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
We were also able to sit down with a number of Loras alumni and former faculty as they shared their memories and stories of what the College means to them.Read more
David Rodgers IV (’17) joins the podcast to reflect on is ties to Loras, the relationships he continues to foster and his experience as the keynote speaker for the Class of 2020’s Commencement Ceremony.Read more
When the new year kicks off, so does Loras College’s latest offering: the Certified Financial Planning Certification Program. Brian Kallback (’02), assistant professor of finance, joins the Duhawk Digest podcast to share details about what makes this new program a great opportunity for individuals interested in achieving CFP certification and what steps are being taken to make it uniquely Loras.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
Molly Figgins, director of the Atheltic Training Program, shares insights into the what makes Loras’s Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program unique, how students are navigating hands-on learning during the pandemic and the plans for continuing to grow and expand the program.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.
Loras alumna Audrey Miller (’19) has spent her first year away from Loras receiving numerous awards and honors. She joins the podcast to reflect on how Loras has shaped her career trajectory and share her memories from her time on campus.Read more
Manny Rivera (’21) joins the podcast to talk about his Loras experience and adjusting to campus life during a pandemic. The president of the Loras College chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Rivera talks about the impact of the organization on campus and how they are working to grow in the future.Read more
Loras College wrestling alumnus Rob Murray (’01), is not only a three-time All-American for the Duhawks, he also works for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. During this edition of the Hall of Fame podcast, Murray shares his favorite memories as a student-athlete and what life after Loras is like since graduation.Read more