It was crazy how much Loras felt like home, even when I wasn’t physically there. Amidst the worry and the panic happening around me, I felt grounded in the people from my school that supported me.Read more
The Loras Players continue their annual Christmas tradition of a radio performance with Miracle on 34th Street debuting on Saturday, December 12.
The performance, by members of The Guild of Saint Genesius, Loras College’s honor society for theatre arts, will debut as an episode of the Duhawk Digest, Loras College’s weekly podcast.
Ultimately, I have survived this academic year and enjoy its many blessings that come in different forms. It has been a great year, and I owe it all to the lessons I have learned from these lost loved ones that I hold so dear to my heart.Read more
The Class of 1970 50th reunion committee has established the Class of 1970 Student Relief Fund in response to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic that has altered life everywhere, including Loras.Read more
With their CIPs assigned, the sophomore honors students now embark on a three-year process of bringing their projects to fruition through a process of research, refinement, and community engagement.Read more
“Loras is welcoming in many aspects, but what I am most appreciative of is their welcoming of new academic programs and student success. The support I received on campus inspired me always to do better. The ethics that Loras implements into our courses allowed me to understand the ethical standards required by the CFP Board extremely well.”Read more
Feral Boy Meets Girl is a collection of stories that blends literary fiction with elements of science fiction, fantasy, and horror to tell stories of outsiders within their communities, their homes, and even their intimate relationships.Read more
How are students and businesses navigating internships? Listen in as Jennifer Weber, academic internship coordinator, and Jim Padilla, dean of the Francis J. Noonan School of Business, discuss the availability of internships during the pandemic, how employers are providing unique opportunities and the need for students to adapt to the changing professional landscape.Read more
Cayhla Smart (’22) said, “I am learning the behind the scenes of running a private practice & the abundance of connections that come with the experience – although I have enjoyed this opportunity, it has taught me that it is important to branch out in community-based work before settling in a private practice to discover my own preference in the field.”Read more
“I have always felt Loras does a great job setting their students up for success when taking the CPA exams. All of the accounting staff are well-versed in what topics to expect on the exam and curate their classes towards them. We are very fortunate to have such knowledgeable professors, some of whom have even written exam questions in the past. Not only do they have an in-depth understanding of accounting topics, but they are also deliberate in how they teach them.”Read more