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Welcome to the Heart of the Pack, our online home-away-from-home where we hope every member of the Loyola community can find a connection to each other and to the campus that we love, no matter where they are. Campus is quiet this week as Christmas decorations begin going up. But while almost everyone is back to learning and working from home, we have a roster of resources to help get you through the closing days of this Fall semester.
See Resources. In times like these, the Jesuit concept of being contemplatives in action comes to mind. What exactly does that mean? No, really stop. That could mean turning off, tuning out, taking a breath, being still, or all of the above. If you need some guidance, our Election Stress Kit offers tips for unplugging and being more present. Consider how you feel in this moment—what makes you feel anxious and what gives you hope? Review your day and the important people in your life who support you.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion, Student Life and Ministry, and University Counseling are sponsoring drop-in virtual group sessions through Zoom to help you process and reflect within our community. University Counseling and Campus Ministry are also available to help. Let your reflections inform and inspire what you do next. Take a look at our post-election resources to provide you with tools for talking about the election constructively and advocating for causes that you are passionate about.
Keep the discussion going by ing a panel tonight at p.
CST and another panel on Monday hosted by The Institute of Politicsfeaturing industry experts, including several of our alumni, to help us better understand the election. The University Programming Board will be hosting Christmas in November for the entire week from November 8 — 13 with daily events and festivities. And, yes, you better believe they will have t-shirts for the occasion! Starting this week, check out the 12 Days of Christmas on Instagram.
UPB will be giving out some awesome prizes daily. And in keeping with the spirit of the holiday season, UPB will be collecting donations for Iggy's Cupboard. Bring in five non-perishable items to Havoc's Helpdesk lower level of the Danna Center through November 13 for a chance to get a free Christmas in November shirt in your stocking this year! Only the first Loyola students will be added to our list to receive a shirt, and shirts will be available for pickup starting Monday, November 16 at 9 a.
For nearly 60 years, protesters around the world have ed together to raise awareness about sexual violence. Take Back the Night protests started in the s and s as a literal movement to demand safety for women walking alone at night. The message spread quickly. Events soon started taking place on college campuses to advocate for safe communities and speak out against all forms of sexual violence and domestic abuse.
Today, hundreds of annual Take Back the Night events take place in more than 30 countries globally. And the message is just as relevant and vital to our world. According to the Take Back the Night organization, 1 in 3 women worldwide experience some form of sexual violence or intimate partner violence, and 1 in 6 men experience sexual violence.
Wolf Pack, we stand together against sexual violence. Following the film, viewers will watch clips from a panel discussion featuring many of the women in the film, as well as other experts who share their continued work to seek justice for survivors. The program will conclude with an interview with a survivor of intimate partner violence and a Family Justice Center advocate.
Take Back the Night Live Stream. Trigger Warning: The program contains material that viewers might find disturbing and triggering. Viewer discretion is advised. One of the many benefits of being a Jesuit university is our connection to the larger, global Jesuit Catholic community. As a member of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, Loyola University New Orleans is one of 28 schools brought together by our shared values and spirituality. Part of our commitment as a member of the AJCU includes setting aside time for deep reflection about our mission and goals as an institution.
This self-study process is known as the Mission Priority Examen. Over the course of nine months, we gathered stakeholders from across the university, including faculty, staff, students, alumni, and trustees, as well as the Archbishop of New Orleans, to engage in dialogue about our mission and connection to the Society of Jesus. We considered what it would look like to turn our mission into action, and what strategies we would employ to realize our goals. Arturo Sosa, S. We will use our report findings to help us build a more engaged and thoughtful university experience where the integration of faith and reason are welcomed, valued, and celebrated.
We are committed to our Jesuit Catholic mission which grounds us as a discerning community seeking God in all things, working for the pursuits of justice, and acting in service to others. Please New Orleans professor wants to cuddle the full report to learn more about our priorities and key findings. College can be stressful, especially during these times.
Students looking for resources like food, insurance, housing, and help with online classes or managing school commitments can reach out for a coaching session. InsideTrack coaches are equipped to support students from any location. Have you gotten your flu shot yet? New Orleans professor wants to cuddle fall, we challenge you to take action to protect our community.
Watch our flu shot takeover on Instagram for more inspiration. Movies in the park. Wolf Pack Wednesdays. Crawfish on the Quad. Through thoughtful planning and collaboration, UPB brings the Wolf Pack together for unforgettable celebrations that define life at Loyola.
Coming off Loyola's best volleyball season sincethe Wolf Pack will kick off the volleyball season by hosting Xavier University on Saturday, October 3 at 2 p. Loyola Volleyball earned a overall record inincluding a mark in Southern States Athletic Conference play.
Originally from Destin, FL, Masone stays busy off the court earning her degree as a psychology pre-med major. Hey, you! Yes, YOU. Your voice matters. Make it count—get registered to vote! Unless of course you just do it right now. Prior to that, he was Director of the McNair Program at Suffolk University, the post-baccalaureate achievement program that prepares underrepresented and low-income undergraduates for doctoral study. The University Counseling Center has put together a ton of resources to help you take care of yourself and each other as the semester heats up.
As we all adjust to these changes, you may be feeling more anxious or overwhelmed. Our Anxiety Management Workshops will teach you concrete skills and coping strategies to refocus and improve your motivation. Workshops take place every Thursday from — p. CDT via Zoom. They are free to all students, no up required. The University Counseling Center provides free, confidential counseling services to all currently enrolled students.
To promote the safety of our students and staff, all appointments with the University Counseling Center are held virtually. If you need assistance in finding a private space to talk, let us know and we will assist you. We all have a reason to mask—a reason to choose kindness in our daily lives.
What is yours? Every time you come to class, meet with friends, or run an errand, you have a choice. Will you act in kindness and compassion for others? Since we know that COVID can spread without showing any symptoms, wearing a face mask and social distancing are the two surest ways we can help reduce the risk of spreading the virus. We all have a reason to mask —a reason to choose kindness in our daily lives.
What's yours? Share a video 30 seconds or less describing why you wear your mask OR take a photo in your mask and include a short caption sentences with your motivation for masking. Share your stories here for a chance to be featured here in Heart of the Pack and on Loyola's social channels! Recently, he was a guest on The Kelly Clarkson Show chatting about his invention and the inspiration behind it!
In our New Orleans professor wants to cuddle tradition, we make room for Jesus in our hearts and minds, to help us to act for and with others. We make decisions with careful thought and consider not only what is best for us, but what we can do to support those around us. But the result looks a little different these days. Instead, we show we really care by staying home when we feel sick. We reflect our character by completing the CampusClear assessment every morning. And we stay back to get back to the life we know and miss so dearly.
Now, when we think about making room for Jesus in our lives, we can also think about making literal space around us. All students, faculty, and staff who will be on campus this semester are required to complete the assessment every day, including weekends. You will not be punished for honestly reporting symptoms or exposure using the app. CampusClear connects you to the support and resources you need.
Why CampusClear? Around this time every year sinceour hearts beat a little fast at the thought of what kind of hurricane season will greet us. We continue to send them prayers of safety and comfort now and the days following the storm, and for our Wolf Pack families impacted by the storms, we are here for you. Welcome to the first official week of the semester! But no matter what the wind blows our way, we are determined and ready to overcome the challenges.
As such, your Student Government Association has a few words of encouragement and helpful tips for your first week of classes. Take a look! And the newest members of the Pack got a preview of life at Loyola during Wolf Pack Welcome over the weekend.
With the support of Krewe Leaders, the incoming class got to know each other through small group sessions and virtual programming. Here are some of the highlights from our Krewe Leader Instagram takeover. Last week, The Princeton Review released their rankings, based on survey fromstudents across the country.
Loyola topped the charts in five differentshowcasing the inclusive and caring community that YOU helped us build! This week was all about getting in, getting settled. Check out their stories below, as well as some shots from around campus while everybody got to where the needed to go. Check out some of our favorite moments below! Check it out to see what she found and to learn how to embark on a critter hunt of your own!
After 75 years as part of the Loyola community, President Emeritus Rev. James C. Carter, S. Please us on Zoom for a virtual sendoff celebration on Thursday, August 20 at 9 a. And if you'd like to send a farewell message to Fr. Carter, you can your well wishes here.
Like New Orleans, you have to experience Loyola firsthand to truly see its charm. While safe and socially distant campus tours have started back up, for some of our future members of the Wolf Pack, getting here is a little harder.
Take a look at our brand-new virtual tour of Loyola New Orleans, and explore our rich history, beautiful buildings, labs, res halls, performance spaces, and more! It makes for a perfect pairing with our self-guided virtual map. All Loyola community members will complete a daily self screening using the app.
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