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York Road Collective

greyhoundnews April 30, 2014

On April 16th, Father Linnane and Mayor Rawlings-Blake announced the award of a contract to improve York Road, making it safer and cleaner for the Baltimore community.  This award was the final step concluding...

Miss America 2014, Nina Davuluri, featured as keynote speaker during APIA month

greyhoundnews April 15, 2014

On Tuesday, April 8, Nina Davuluri, Miss America 2014, graced Loyola with her presence. Davuluri, the first Indian-American winner of the Miss America crown, was on campus to be featured as the keynote...

Take Back the Night hosts Sexual Assault Awareness Week

greyhoundnews April 15, 2014

Sexual Assault Awareness Week ran from April 7 to April 10, including several lectures and programs aimed at engaging students throughout the week. Various events took place such as the “Teach-In on...

Project 43 allows UNITE members to foster skills in teaching in urban areas

greyhoundnews April 6, 2014

Urban Needs in Teacher Education (UNITE) is a national organization oriented around the preparation of future teachers. UNITE works to equip them with skills, knowledge  and experience to ensure what...

Spectrum promotes awareness of sexual and gender diversity on campus

greyhoundnews April 6, 2014

Beginning on Monday, March 31, and running through Friday, April 4, Spectrum at Loyola University Maryland hosted Sexual and Gender Diversity Awareness Week. On Monday Spectrum held two events. The first...

Phase II updates include new parking lot, ‘watch’ on grad programs, potential workforce reduction

greyhoundnews April 2, 2014

As part of A New Way of Proceeding, Loyola University’s Phase II process has been underway seeking to strengthen the University’s market competitiveness, identify new sources of revenue, reduce and...

Proposed Center for Inclusion and Equity reveals concerns about campus diversity

greyhoundnews April 2, 2014

While a variety of Phase II recommendations have been proposed over the past five months, few have elicited a stronger reaction from the student body than the potential creation of the Center for Inclusion...

Loyola Relay for Life celebrates fighting back for ten years

greyhoundnews April 2, 2014

Relay runs in the family for the Montani’s. Two years ago, Nick Montani co-chaired Relay for Life at Loyola. This year, his younger sister Marisa is at the helm. “My mom had breast cancer,” Marisa...

York Road Initiative offers local service opportunities to Loyola students

greyhoundnews March 30, 2014

Loyola students abandon their numerous homework assignments and extra curricular activities to travel around Baltimore, participating in service opportunities to aid those in need. One community service...

Presentation sheds light on the journey of mental illness sufferers

greyhoundnews March 30, 2014

On Monday, March 24 the National Alliance on Mental Illness presented "In Our Own Voice" in Knott Hall, sponsored by Active Minds. The presentation focused on the stories of people who suffer from mental...

Carlene Bauer, Loyola Alumnus Returns to Speak on Her Work

greyhoundnews March 27, 2014

On Wednesday, March 26, Carlene Bauer, who attended Loyola University Maryland for her undergraduate education returned to give a reading from her recently published book, “Frances and Bernard”. The...

SGA announces election winners

greyhoundnews March 17, 2014

On Friday, after a three-day voting window, SGA announced the results for the election of student body president, vice president of policy, vice president of social affairs, and presidents for each class...

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