March 1

Biological Sciences Career Seminar: The World of Pharmacy
12:30p-1:30p, Monroe 157

If you’re interested in going into pharmacy after college, definitely attend this. You’ll probably get extra credit if you’re a biology freshman.

Unveiled Worlds: A Series of Award-Winning Iranian Films – The Glass House (2009)
7:00p-9:00p, Monroe 157

Directed by Hamid Rahmanian, The Glass House has been a selection in 50 international festivals as well as the winner of many awards. Four girls strive to pull themselves out of the corners of Iranian society by attending a rehabilitation center in uptown Tehran. It’s a documentary promoting hope and women.

March 5-8: International Week!

International Weeks is a series of events promoting international education and exchange. Check http://calendar.loyno.edu for more information on all of these events!

March 5

International Photo Contest Opening Reception
5:00p-6:30p, Monroe Library Living Room, First Floor

The Center for International Studies holds a contest every year for photos taken abroad of Loyola students and photos taken of different countries. Come see the best of the best, the winners!

Apartheid Madness: Deconstructing Allegations of Human Rights Abuse in Psychiatric Institutions
6:30p-8:30p, Miller Hall Room 114

Tiffnay Jones, Ph.D., is going to give a lecture on this portion of African history. She talks about mistreatment in mental institutions during apartheid and also talks about how events in the world have shaped mental health policy in South Africa. If you’re an African-American studies person, a psychology or sociology person, or if you just want to know more about the world around you, this would be a great event for you!

March 6

MLA Stylin’
12:30p-2:00p, Bobet 101

Come get free pizza from the English department and learn how to write in perfect MLA format!

Biological Sciences Research Seminar with Dr. Etinne Waleckx
12:30-1:30, Monroe 157

Come listen to research on Chagas disease in the United States! Again, a great opportunity for extra credit if you’re a biology freshman!

Workshop: Interviewing for Success
12:30-1:30, Library Multimedia Room 2

No sign-up required for this interviewing workshop! Come and find out how to give a great interview, a skill you’re going to need if you want to apply for jobs or internships while in college or after.

“Women in Politics” Forum
6:30p-8:30, Audubon Room (2nd Floor of Danna Center)

This forum features local females involved in politics. In an effort to get more young women to think about applying for office, the Women’s Resource Center and the Career Development Center, in collaboration with the Louisiana Legislative Women’s Caucus Foundation, have organized this special night. Come out if you’re interested in politics, or even if you’re not. You never know what’ll happen!

March 7

Study Abroad Scholarships
5:00p-6:00p, Seminar Room 4, Monroe Library

Come and hear about study abroad scholarships available! Studying abroad is more affordable than you may think!

Clave: A Rhythmic Journey from Africa to the New World

Come hear multiple Grammy nominee talk about the clave rhythm and Afro-Cuban music. He will also talk about how Afro-Cuban jazz and the impact that all Latin American music forms in the U.S. culture.

March 8

Biological Sciences Career Seminar: Careers in Physical Therapy
12:30p-1:30p, Monroe 157

Come to this session during the window if you’re interested in learning about physical therapy, an interesting and quickly growing field in medicine!

Ignacio Volunteer Recruitment Info Meetings
5:00p-6:00p, Manresa Den (Bobet 107)

Ignacio Volunteers is a Loyola program that allows selected individuals to serve abroad in needy countries. Come to this info session to learn about opportunities for the next Ignacio Volunteer trip in winter 2012.

March 9-11

Awakening Retreat
Fountainbleu Park

Loyola’s most popular retreat, Awakening fosters community and a weekend of fun and R&R. If you want to come and haven’t, sign up in the Magis Lounge or at tabling sessions during lunch time in the Danna Center.

March 10

Elect Her – Student Leadership Training
Audubon Room (Danna Center 2nd Floor)

This is a follow-up to “Women in Politics,” an actual workshop that focuses on women and leadership positions.

March 14

Ignacio Volunteer Recruitment Info Meetings
5:00p-6:00p, Manresa Den (Bobet 107)

Ignacio Volunteers is a Loyola program that allows selected individuals to serve abroad in needy countries. Come to this info session to learn about opportunities for the next Ignacio Volunteer trip in winter 2012.

Lenten Series: Sylvester Tan, SJ “Taught by God”
Ignatius Chapel (1st Floor Bobet Hall)

The Loyola office of Mission and Ministry has organized a three-part talk series on Lent focusing on discernment and good life lessons. This next one will feature professor and Jesuit novice (and great guy) Sylvester Tan. It seems that the lecture will be on the Spiritual Exercises.

March 15

Unveiled Worlds: A Series of Award-Winning Iranian Films – Circumstance (2009)
7:00p-9:00p, Monroe 157

Directed by Hamid Rahmanian, The Glass House has been a selection in 50 international festivals as well as the winner of many awards. Four girls strive to pull themselves out of the corners of Iranian society by attending a rehabilitation center in uptown Tehran. It’s a documentary promoting hope and women.

March 16, March 18-21, March 24

Loyola Theater: All’s Well That Ends Well
Marquette Theater 8:00pm all dates (Sunday March 18 2:00pm)

Loyola’s excellent theater department puts on a production about a spirtual pilgrimage in which the heroine ends up getting her way, leaving her family to follow her anti-hero husband in the opposite direction! Come see this awesomely plucky production. Student tickets are $8 and all other admission is $12.

March 19

Registration advising begins!!!

March 20

Biological Sciences Research Seminar: Antarctic subglacial environments: the other deep biosphere

March 22

Biological Sciences Career Seminar: Why Podiatry is a Choice Health Career

March 24

Loyola Wind Ensemble
3:00p-5:00p, Roussel Performance Hall, 2nd Floor, Communication/Music Complex

March 25

Crescent City Wind Symphony
3:00p-5:00p, Roussel Performance Hall, 2nd Floor, Communication/Music Complex

Come hear an awesome wind performance by one of the best wind ensembles in the city!

March 26

Summer/Fall 2012 Registration Begins!

March 27

Workshop: Finding an Internship
12:30p-1:30p, Monroe Library Multimedia Room 2

Looking for an internship is one of the biggest helpers in getting a job after college. Come to this workshop and figure out how to make your search as painless as possible.

March 28

Lenten Series: Fr. Fred Kammer, SJ “Not Just ‘Jesus and Me’”
7:00p-8:30p, Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor (Bobet)

This is part 3 of the Lenten Series, your last chance to hear one of these great talks!

March 29

Unveiled Worlds: A Series of Award-Winning Iranian Films My Tehran for Sale
7:00p-9:00p, Monroe 157

My Tehran for Sale is another award-winning film about a Tehran actress who lives a secret life to express herself artistically. Come watch this great film about personal identity and national identity.

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