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August 4, 2015

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Loyola named one of nation's best colleges by Princeton Review

Loyola University Maryland has been named one of the nation’s top institutions for undergraduate higher education by The Princeton Review in its latest annual college guide, The Best 380 Colleges. The Princeton Review ranked Loyola No. 2 on the new “Students Most Engaged in Community Service” list, No. 2 in “Best Athletic Facilities,” and No. 4 in “Best College Dorms.”

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July 31, 2015

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Hounds swimming & diving head coach Brian Loeffler named Paralympic National Coach of the Year

Loyola University Maryland head swimming and diving coach Brian Loeffler has been named the 2014 Paralympic National Coach of the Year, the U.S. Olympic Committee announced this week. Loeffler guided four Paralympic athletes to one world and 10 American records in 2014.

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July 29, 2015

Loyola University Maryland democracy and the humanities

Loyola to host 50th anniversary celebration for National Endowment for the Humanities

Loyola University Maryland will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) with a two-day symposium Sept. 25-26, 2015, featuring lectures and presentations by renowned scholars from across the country. The event, Democracy and the Humanities, is part of an ongoing national conversation on the importance of the humanities in education and in America.

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July 21, 2015

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Money Magazine names Loyola a best value college

Loyola University Maryland has been named one of the nation’s “Best Colleges for Your Money” by Money Magazine, which released its 2015-16 higher education value rankings this month. Loyola ranked in the top 15 percent of the 736 U.S. colleges and universities on Money’s list.

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July 15, 2015

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Loyola helps develop Archdiocese of Baltimore’s first dual-language program

Loyola University Maryland and Archbishop Borders School have partnered to help develop and improve the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s first dual-language program, a form of bilingual education in which students are taught literacy and content in two languages.

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July 10, 2015

Brianna Banerjee, '16

Brianna Banerjee, ’17, wins Gilman Scholarship for study abroad in Denmark

Banerjee, a biology major and theology minor from Bel Air, Md., will participate in a medical practice and policy program in Denmark. The program also includes a tour of Poland and Germany.

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July 1, 2015

Baltimore Health Immersion students

First Baltimore Health Immersion offers students insight into urban health care challenges

Students from Loyola University Maryland and other schools across the country gained real life urban health care experience in Loyola’s first Baltimore Health Immersion this summer. The unique, five-week summer cohort program combines classroom time with service-learning internships in the city.

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June 25, 2015

Shinelle Oglesby Loyola University Maryland

Pastoral counseling student selected for NBCC Minority Fellowship Program

Shinelle Oglesby, a graduate student in Loyola University Maryland’s Master of Science in Pastoral Counseling program, has been awarded a $5,000 fellowship from the National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation for her commitment to serving disadvantaged populations.

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June 22, 2015

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Sciences faculty win $565,000 NSF grant to develop scholarship program for low-income students

The new C-PaMS Scholars Program will recruit and graduate academically talented low-income students pursuing a degree in computer science, physics, mathematics, or statistics. Six students from the Class of 2020—arriving in fall 2016—and six students from the following Class of 2021 will receive up to $10,000 annually during their four undergraduate years at Loyola.

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June 19, 2015

Tragedy in Charleston: A message from Loyola's president

"As we reflect on—and respond to—the killing of nine members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., I encourage us to come together as a community to find strength and support."

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