Past News + Events

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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Loyola University New Orleans Statement on DACA Rescission

Loyola University New Orleans values diversity in all forms, and we welcome people of all backgrounds to our community.

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Prayers for Texas and Louisiana

Our thoughts and prayers go out today to the people of Southeast Texas, who so generously helped New Orleanians during our own time of need, opening their doors to strangers and providing love and assistance when so much seemed impossible.

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A Stand Against Hatred and Bigotry

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak to faculty and staff at our annual Convocation and shared what we all know to be true and feel all the more resolutely following this weekend’s horrific events in Charlottesville.

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Message from President Wildes to the Community

Dear Loyola community, parents, alumni, and friends, I have always believed that if a university president is going to create a meaningful and lasting legacy, that legacy needs to include leaving the university prepared to do well what it needs to do next.

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Celebrating the Feast of St. Ignatius

On the calendar of the Catholic church, today, July 31, is the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus and patron saint of our university. I wish each of you a happy and blessed feast day and ask you to remember Ignatius, whose life and spirituality shapes our university.

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Message from President Wildes on Executive Order on Immigration

As you are aware, on Friday, January 27, the White House issued an executive order that immediately suspended entry to the United States by citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen for at least 90 days and halted the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program for 120 days.

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