The Loras College Choirs will perform their spring concert virtually for all audiences on Friday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. The concert choir and chamber singers will be singing music celebrating spring, hope, and home.Read more
Loras College will host its eighth Legacy Symposium event to showcase the work of students, faculty and staff on Wednesday,Read more
Planning for the videoboard began in 2018 and the leading commitment of $250,000 from the Gavins helped the project become a reality. The Class of 1965 helped fund the remainder of the costs in 2019 and construction began in November of 2020.Read more
” I am looking forward to the progress we can make this next year as we have more time and resources to put into the program. I am also looking forward to meeting other students within the Newman Fellowship!”Read more
James Pollock, Ph.D., Professor of English at Loras College, won the Manchester Poetry Prize as part of the Manchester Writing Competition 2020, the United Kingdom’s biggest prize for unpublished literary work.Read more
The program’s coursework is designed to challenge students looking to enhance their previous academic history to be competitive applicants for med school, a Ph.D. program, or a full-time job. As a result, it allows them to show demonstrated improved academic ability and continue to extend their learning on topics necessary for the MCAT and in health professional school.Read more
Loras College will host a virtual talk with Juan Suárez Ontaneda as he discusses Columbia and the rise of the cumbia folkloric genre Thursday, February 25 at 7 p.m.Read more
“It is an honor to name Dr. Donna Heald to the post of Provost,” President Collins said. “During her two and a half years of service as Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Donna has led with exceptional grace, great resolve, and outstanding results.”Read more
“Through our coaching, all students enrolled in our CFP program will receive one-on-one, individualized coaching and mentoring from Loras faculty members who have written CFP exam questions, textbooks, and hold their CFP® designations.”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.