Student Affairs Highlights

Caring for the Pack

Life at Loyola can be fun and exciting while at the same time stressful and demanding. A visit to Student Health Services could be your answer to getting well and staying well as you navigate the responsibilities of being a student and as we venture into the peak of flu season.

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Thanks-giv-ing

Buddig Hall area director Christina Nielsen shares her thoughts on Thanksgiving, and the ways that students staying in New Orleans during the holiday can reflect and stay involve.

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Caring for the Pack at the University Counseling Center

The University Counseling Center is busy welcoming new staff, launching an informative blog, hosting events and providing services to Loyola students, while also providing a full slate of activities during Eating Disorder Awareness Week.

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Best-Selling Author, Founder & CEO, Intern Queen Inc., to speak at Loyola University New Orleans

Lauren Berger, CEO of Intern Queen Inc., will visit with Loyola University New Orleans students during a keynote address, reception and book signing on Wednesday, November 14 at 5:30 p.m. in the Audubon Room of the Danna Student Center.

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Career Development Center's Library is Virtual

The Career Development Center is turning students and employers to online resources instead of printed books and flyers. Many of the age-old classics of career development and job searching have been converted into online and digital resources.

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Ignatius J. Reilly: A lesson for success?

Books can be a fascinating way to lose one's self for an afternoon, a source of knowledge for classes or many things in between. Regardless of their purpose, however, one should always look for the greater life lessons found in books.

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Staff Reflections: Lessons Learned from Belize

Recently, Tamara Baker, associate director of the Career Development Center, joined a group of faculty and staff on a service trip to Belize. Read her thoughts here as she discovered that "the simplicity of just being made the value of a spiritual and faithful life more tangible."

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Staff Reflections: Sounds and Silence

Brooks Zitzmann, staff counselor in the University Counseling Center, joined Loyola faculty and staff over the summer on a service trip to Belize. While there, she took the time to think on the impact of our surrounding environments and on the "sounds of life unfiltered."

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Hurricane Isaac Doesn't Slow Down Pack Athletics

September was a true test for National Preparedness Month with the University suspending operations for Hurricane Isaac. See how the Loyola Athletics and Wellness staff handled the storm.

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Reflections on Hurricane Isaac from Inside the Buildings

While his appearance was quick, his effects have been long-lasting. The Office of Residential Life has taken Isaac as both validation of good decision making and an opportunity for change. Read more here.

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