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Achievements

French Alum Tom Macom and other Loyola alums start Cirque magazine. Cirque includes news features, fashion features, a section curated by the New Orleans Photo Alliance, and some art, literature
and satire.

Dr. Nathan Henne, assistant professor of Latin American Literature and Spanish, won the Marquette to produce a translation of Guatemalan author and indigenous activist Luis de Lión’s 1975 novel El tiempo principia en Xibalba (Time Begins in Xibalba).

French alum, Katherine Karcher, prestigious grad program in French at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Spanish major, Matt McCabe, has been named to the NAIA Men’s Basketball Daktronics Scholar-Athlete list.

Dr. Josefa Salmón, professor of Languages and Cultures, recently received a Fulbright grant to conduct research in Bolivia for the 2010-2011 academic year.

Fr. Peter Rogers, SJ, PhD published his new book in 2009: The Mystery Play in Madame Bovary: Moeurs de Province

David Hershberg ('05) finished his Peace Corps assignment in Costa Rica and will begin the prestigious program at Brandeis University School of Sustainable International Development.

Jayna Jenson was accepted into the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso. She was granted both the Benjamin Gilman Scholarship and the IFSA Louisiana scholarship to pay for the trip and program!

Annick Mégie won the Sigma Delta Pi Scholarship for summer language study at the Universidad Internacional: The Center for Linguistic & Multicultural Studies in Cuernavaca Mexico

Vesna Milojevic was chosen to act as an ambassador of German-US relations by the German Academic Exchange Service

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