As Loyola encourages its students to participate in professional opportunities outside of the classroom, access to interview and work appropriate clothing became an apparent challenge for some. With the goal of making sure all students are geared for success, Loyola introduced the “Wolf Pack Wardrobe’. A free student-led campus resource making professional clothing accessible to the student body as whole.
The School of Communication and Design is hosting a summer camp to introduce local youth to the creative arts, like writing, film, interactive design, and motion design, according to Daniela Marx, associate director of the school of communication and design. The program is designed to get high schoolers invested in the college experience and broaden their creative horizons.
Staff Spotlight-getting to know our staff a little better! Madison Robinson (Office Manager in School of Communication and Design)
1. Where are you from? What brought you to Loyola?
I am from Omaha, Nebraska. Initially, I had my eye set on Loyola Chicago, but after our campus visit to Loyola New Orleans on a beautiful spring day in April, there was no place I'd rather be.
The Go-Go's are touring the UK this summer and, unfortunately, I won't be able to go...BECAUSE...I am going to London in August for 2 weeks for Belinda Carlisle's Birthday Party!!!!
C.Patrick Gendusa, Chair/Department of Theatre Arts & Dance, He/HIm