Each year, as students push on through finals and on to the break, traditions on campus remind them that there’s something extra-special about getting to celebrate the holiday season here at Loyola.
Junior, Brooke Amodei reflects on several scenarios, including her own, in which students might not be able to "go home" for the holidays. Under these circumstances, Loyola is often that constant that begins to feel like home.
Loyola Senior, Caroline Hermance reflects back on her first day of school as a first-year at all the way through to her last first day of school in her final year.
Author of “What Truth Sounds Like: Robert F. Kennedy, James Baldwin, and Our Unfinished Conversation About Race in America.”
An event reflection by Kassidy Mcvey, class of 2019, featuring human rights photographer and President of Keeper of the Mountains Foundation: Paul Corbit Brown.
With the plants starting to bloom Loyola’s campus is a beautiful place to be this time of year, and together Loyola and the Baltimore community have a lot to offer students in the area. Check out a list of spring events and things to do on Loyola’s campus and Baltimore’s community below.
Widely admired for her wit and mastery form that connects the classical world with contemporary life, A.E. Stallings addressed Europe’s refugee crisis while reading from her poetic work.
An artist talk and performance event by Breai Mason-Campbell and the Guardian Baltimore Dance Company. This performance reflects on the world as a place faced with contradiction in gender and race.
A guide to keep students up to date on what fun things will be happening on Loyola’s campus and the surrounding Baltimore area in the beginning of 2019.