Messina at Loyola

Messina at Loyola

Loyola University Maryland’s First Year Living-Learning Program

Loyola receives national honor for its commitment to first-generation student success - Newsroom - Loyola University Maryland 08/03/2022

Loyola receives national honor for its commitment to first-generation student success - Newsroom - Loyola University Maryland Loyola receives national honor for its commitment to first-generation student success March 8, 2022 | By Jessica Goldstein Loyola University Maryland was recently selected to join the 2022-23 First-gen Forward cohort by the Center for First-generation Student Success, an initiative of NASPA – Stud...

22/02/2022

Dr. Breihan taught in Messina when we first started the program. He was a fantastic teacher and loved Loyola and Baltimore. He will be missed!

Loyola celebrates the life of John “Jack” Breihan, Ph.D., professor emeritus of history, who died on Feb. 18. For nearly four decades, Breihan engaged Loyola students in his love of the subject, including Baltimore history and architecture.

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09/02/2022
28/01/2022

Congratulations to Martha Taylor, Ph.D., professor of Classics and department chair—and winner of the 2022 Nachbahr Award for outstanding scholarly accomplishment in the Humanities. Taylor’s prolific work in ancient Greek history, culture, and language has been published by some of the most prestigious presses and journals in her field.

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28/01/2022

Christina Spearman, Ed.D., has been named the next assistant vice president for career development for RIZZO Career Center at Loyola University Maryland beginning on March 14, 2022. Spearman, who is currently assistant vice president and dean of students for Loyola, has been a leader within our University community since 2007.

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Baltimore Fishbowl | 15 Things to Do in Baltimore This Weekend: Monument Lighting; Mayor's Christmas Parade; Holiday Heap; and more - 02/12/2021

Baltimore Fishbowl | 15 Things to Do in Baltimore This Weekend: Monument Lighting; Mayor's Christmas Parade; Holiday Heap; and more - It's time to light up. With December upon us, Baltimore's favorite holiday season festivities are on the calendar this weekend. They're lighting up

29/09/2021

We are exited to co-sponsor this program connected to the 2021 Common Text, The Master Plan!

How can we address unjust policies?
Join us Monday, Oct. 4 at 7PM for Loyola University Maryland's annual panel featuring Freedom Richardson from , Erica Suter from ,and William Elmore, author of

16/09/2021

Celebrate Constitution Day with Loyola with "The Press and the Biden Presidency," a conversation between Professor Doug Harris (political science) and Mike Memoli, '04, White House correspondent for NBC News. Watch as they discuss the press and the presidency, including the constitutional backdrop of when press freedoms and Article II presidential powers are at stake. The Constitution Day event takes place tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. via Zoom. To register: https://loyo.la/39oeDYh

15/09/2021

Professor David Gordon, Evergreen Brian Schattle and Mentor Robert Kelly's Messina Philosophy class plant two Eastern Rosebuds on Wednesday, September 29th near GARDENS at 3pm.
This is part of our effort to learn more about the Universal Apostolic Preferences and in particular our effort to Care for our Common Home. Loyola University Maryland

12/09/2021

Today we honor and remember those members of the Loyola family who lost their lives 20 years ago, on Sept. 11, 2001.

05/09/2021

Welcome Class of 2025! We are so happy you are here!

Photos from Loyola Dining's post 29/08/2021
21/08/2021

Great info from one of our Messina faculty members.

Remi Chiu, Ph.D., associate professor of fine arts and musicologist at Loyola, discusses the benefits of music during COVID and other challenging times.

https://loyo.la/3mixpYw

Photos from Loyola Student Engagement's post 21/05/2021
08/04/2021

Y’all come out and join me today 4/8 from 12-1p EST as I talk with journalist Lisa Snowden-McCray about the activism and life of Ella Baker and how she shaped our lives, our work, our activism, and our understanding of Black mothering. Most days I wake up thinking about what Ella said about the intersection of Black mothering and activism, “Until the killing of Black boys, Black mother’s sons is as important as the killing of white boys, white mother’s sons, we who believe in freedom cannot rest.” Join us and let’s talk about and image a way forward toward freedom together.
Registration is free and open to the public: https://loyola.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3V4xdtObmku14eW

Photos from Loyola CCSJ's post 24/03/2021
12/03/2021

📌Recently, a feature piece about BMORE ENGAGED was released on loyola.edu. “CCSJ launches peer-led cohort program to engage students around social justice issues”

🟦 BMORE ENGAGED combines personal learning exercises with alternating Zoom cohort sessions to unpack your learning and share your experience with others.

Students have the opportunity to focus on topics such as: Race & Racism, Education & Youth Development, Environmental Justice, Civic Engagement, Q***r Identities, Workforce & Employment, Immigration & Migration, Food Access.

📝Thank you Hope Pinsonault for the wonderful feature, and thank you to our amazing BMORE ENGAGED facilitators and participants.

Link (also in bio): https://www.loyola.edu/news/2021/0311-bmore-engaged

🟩 Follow CCSJ for more BMORE ENGAGED content coming soon.

Men’s Basketball Starts Hot, Holds Off Army West Point to Advance To Patriot League Title Game - Loyola University Maryland Athletics 11/03/2021

Go hounds!

Men’s Basketball Starts Hot, Holds Off Army West Point to Advance To Patriot League Title Game - Loyola University Maryland Athletics WEST POINT, N.Y. – Loyola University Maryland scored the game's first eight points, built a 15-point lead less than seven minutes in and then held off the U.S. Military Academy down the stretch for a 67-63 victory Wednesday evening in the Patriot League Semifinals at Christl Arena.

Timeline photos 27/01/2021

CCSJ has made a small but an important change in name to accurately reflect our mission, inclusion of our York Road Initiative, and away from using the non-reciprocal term “community service,” while still maintaining our Jesuit and Catholic commitment to ‘service.’ Our new name is the Center for Community, Service, and Justice.

20/01/2021

Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J., invites you to join him in prayer today.

We thank you for the United States of America
and all the opportunity and promise this nation offers for so many.
In this historic moment, bless our country and its people,
especially all who give so dearly to preserve our freedom and democracy.
We ask for blessings on our incoming president and this new administration.
May President Biden and Vice President Harris be discerning leaders
who navigate the challenges and many needs of our nation.
Grant them the courage to fight for the dignity of all,
especially those who are marginalized and vulnerable.
May the next four years lead us toward honest examination of our brokenness as a society,
help us seek repair and reconciliation where it is needed,
and strengthen us to build bridges toward a more just and equitable nation.
May each of us move forward with a deeper conviction to work for a future full of hope.
Amen.

15/01/2021

Messina welcomes the Class of 2024 to campus! Safe travels to Baltimore!

20/11/2020

Today Loyola released its plans for reopening its campuses for the Spring 2021 semester. Learn more at https://www.loyola.edu/about/coronavirus-update/campus-plan.

Jesuit tools to help you survive the election (and its aftermath) 02/11/2020

Jesuit tools to help you survive the election (and its aftermath) Is there anything in St. Ignatius' spiritual practices that can offer to help us make it through the aftermath of the election? Yes.

30/10/2020

Congratulations, Dr. Whitehead!

We are excited to announce the launch of the Karson Institute for Race, Peace & Social Justice. Learn more about the goals of the institute and founder and director Dr. Karsonya (Kaye) Wise Whitehead, associate professor of communication and African & African American Studies at Loyola at www.loyola.edu/karsoninstitute

23/09/2020

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