Past News + Events

Tree of Life

Our hearts hurt. For the dead and the injured and their loved ones. For every Jewish parent who had to find the words this weekend to reveal this horror to their children. For every person who bravely lives their faith even in the face of hatred and violence.

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Take Back the Night

Tonight, for the 27th consecutive year, Loyola University New Orleans will come together with other local universities in the crusade to end sexual violence. I hope you’ll join me for Take Back the Night, tonight, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018 at 5:45 p.m. in front of the Marquette Building.

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President Tetlow meets with Local Business Leaders

Loyola University New Orleans President Tania Tetlow joined local business leaders on Thursday, Sept. 6 for a meeting downtown with Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards

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Introducing our New Chief of Staff

The role of chief of staff can mean many things. When I myself held that title, my job was to serve as a key strategic adviser to the president, a right hand who helped him gather information to make the best decisions.

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Mass of the Holy Spirit

I hope you will join me tomorrow at the Mass of the Holy Spirit, at 12:30 p.m., (instead of the usual 11:30 a.m.) at Holy Name of Jesus Church. I have heard for years about how moving and exciting our students have made this celebration and cannot wait to see my first one.

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On this Day

I want to say a few words about today, August 29. Thirteen years ago, we lost people we loved, we lost our homes, and we lost our sense of security. We endured weeks and months, and ultimately, years of uncertainty.

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Loyola University New Orleans Issues Statement on Separation of Migrant Children and Families

Today, on World Refugee Day 2018, Loyola University New Orleans President the Rev. Kevin Wm. Wildes, S.J., Ph.D. has issued a statement in response to the nation’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy.

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Statement of Loyola University New Orleans on the Crisis in Nicaragua

Peaceful demonstrations by Nicaraguans seeking democracy, liberty, justice, and other basic human rights have resulted in the use of force by police and pro-government forces.

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