Alumni at the Founder’s Day Reunion.

 Fraternally,

The Founder’s Day Reunion Committee

Tommy DuBos
Bob Young        
Peppi Bruneau  
Jack Dardis       
Daryl Fletchinger    
Ely Elefante         
Mike Blackstock   

Register Now! 

Office of Alumni Engagement | 7214 St. Charles Avenue, Campus Box 909, New Orleans, LA. 70118
Phone: 504-861-5454 |  Fax: 504-861-5793  |  Email: alumni@loyno.edu

Privacy Policy  |  Email Preferences

Copyright © 1996-2016 Loyola University New Orleans

 

 

Worldwide Suicide Prevention Week

Contact: Asia Wong · awong@loyno.edu

At Loyola, we are requesting that everyone leave a lighted tea candle (electronic) in their windows on Friday, September 9, to show their commitment to suicide prevention, to represent their support to persons who are suffering, and to mourn those lost to suicide. We will also be distributing information on how to recognize and help students at risk. If you wish to participate, please send an email with your name, building and office number to Asia Wong at awong@loyno.edu and a tea light will be delivered to your office.
 
Tea lights, magnets with the counselor on-call info and suicide prevention info cards are also being distributed to all on-campus residents. All first year students, and all on-campus upperclassmen are participating in Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention presentations with our Health Advocates, (a student-to-student peer educator program).
 
Other events/ways to help:
 
  • Take the pledge: Print out and sign this pledge to show your commitment to stopping suicide. Post it in your office. If you prefer to sign in-person, we will be at a table in the Danna Student Center September 6 - September 9.
     
  • Take Solace/Give Solace - September 6 - September 9, One Loyola Room, Danna Student Center, First Floor

    Open participation piece
    We encourage  members of the Loyola community to write or draw words or images of comfort, love, encouragement and solace for themselves and each other. What keeps you going? What do you wish you could say to help someone else? Post your words and images  to share with others, and feel free to take with you any pieces that resonate for you.
     
  • Post to your social media. We ask members of the Loyola community to send messages of support, hope, love, faith and encouragement,  as well as sharing resources and place to go for help, reasons to keep going, personal stories, how to get help and offers of help. #loynocares, @loynocares. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LoynoCompassions/

     
  • Participate in training on how to recognize and respond to students in distress. For more info contact Roger White (rwhite@loyno.edu) or Ross Matthews (rdmatthe@loyno.edu)
 
Questions? Need more resources? Visit the University Counseling Center website for more information.

Mass

Time: 12 pm to 12:30 pm

Contact: Ken Weber · kweber@loyno.edu · 5048653167

Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall

Law Skills Class: SKL-SocJ-090916: Social Justice Lawyering

Time: 1 pm to 4 pm

Contact: Christine Cerniglia · cecernig@loyno.edu · 504-861-5560

Location: Law School - Room 111

SKL-SocJ-090916:  Social Justice Lawyering

Professor Bill Quigley and Sima Atri will introduce students to social justice lawyering from the movement perspective. In this interactive and participatory workshop, students will strengthen their understanding of how to work as community lawyers – lawyering collaboratively with organizers to build social and political movements that have the power to win. Students will explore the range of roles legal advocates play and the competing tradeoffs of varying approaches; identify the core strategies, tactics, and skills of movement legal work; share real stories of cases/campaigns and constructively reflect on challenges and opportunities; and discuss power & privilege and the importance of anti-oppression framework to movement legal work.

An Evening with Irini Kyriakidou

Time: 7:30 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Dreux Montegut · dmontegu@loyno.edu · (504) 865-2361

Location: Roussel Hall (corner of Calhoun St. and St. Charles Ave.)

Greek soprano Irini Kyriakidou continues to showcase her "sweet and virtuosic vocal talents" (The Observer) with opera companies and symphony orchestras throughout the United States and Europe. In the 2014/15 season, she appeared as Micaela in New Orleans Opera's production of Carmen, and made her debut with the Royal Opera House in Muscat, Oman for a special New Year's Eve concert featuring the Prague Philharmonia.

A native of Greece, Ms. Kyriakidou was seen as Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi and Zerlina in Don Giovanni with the Greek National Opera. A graduate of the International Opera Studio at Opernhaus Zürich, she performed as Pamina for the IOS production of Die Zauberflöte. Ms. Kyriakidou studied at the Maria Callas Conservatory of Athens under Marina Krilovici.

Free and Open to Public.

Saturday 10 September

Alpha Delta Gamma Reunion

Contact: Alumni Engagement · alumni@loyno.edu · 504-861-5454

Location: Loyola University New Orleans

 

Loyola Alumni Association

The message below is being sent to on behalf of the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Gamma Fraternity


ADG crest

Dear Brother,

“A brother helped by a brother is like a city walled.”  How can you forget those special words of our Alpha Delta Gamma National Prayer?

In recognition of the activation of our Epsilon Chapter, on September 10, 1932, we are celebrating a Founder’s Day Reunion on Friday, September 9 through Sunday, September 11, 2016 in New Orleans to reunite brothers from across the country and the world.  We are also planning to meet with the senior Loyola University leadership to start the steps to reactivate our Epsilon Chapter.   Finally, we are planning to honor our beloved National/Chapter Moderator and History Professor, Father Pillar.  ADG alumni contributed to the Reverend James J. Pillar, O.M.I., Distinguished Professor of History Chair that is proudly held by our own Epsilon Alumnus, Dr. David Moore.

Discounted hotel rooms are available at the Hilton New Orleans at 333 St. Charles Avenue at the special rate of $149.00/night.  Reservations must be made by August 22, to reserve a room call 504-378-2800 or go online here.  

Tentative Schedule
Friday, September 9
7:00 p.m. Social gatherings on Loyola’s campus in Miller Hall (rooms 112, 114, and 204)

Saturday, September 10
10:00 a.m. Morning gathering with Loyola administration, Miller Hall (room 114) Loyola senior leadership at Miller Hall Room 114

11:00 a.m. Campus Tour

Evening-Dinner at Epsilon Alumnus Robert LeBlanc's Cavan’s Bar and Restaurant at 3607 Magazine Street

Sunday, September 11
10:30 a.m. Holy Mass at Loyola in the St. Ignatius Chapel in Bobet Hall

11:30 a.m. Jazz Brunch at the Court of Two Sisters or 12:00 p.m. Jazz Brunch at Loyola

New Orleans Saints versus Oakland Raiders at the Superdome
*Pending ticket availability

Visit alumni.loyno.edu/ADG to learn more about the reunion, register to attend, and see who is attending. We would love to see every living Epsilon Alumni at the Founder’s Day Reunion.

 Fraternally,

The Founder’s Day Reunion Committee

Tommy DuBos
Bob Young        
Peppi Bruneau  
Jack Dardis       
Daryl Fletchinger    
Ely Elefante         
Mike Blackstock   

Register Now! 

Office of Alumni Engagement | 7214 St. Charles Avenue, Campus Box 909, New Orleans, LA. 70118
Phone: 504-861-5454 |  Fax: 504-861-5793  |  Email: alumni@loyno.edu

Privacy Policy  |  Email Preferences

Copyright © 1996-2016 Loyola University New Orleans

 

 

Worldwide Suicide Prevention Week

Contact: Asia Wong · awong@loyno.edu

At Loyola, we are requesting that everyone leave a lighted tea candle (electronic) in their windows on Friday, September 9, to show their commitment to suicide prevention, to represent their support to persons who are suffering, and to mourn those lost to suicide. We will also be distributing information on how to recognize and help students at risk. If you wish to participate, please send an email with your name, building and office number to Asia Wong at awong@loyno.edu and a tea light will be delivered to your office.
 
Tea lights, magnets with the counselor on-call info and suicide prevention info cards are also being distributed to all on-campus residents. All first year students, and all on-campus upperclassmen are participating in Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention presentations with our Health Advocates, (a student-to-student peer educator program).
 
Other events/ways to help:
 
  • Take the pledge: Print out and sign this pledge to show your commitment to stopping suicide. Post it in your office. If you prefer to sign in-person, we will be at a table in the Danna Student Center September 6 - September 9.
     
  • Take Solace/Give Solace - September 6 - September 9, One Loyola Room, Danna Student Center, First Floor

    Open participation piece
    We encourage  members of the Loyola community to write or draw words or images of comfort, love, encouragement and solace for themselves and each other. What keeps you going? What do you wish you could say to help someone else? Post your words and images  to share with others, and feel free to take with you any pieces that resonate for you.
     
  • Post to your social media. We ask members of the Loyola community to send messages of support, hope, love, faith and encouragement,  as well as sharing resources and place to go for help, reasons to keep going, personal stories, how to get help and offers of help. #loynocares, @loynocares. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LoynoCompassions/

     
  • Participate in training on how to recognize and respond to students in distress. For more info contact Roger White (rwhite@loyno.edu) or Ross Matthews (rdmatthe@loyno.edu)
 
Questions? Need more resources? Visit the University Counseling Center website for more information.

Faculty Chamber Concert

Time: 7:30 am to 9 pm

Contact: Flora Petterson · flpetter@loyno.edu · 3037

Location: Roussel Hall (corner of Calhoun St. and St. Charles Ave.)

An evening of Chamber Music by Loyola School of Music Faculty and Staff

Free and Open to the Public

All-State Honor Band Workshop

Time: 2 pm to 3 pm

Contact: Serena Weren · sweren@loyno.edu · (504)865-3037

Location: C/M Complex Room 240 (Band Room)

 Loyola University presents its annual workshop to help students prepare for the upcoming LA All-State Band Audition. The Loyola University Woodwind, Brass and Percussion Faculty will discuss practicing methods, breathing techniques, musical phrasing, and psychological preparation for auditions PLUS provide individual coaching for each instrument. The workshop is free and open to students of all ages.

Free and Open to the Public.