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. 

There are several regularly scheduled Late Night programs offered through the office of student activities such as coffeehouse events, concerts, karaoke, and the Midnight Breakfast.

Additionally, other activities are offered on weekends that are meant to be social, cultural, athletic, and just plain fun! Most events are inexpensive, if not free, too! 

Do you have suggestions for Late Night programs? Do you want to help plan Late Night programs? If so, visit Student Activities in person (3rd floor, Andrew White Student Center).

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Thursday, October 23rd
Artist Talk with Professor Janet Maher
Reception to follow.  Julio Fine Arts Gallery at 5 PM

Commitment to Justice Panel
Hear from Peggy O'Neill, Christina Stocks, Purvi Patel, and Donald Vincent.
4th Floor Programming Room at 7 PM

Coffeehouse featuring Evan Nachimson
Evan's music blends the honesty of folk with the energy of rock and roll and style of R&B.
Reading Room from 9-11 PM

Friday, October 24th
No Impact Week:  Farm to Table Dinner  $12/student
McGuire Hall at 6 PM

Women's Volleyball vs. Navy
Reitz Arena at 7 PM

Midnight Breakfast
Yum!  Boulder Cafe from 12-2 AM.  A Loyola student ID is required.

Saturday, October 25th
Men's Soccer vs. Boston University
Ridley at 1 PM

Swimming and Diving Meet
FAC at 1 PM

OAE presents Reel Rock Film Tour  $13/student
Bringing the best climbing and adventure films to campus through a documentary on Yosemite's rock climbing revolution - Valley Uprising.
McGuire Hall at 7 PM

Midnight Breakfast
Yum!  Boulder Cafe from 12-2 AM.  A Loyola student ID is required.


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.