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CCSJ Partners with Community Activists for Death of Innocence Forum and Fair

CCSJ Partners with Community Activists for Death of Innocence Forum and Fair

Rory Durso February 13, 2024

Members of the Baltimore community came to Loyola to discuss the mistreatment of young people in America in partnership with Loyola’s Center for Community Service and Justice. On Feb. 1, students and...

What’s Next? Legal Expert Elie Mystal Discusses the Constitutional Right to Privacy and the Future of Personal Rights

What’s Next? Legal Expert Elie Mystal Discusses the Constitutional Right to Privacy and the Future of Personal Rights

Jeremy Ahearn November 4, 2022

McGuire Hall was standing-room only to hear Elie Mystal speak about what he views as increasing government infringement on personal liberties. Spurred by the recent Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson,...

Student Political Action Groups Prepare Students for the Midterm Election

Student Political Action Groups Prepare Students for the Midterm Election

Katie Roessel November 3, 2022

The midterm elections are coming up this Tuesday, Nov. 8, and campus political organizations have been working to encourage Loyola students to vote.  Jake Taylor ’25 is the president of the Loyola...

Harvard Political Scientists Deliver Loyolas Annual Hanway Lecture on How Democracies Die

Harvard Political Scientists Deliver Loyola’s Annual Hanway Lecture on “How Democracies Die”

Eli Falconer and Erin Altenbach November 3, 2022

On Oct. 27, Loyola University Maryland held its annual Hanway Lecture in Global Studies in McGuire Hall, giving students, faculty, staff, parents, and community members a chance to hear insights from Steven...

Greyhound Voting Guide: What You Need to Know if You Want to Vote but Haven’t Registered

Greyhound Voting Guide: What You Need to Know if You Want to Vote but Haven’t Registered

Katie Roessel October 28, 2022

The midterm elections are coming up on Nov. 8. This voting guide outlines the voting options and deadlines for various states. If your state is not listed, or if you want more information, check out LoyolaVotes,...

Voting during a pandemic: COVID-19 and the presidential election

Voting during a pandemic: COVID-19 and the presidential election

Mitchell Bardsley November 3, 2020

Today, the United States is prepared to have one of the most eccentric election days in national history. As of Nov. 2, nearly 100 million early votes have already been counted— more than 90% of the...

Dr. Carranza Ko speaks on genocide in Peru in her cultural event lecture

Dr. Carranza Ko speaks on genocide in Peru in her cultural event lecture

Mitchell Bardsley October 5, 2020

On Oct. 1, students were able to participate in a Zoom webinar concerning political turmoil in Peru. The lecture was hosted by Dr. Ñusta Carranza Ko, an associate professor from the School of Public...

Equity and education in (New) America

Equity and education in (New) America

Anjali Chanda February 16, 2020

On Thursday, Feb. 7, think tank New America held its Equity and Education conference in Washington, D.C. to discuss America’s education system and how educators across the country are working towards...

SGA Releases 2019 Fall General Election Results

SGA Releases 2019 Fall General Election Results

Stefan Joyce October 9, 2019

On Oct. 8, Student Government Association (SGA) released its 2019 Fall Election Results. The annual Fall Election aims to engage First Years and fill any vacant seats in Student Government Association.  The...

White House Correspondent April Ryan talks politics, importance of news at 29th Caulfield Lecture

White House Correspondent April Ryan talks politics, importance of news at 29th Caulfield Lecture

Katherine Beecher April 26, 2018

On April 19, the Department of Communication hosted April Ryan as their guest speaker for the 2018 Caulfield Lecture titled, “20 Years of White House Reporting: From Bill Clinton to Donald Trump.”...

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Bryan Stevenson outlines strategies to build a better world

Sarah Moynihan April 7, 2018

On Monday, March 19, Loyola was visited by Bryan Stevenson, the author of this year’s Messina common text, Just Mercy. Stevenson is also a public interest lawyer and the founder and executive director...

Paul Hawken informs Loyola students about global warming solutions

Paul Hawken informs Loyola students about global warming solutions

Alexandria Vigliotti April 7, 2018

On Tuesday, April 3, Loyola welcomed Paul Hawken, an environmentalist, entrepreneur, author, and activist, to campus to speak about possible solutions for global warming. Hawken discussed his answers to...

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