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Spotlight Events

Spotlight Events

Collage of campus events images including the Chimes, biology events, and Light City

Thursday, March 23

Building Community and Resistance in the Age of Trump

Loyola University Maryland’s Center for Innovation in Urban Education welcomes journalist and author Marc Lamont Hill, Ph.D., on Thursday, March 23 at 6:45 p.m. in McGuire Hall for his lecture, “Building Community and Resistance in the Age of Trump.” In his talk, Hill will examine the socio-cultural and economic factors that led to this political moment, as well as offer concrete strategies for creating resistance movements in producing social justice, with a focus on youth and youth culture. The lecture is free and open to the public, however registration is required.

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Monday, March 27-Wednesday, March 29

Better Business

Building a Better World Through Business

"Building a Better World Through Business" is a series of events designed to celebrate the good that business does for society as it works to transform the world through sustainable economic and social development and bridge the dichotomy between "doing business" and "doing good." The series will take place Monday, March 27, through Wednesday, March 29.

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Friday, March 31-Saturday, March 8

Light City

Light City

Loyola is excited to be a partner for Light City Baltimore – the premiere festival of lights, music, and innovation in downtown Baltimore. The festival is the first large-scale international light festival in the United States, and will include art installations, performances, concerts, and labs that showcase Baltimore – a city of innovation for 200 years. The festival’s theme is societal issues of justice and equity, and will feature leaders in top Baltimore industries – health, sustainability, education, social change, design, and culinary innovation. The event will take place March 31 through April 8.

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Friday, April 21

Emerging Scholars

The eighth annual "Emerging Scholars: A Celebration of Graduate Research" is an event highlighting the scholarly work of Loyola’s graduate community, on Friday, April 21. The evening features an awards ceremony in the Library's Ridley Auditorium, oral presentations, and a poster session and reception.

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Friday, June 9-Sunday, June 11

Cosmos

Cosmos & Creation

The 36th Annual Cosmos & Creation Conference will be held Friday, June 9, through Sunday, June 11. The annual Cosmos & Creation Conference began in 1982 with the vision that working scientists would find it fruitful to share their religious awareness with other scientists. The group has been ecumenical, although most who have participated have been mainline Christians.

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