Daniel F. Castro ’11 (guitar performance/music industry studies) recieves International Scholarship Award from Phi Beta Kappa Alumni
Festival audiences heard the call of the Wolf Pack as Loyola University New Orleans students, faculty, staff, and alumni continued a longstanding tradition of performing at the New Orleans Heritage & Jazz Festival.
Christilisa “Missy” Gilmore ’10 (music industry studies) has just started her own business, Travel’s Tune, a boutique music travel agency specializing in one-of-a-kind New Orleans music vacation experiences.
Scott Maher ’14 (music industry studies) was recently accepted into the Peace Corps and will begin his work in Cambodia this summer.
Dimitri Staszewski, 2014 Loyola graduate of Music Industry Studies, has won a Fulbright Scholarship co-sponsored by MTVu to research and document the changing nomadic culture in Mongolia and the cultural force of their music.
Gillum’s widely-anticipated sophomore album, When It’s Dark Out, will ship to stores in December of 2015. The first single off of the new album, ‘Me, Myself, & I’ was released online in October, and features Bebe Rexha (who wrote Rihanna and Eminem’s hit “Monster”) on vocals.
Emily Fransen ’08 (music industry studies), M.M. ’13, is a featured vignette in Dr. David Cutler’s new book, The Savvy Music Teacher,
Patrick B. Reagin ’10 (music industry studies), J.D. ’14, has joined Liskow & Lewis’ New Orleans office as an associate in the firm’s maritime, oil field, and insurance practice
Recent Alumna’s Senior Thesis Project Captures the Attention of 4.0 Schools Incubator Program
James “Jimmy” Elcock ’12 (music industry studies) plays Country Music Awards