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Father Linnane addresses Loyola community for first time since Sabbatical

Father Linnane addresses Loyola community for first time since Sabbatical

Emily Lazration February 15, 2016

Father Linnane, S.J., addressed the Loyola community Friday, Feb. 12 in his first speech since returning from his six-month sabbatical in London, England. His speech focused on re-connecting and deepening...

National Aquarium to bring the show outdoors by 2019

National Aquarium to bring the show outdoors by 2019

Emily Lazration February 7, 2016

The National Aquarium in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is planning an outdoor exhibit to help revitalize the popular tourist destination. According to CBS Baltimore, the project involves building a wetland...

Maj. Gen. Linda Singh Speaks on What It Means to be a Leader

Emily Lazration November 20, 2015

Photo courtesy of Maryland National Guard Major General Linda Singh, Adjutant General of the Maryland National Guard, came to Loyola on Tuesday, Nov.17 during Leadership Week for her lecture “Being...

Johns Hopkins University reviews honorary degree given to Bill Cosby

Emily Lazration November 8, 2015

Comedian Bill Cosby was given an honorary degree from Johns Hopkins University in 2004, but now in light of the multiple allegations of sexual assault by Cosby, the university is under pressure to revoke...

Womens Center Spreads Education For National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Women’s Center Spreads Education For National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Emily Lazration November 2, 2015

Photo courtesy of Megan Long/Flickr October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Loyola’s Women’s Center is focusing its efforts on increasing awareness around this important topic. Melissa...

O’Malley Criticizes Clinton’s Approach to Syria

O’Malley Criticizes Clinton’s Approach to Syria

Emily Lazration October 15, 2015

Presidential candidate and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is making a strategic break from fellow candidate Hillary Clinton in the lead up to the presidential race. O’Malley publicly stated...

Daoud Nassar Speaks on the Struggle for Peace and Justice in Palestine

Emily Lazration October 8, 2015

“Walls, lines, fences, borders/ All projects of separation,/Not communications, nor love,/ nor reconciliations./ Lie, surrounding our vision/ With distinction, deeply/ Embedded by history,” are the...

President Putin and President Obama butt heads at UN assembly

Emily Lazration October 4, 2015

Monday was the 70th anniversary of the creation of the United Nations, and to mark the occasion Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the General Assembly for the first time in more than a decade....

Support for Iranian Nuclear Deal Grows

Emily Lazration September 11, 2015

On Tuesday, September 8, Democrats won a small victory in the U.S. Senate. Forty-one democratic senators have now openly declared their support for the Iranian Nuclear Deal, which will block the Republicans...

European migrant crisis continues

Emily Lazration September 4, 2015

For years Europe has been on the brink of a migrant crisis, and surges in refugees entering the eurozone, a collection of the European Union (EU) states that use the euro, is putting a lot of pressure...

Devastation in Nepal

Devastation in Nepal

Emily Lazration April 27, 2015

Chaotic, winding, dirt roads filled with pedestrians, motorcycles and cows; every shop door decorated with marigolds; lines of brightly colored prayer flags connecting every building; an atmosphere of...

Iranian Nuclear Deal

Iranian Nuclear Deal

Emily Lazration April 15, 2015

After months of negotiations, a preliminary agreement between the U.S., Iran and five other world powers has been reached regarding the future of Iran’s nuclear program. A deadline of June 30 has been...

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