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Loyola University New Orleans Biology professor Aimée K.

Loyola graduate Cheyenne Blackburn (Criminal Justice with a Spanish minor, 2015) received a position shortly after graduation as a Community Outreach Paralegal with the Southern Poverty Law Center. According to Cheyenne, part of the reason she applied for and received this position was due to her Spanish classes at Loyola! ¡Felicitaciones, Cheyenne!

Raven Richard is back home in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a news and weather anchor at THV11.

Richard graduated from the SMC in 2014 and worked in Kennewick, Washington, as a reporter, anchor, and weather anchor. She is also a member of the first African American sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.

She is thrilled to be living and working in her hometown. Richard has had an interest in weather from an early age and she knows all about the weather Arkansas experiences throughout the year.

Laura Givnish (International Development/Spanish--2016) was selected to become a Youth Development Volunteer with the Peace Corps in Perú. She will serve there for 27 months. ¡Felicitaciones y buena suerte, Laura!

Bridget Thomas (Classical Studies major, 2016) will attend Rutgers University beginning in the fall of 2016.  She will be pursuing an MA in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies.

Bridget Thomas (Classical Studies major, 2016) has been accepted to the graduate program at the American University to pursue an MA in Arts Management.

Morgan Ballard was awarded the 2016 Political Science Academic Achievement Award for a Minor


Natasha Bingham, Assistant Professor of Political Science, was awarded the College of Social Sciences 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award 

Dr. Natasha Bingham received her Ph.D. from Louisiana State University in 2012.  Her research interests focus on intersectionality of gender, race, and ethnicity and gender and sexuality in former Soviet republics and US politics. Her teaching interests include comparative politics, comparative social movements, central and Eastern European politics/Russian politics, women and minorities in politics, Women and Gender Studies.

Stephen Haas was awarded the 2016 Political Science Academic Achievement Award for a Major


Justin Samuelson was awarded the 2016 Political Science Academic Achievement Award for a Major



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