Loyola University Maryland

Student Activities

Late Night

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Late NightThe Late Night program at Loyola University Maryland is designed to offer students social, cultural, and athletic programs on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. 

From Midnight Breakfasts, to concerts, to theater productions and so much more, Late Night offers students inexpensive if not free entertainment.

Do you have suggestions for Late Night programs? Visit Student Activities in person (3rd floor, Andrew White Student Center) and talk with us about your ideas.


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

THURSDAY APRIL 16
The Evergreen Players present Goldor $ Mythyka: A Hero is Born
7 PM in the Black Box Theatre
$8/student

Open Mic Night sponsored by WLOY/Late Night
8-10 PM in the Reading Room
All are welcome to participate in the open mic, or just enjoy the show!

FRIDAY APRIL 17
East Indies to West Indies sponsored by the Caribbean Students Association (CSA) & Asian Cultural Alliance (ACA)
7-9 PM in the Reading Room

The Evergreen Players present Goldor $ Mythyka: A Hero is Born
8 PM in the Black Box Theatre
$8/student

Messina presents: Rotis, Tortillas & Wonder Bread: True Stories About Culture and Identity
8 PM in McManus Theater

Midnight Breakfast
12-2 AM in Boulder
Yum!  Free breakfast food.  A Loyola student ID is required to attend.

SATURDAY APRIL 18
Greysounds (coed a cappella) present a Spring Concert
8 PM in McGuire Hall  $4/student

The Evergreen Players present Goldor $ Mythyka: A Hero is Born
8 PM in the Black Box Theatre
$8/student

Midnight Breakfast
12-2 AM in Boulder
Yum! Free breakfast food.  A Loyola student ID is required to attend.


Students interested in learning more about weekend arts/cultural events in the local community can visit Culture Fly, an online resource that includes a Baltimore arts and culture calendar of events.  Or, visit the Baltimore Collegetown Network website.