The fall semester is well underway here at Loyola University Maryland. I welcome back to campus our students and faculty who were away for the summer months. I hope everyone had a chance to rejuvenate for the busy months ahead.
As our undergrads and graduate students settle into fall classes, we in ...Read More
Smart people, working together, trained in thinking creatively to solve problems can make a difference in a community. That’s the focus of our feature story this month, highlighting a class of graduate students in our part-time Professional’s MBA program that dedicated an entire course to consulting ...Read More
The impressions that many people have of tax discussions are that they are very technical and unpleasant. While the topics might not be embraced warmly, they are very important to each of us. Tax concepts and policy go well beyond the paying of our personal taxes. They affect people and companies all...Read More
With all that is going on in Washington, I appreciate cause for celebration and reason for optimism. Pope Francis brings us both. For an institution facing its challenges, the Catholic Church’s selection of a Jesuit leader certainly leaves me with a sense of hope. Pope Francis’s very selection of his...Read More
February is usually a time when the post-holiday blues hit in Maryland. This time of year is typically devoted to resolutions and cleaning and hunkering down for the cold months. Although the thaw of spring is not that far off, it seems as if it will never come. W-2 distribution marks the start of ta...Read More