• Suther Named Nashville Healthcare Fellow 

    Suther Named Nashville Healthcare Fellow 

    Tim Suther (’82), co-chair of the Loras College Board of Regents, was named as a member of the 2023 class of the Nashville Health Care Council Fellows. The Council Fellows welcomes thirty leaders selected from healthcare companies of all sizes and sectors who are poised to move our nation’s healthcare industry forward. More

  • Mund Helping Put Stories Into Space

    Mund Helping Put Stories Into Space

    Beth Mund (’96) has launched a new project that is literally out of this world. The Loras alumna’s STORIES of Space project has sent 300 submitted stories to the International Space Station. More

  • ’08 Graduate Serves Church and Community by Livestreaming Service

    ’08 Graduate Serves Church and Community by Livestreaming Service

    “We put our all into it because we really wanted people to have that feeling of connection. And, personally, it was the most fulfilling part of our week because everything else had come to a screeching halt and this was a way to use the gifts that we have been given.” More

  • Engaged in the Experience

    Engaged in the Experience

    “I am hungry for learning. I enjoy it so much that it doesn’t feel like work to me. The worst thing I can think of is sitting at home alone and not experiencing or learning something new. This is just a joy.” More

  • Duhawk Dozen | Adrienne Shavers (’14)

    Duhawk Dozen | Adrienne Shavers (’14)

    Adrienne truly embodies the Loras Dispositions in all that she does. Her ability to advocate and support students with a wide array of backgrounds is what makes her February’s Duhawk Dozen. More

  • Two $1M Gifts To Benefit Loras Students

    Two $1M Gifts To Benefit Loras Students

    Loras College announced the receipt of two anonymous donations of $1 million each to support scholarships that directly benefit Loras students with financial need. More

  • Duhawk Dozen | Brian Honerbaum (’16)

    Duhawk Dozen | Brian Honerbaum (’16)

    “I’ve learned a lot from classes and clubs like Business Ethics with Dr. Roman Ciapalo, Education Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Habitat for Humanity,” Brian started. “I feel that helped keep my education well-rounded and helped me to adapt to different places.” More

  • 50 Years of Coeducation

    50 Years of Coeducation

    In the fall of 1971, seventy-five women stepped onto the Loras College campus as full-time students. It marked a seismic shift in both enrollment and outcomes for the College that continue today. More

  • Gaining “Silent Confidence” from Loras

    Gaining “Silent Confidence” from Loras

    “Coming into law school, I had a humbleness that I think comes with the Loras experience. I knew I had a quality education and had the tools I needed. I had a silent confidence due to the down-to-earth approach that Loras takes.” More

  • Setting the Gold(man) Standard

    Setting the Gold(man) Standard

    "My ongoing relationship with Loras continues to benefit me today. It just makes me better.” More

  • A Feel for Loras

    A Feel for Loras

    “If someone says Loras, there is a warmth in my heart and I immediately go back to that place where that eighteen-to twenty-two year-old could be her authentic self while still growing as a person. That to me is very profound." More

  • “I Always Felt Like I Belonged There”

    “I Always Felt Like I Belonged There”

    "It helped provide a comfort level of what ‘real’ is in the world and gave me a confidence that I can work with anyone and be comfortable seeking out differing opinions." More