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State of the University

The Loyola community is invited to attend Father Garanzini’s State of the University address on Monday, February 11, at 4:30 p.m., in the Sullivan Center’s Galvin Auditorium, on the Lake Shore Campus.

For those unable to attend the event in Galvin, the address will also be live streamed and shown on large screens in satellite locations on the Water Tower Campus (Corboy Law Center, Lower Level, Room 14) and Health Sciences Campus (Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, Lecture Hall 505). The address will also be available online, via web conference, for those unable to attend in person.

Father Garanzini will deliver his address and then take questions from the audience. Faculty, staff, and students who attend the event, either in Galvin Auditorium or at one of the community satellite locations on the Water Tower or Health Sciences campuses, will have the opportunity to ask questions.

The address will run approximately one hour, and punch and cookies will be available, in each location, at the end of the address.

For those who plan to watch the address remotely, the live stream will be available here. To be sure that your computer is ready for the live stream on February 11, please click here to run a system test.

A taped version of Father Garanzini’s remarks will be available via Inside Loyola on February 12. Anyone with questions can contact the Office of the President at 312.915.6400.

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