We are just 50 days away from our favorite day of the year – Duhawk Day! On March 10, Duhawks across the nation will get together to CELEBRATE, UNITE and SUPPORT Loras College with virtual gatherings, social media discussions and donations.Read more
“We hope to take advantage of this unique year and hopefully set a new tradition moving forward where we can come together as a campus to honor and learn from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”Read more
Instead of wallowing in disappointment, the vocal choirs and music ensembles utilized virtual platforms to share out their talents. Likewise, the Loras Players went ahead with radio performances of classic stories to stretch their acting chops and provide entertainment to a wide audience.Read more
The Guild of St. Genesius, Loras College’s theatrical honor society, presents its annual Christmas radio play as they perform Miracle on 34th St. The performance is directed by Jake Heelein (’21) and edited by Ryan Decker, director of theater.Read more
Before departing the campus for virtual instruction and winter break, students gathered to help decorate the Center for Inclusion & Advocacy office for the Christmas season. Staff and faculty put up a tree, strung lights, hung garland and shared tasty treats to get into the Christmas spirit.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.
We are 100 days away from Duhawk Day 2021! Save the date, set your reminders and mark your calendars to Celebrate, Unite and Support Loras College on Duhawk Day, March 10, 2021!Read more
Fr. Kutsch served as Dean of Men beginning in 1956 until 1969. Responsible for the students’ well-being, he witnessed first-hand the social changes that marked the 1960s and was looked upon as an ally due to his fairness and concern for all people. Fr. Kutsch served as a fervent advocate of the black Loras students and their ideals.Read more
As students wrap up their final week on campus for the semester before going online to finish their classes, the campus community gathered for a Thanksgiving meal in the Café. As they enjoyed a selection of turkey, mashed potatoes and pie, among other options, students, faculty and staff were able to gather together once more to talk, laugh and socialize safely.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