Taylor Duhe' '13 led a public awareness campaign entered in a national competition sponsored by Theatrics and helped secure a $2,000 award for Loyola University New Orleans' Public Relations Student Society of America chapter.
Christopher J. Rengel, '12 Bachelor of Science Music Industry Studies, is a DJ/Producer and founding member of Electronic Takeover, an innovative electronic event series that covers New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Columbia, MO.
Cooper Garff, B.S. Music Industry studies junior, making strides in start up business ventures
Loyola design students ace Righteous Fur finals with “surprise boxes” for high-profile designers
Alex Hertz, B.S. Music Industry Studies senior, has founded a website design and programming service, Design By AH. He is active in the independent band community and known for his quick and current web solutions for a variety of clients.
Erika Flowers is currently studying vocal performance and music industry at Loyola University New Orleans. A versatile and classically trained vocalist, Erika has performed in productions like The New Orleans Opera Associations’ “Romeo et Juliette” and “Porgy and Bess”.
In April, undergraduate and graduate music therapy students along with Victoria Vega, Ph. D. and Joy Allen, Ph.D., professors of music therapy, represented Loyola University New Orleans at the southeast regional conference for the American Music Therapy Association held in Spartanburg, S.C.
Priscilla Jenkins '11, Sarah Gudan '12, and Bethany Wilde '11 receive Leo Zinser Drama, Ernest Ferlita,S.J. Drama, Outstanding Ballet, and Outstanding Achievement in Technical Theatre awards.