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 MARCH 26
Women's History Month Meet & Eat at 7 PM in the 4th Floor Programming Room
Email povertyawareness@loyola.edu to sign up.  Limited to 50 attendees.

Reading Between the Lines (book club) Discussion on A Farewell to Arms
7 PM in th English Department lounge

Spectrum Presents: Intersection of Race and Sexuality Panel Discussion
8:30 PM in Knott Hall B 01

WLOY/Late Night presents Tiny Rhymes
8-10 PM in the Reading Room

FRIDAY MARCH 27
BSA Fashion Show at 8 PM in Reitz Arena
$15/general admission or $22/VIP

ADAPT Presents Karaoke During the Midnight Breakfast

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

SATURDAY MARCH 28
Men's and Women's Tennis vs. Colgate and UMES at the RAC McClure Tennis Center
11 AM and 3:30 PM

Men's Lacrosse vs. Colgate at 2:30 PM at the Ridley Athletic Complex

Relay For Life to benefit the American Cancer Society
3 PM in Reitz Arena     www.relayforlife.org/loyolamd

Midnight Breakfast - 12-2 AM in Boulder
Yummy 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.