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Loyola Greysounds Spring Concert 2023

Loyola Greysounds Spring Concert 2023

Jess Lelli May 16, 2023

    The event was held on Monday, May 1, at the McManus Theater.  

Meet Loyola’s 25th president: Terrence Sawyer discusses the university’s past, present, and future with The Greyhound

Meet Loyola’s 25th president: Terrence Sawyer discusses the university’s past, present, and future with The Greyhound

April Hartman November 19, 2021

Earlier this month, April Hartman ‘23, news editor at The Greyhound, interviewed Loyola’s incoming president, Terrence Sawyer. The highlights of their discussion are shared below. Q. I’ll start...

“Addressing the System” draws attention to recent business pitch by Loyola students

“Addressing the System” draws attention to recent business pitch by Loyola students

April Hartman March 23, 2021

On March 22, Addressing the System, a campus initiative to spark conversations about racial injustice and issues of oppression, shared two posts on their Instagram account about a pitch video for the...

President Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J. to retire at the close of the 2021-22 academic year

President Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J. to retire at the close of the 2021-22 academic year

April Hartman February 11, 2021

On Feb. 11, President Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J., announced his decision to retire at the close of the 2021-22 academic year via email. Linnane said:  “Jesuits make decisions through reflection...

Remote learning at Loyola: a recap of the universitys town hall for first-year students

Remote learning at Loyola: a recap of the university’s town hall for first-year students

April Hartman August 18, 2020

On Aug. 17, first-year students and their families were invited to a virtual Town Hall addressing the upcoming, remote Loyola experience. The meeting, held via Zoom and hosted by vice president Terry...

CEIO makes statement on equity, inclusion, and social justice at Loyola

CEIO makes statement on equity, inclusion, and social justice at Loyola

April Hartman June 11, 2020

On June 10, Loyola’s current and first chief equity and inclusion officer, Dr. Cheryl Moore-Thomas, sent an email to the Loyola community. The email addressed Loyola’s commitment to equity, inclusion,...

The Office of Student Life sends final update on residence hall move-out

The Office of Student Life sends final update on residence hall move-out

April Hartman May 26, 2020

On May 26, the Office of Student Life sent an email to Loyola students addressing the status of the move-out timeline. The email, written by the associate director of Student Life, Tim Cherney, also shared...

Exploring Baltimore, Thanks to Messina

Exploring Baltimore, Thanks to Messina

April Hartman February 11, 2020

Messina is Loyola University Maryland’s living-learning experience for all first-year students. From interesting classes organized by theme to pairing students with caring professors and mentors,...

Students should try these meals with their families this holiday season

Students should try these meals with their families this holiday season

April Hartman December 5, 2019

Well, folks, it’s that time of year again. The days get dark faster, the temperatures drop lower, and everyone gets a much-needed break from coursework. Whether you plan to go home for the holidays...

Book Festival and Light City bring new joy to Loyola students

Book Festival and Light City bring new joy to Loyola students

April Hartman November 12, 2019

For students living in Baltimore, the city and all its charms inevitably become part of our experience. From restaurants and the historical landmarks, to Orioles and Ravens games, there is so much to...

Why so serious? Thoughts on Joker concept

Why so serious? Thoughts on “Joker” concept

April Hartman October 23, 2019

Studies show most Americans agree: clowns are no laughing matter. Is it the way they smile too wide, or the abnormal makeup they show-off, or maybe the shoes that are just too big? Whatever it is, the...

In this July 17, 2019, photo, President Donald Trump arrives to speak at a campaign rally at Williams Arena in Greenville, N.C. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Impeachment of Donald Trump to Begin

April Hartman October 16, 2019

On Sept. 24, the speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, announced the start of a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. Naturally, “impeachment” and...

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