- Experts Available to Discuss Pope Francis’ One Year Anniversary
- Loyola’s Institute of Pastoral Studies Launches Lenten Twitter Campaign
- Loyola University Chicago to Co-host Prestigious Law Student Competition in International Dispute Resolution
- Experts Available to Discuss Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics
- Loyola University Chicago Continues Theatre Season with Southern Memoir
- Loyola University Chicago Announces 2014–2015 Ricci Scholars
- re-located Displays Unique Photographic Techniques
- Loyola University Chicago to Host First Nationwide Student-Run Business Conference
- Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law Hosts National Security and Civil Rights Symposium
- Loyola University Chicago Department of Fine and Performing Arts Presents the William Ferris Chorale
Loyola University Chicago has a number of experts available to discuss Pope Francis’ first year, his impact on the Catholic Church, locally and worldwide, what the future holds under his papacy, and more. Please contact Loyola’s University Marketing and Communication department to arrange interviews with the experts below.
Loyola University Chicago’s Institute of Pastoral Studies is launching a new Twitter campaign this Lenten season. The Institute’s Twitter account will share a note of reflection or prayer each day from March 5 (Ash Wednesday) through April 20 (Easter Sunday).
Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law and the InterNational Academy of Dispute Resolution (INADR) will co-sponsor the 13th Annual International Law School Mediation Competition at Loyola’s Philip H. Corboy Law Center beginning March 5, 2014.
Loyola experts are available to discuss the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. Please contact Loyola University Chicago’s University Marketing and Communication department to arrange interviews for both print and broadcast opportunities.
Loyola University Chicago’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) continues its 2013–2014 mainstage theatre season on February 21 in the Newhart Family Theatre with From the Mississippi Delta by Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland, directed by Jonathan Wilson.
Loyola University Chicago has selected its 2014–2015 Ricci Scholars, students who will travel to Italy and China during their junior year to study, travel, and conduct cross-cultural research. The Ricci Scholars program offers a scholarship to highly qualified students who spend their junior year at Loyola’s John Felice Rome Center and the Beijing Center for Chinese Studies. Students apply for this unique and prestigious scholarship as sophomores; prepare their research proposals, conduct field research, and travel as juniors; and then complete their projects as seniors at Loyola.
Loyola University Chicago’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) continues their 2013–2014 visual arts exhibition season on February 27 in the Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex with re-located.
In an effort to provide student entrepreneurs with a national platform for collaboration, professional development, and self-promotion, Loyola Limited, Loyola University Chicago’s student-run and managed business enterprise, will host the nation’s first annual Student-Run Business Conference.
The National Security and Civil Rights Program at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law is hosting its inaugural symposium this Friday, February 7. “National Security Law, Policy and Practice: Are We Safer in 2014 and at What Cost?” will examine the current state of the constitutional security and liberty equilibrium, including the ongoing developments in the Edward Snowden and National Security Agency (NSA) revelations; the role of Article III courts; and the economic, political, and moral implications of this debate. Distinguished speakers will include former US Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, and a luncheon address by Anthony Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union.
Loyola University Chicago’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts presents The French Connection: Music of Faure and Vierne by artist-in-residence William Ferris Chorale and conducted by Paul French.