Posts tagged: Loyola University - Diverse


Black Male Teachers Should be the Norm, Not the Exception

by David Wallace | April 30, 2021 Our education system, as we know it, is systematically racist. How did we get here? We haven’ Read more

DJ Soul Sister is Teaching at Loyola University New Orleans

by | September 10, 2020
Popular music scholar Melissa A. Weber – also known as award-winning performer and broadcaste [...] Read more

Loyola U New Orleans Earns $1.4 Million Federal Grant to Help Low-Income, First-Gen Students

by | September 2, 2020
Loyola University New Orleans has earned a nearly $1.4 million TRIO-Student Success Support Ser [...] Read more

Illinois Higher Ed Leaders Call on Congress to Address Visa Delay, Denial Increase

by | February 18, 2020
Presidents and chancellors from nearly 30 colleges and universities throughout Illinois are cal [...] Read more

Loyola University Law Professor Earns Fellowship to Research Health Policies for Prisoners

by | October 3, 2019
Andrea Armstrong, a Loyola University New Orleans law professor, was named an Interdisciplinary [...] Read more

Cosby Conviction Dismantles Legacy, Dismays Scholars

| April 26, 2018
Bill Cosby used his power and influence to elevate African-Americans on television in the 1980s [...] Read more

Northwestern University Suspends Fraternity After Parties, Problems

by Associated Press | April 25, 2017
EVANSTON, Ill. — Northwestern University says it has suspended a fraternity chapter for viola [...] Read more

Chicago’s Loyola University Suspends Fraternity for 3 Years After Hazing Probe

by Associated Press | March 14, 2017
CHICAGO — Loyola University in Chicago has suspended the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity for t [...] Read more