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The John P. Clark Papers is a fascinating collection consisting primarily of correspondence and publications. These materials include correspondence with political thinkers and book publishers, independently published political pamphlets and zines, and serial periodicals such as “Our Generation”. The collection also contains a small number of flyers, microfilm reels, and reel-to-reel audio recordings.

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Dr. Michael Kelly was an invited speaker at two research conferences held in Brazil during the month of July, 2016. He presented a lecture entitled "Index bounds for complexes associated to limit groups" at the meeting Nielsen Theory and Related Topics, July 4-9, Rio Claro, SP.

He also lectured on "Free groups and fixed points of homotopy idempotents" at the XXth Encontro Brasileiro de Topologia, July 11-16, Curitiba, PR.

Members of DIVEST Loyola gathered on Tuesday, October 4,2016 with other campus community members supportive of the group’s divestment advocacy goals.

Congratulations to Uriel Quesada, Letitia Gomez, and Salvador Vidal-Ortiz, winners of the 2016 Ruth Benedict Book Prize for Queer Brown Voices.

Nicholas Armstrong (Political Science major/Spanish minor 2015) notified us that after graduation from Loyola, he began work with a non-profit in Houston, TX, Avenue Community Development Corporation. According to Nicholas, "especializa en proveer alojamiento para personas de bajo y de medio ingreso." Nicholas also received a Sigma Delta Pi scholarship to study in Cuba in summer 2014.

We're proud of you, Nicholas!

Former Physics student, Richard Bustos, presented his work "Constraining Theories of Gravity From Light Deviation Experiments" at the American Physics Society meeting held in Salt Lake City, Utah in April. 

This was Bustos second time presenting for the American Physics Society.



Loyola University New Orleans Biology and Environment professor Aimée K.

A faculty member at Stanford since 2008, Segura is the Morris M. Doyle Centennial Professor of Public Policy and professor of political science and Chicana/o studies. 

Loyola student Anthony Rizzi ’19, an Environmental Science major, was awarded a $1,500 scholarship to assist with his education, complementary admission to the 2016 Resource Recycling Conference in New Orleans, and a one-year membership to the National Recycling Coalition.

Congratulations to these Languages and Cultures students who received special awards at the 2016 Humanities and Natural Sciences Honors Convocation:

The Richard A. Frank Memorial Award for Excellence in Modern Foreign Languages—Connor M. Crowe

The Excellence in French Award—Ashlyn Haycook

The Honorary Consul of Spain in New Orleans Award—Rowan E. Oliversen

The Center for Latin American Studies Award: Martín Better

The Solidarity Award for Outstanding Latin American Studies Minor—Stephanie I. MacClellan


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