WLOY National Finalist Award!

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

WLOY has been selected as a National Finalist in the category of Best Promotion at the 2009 National College Media Awards! All the hard work our staff put into the new sound of WLOY, the new logo, Loyal Listener Card, bumper stickers, tshirts and more paid off big! There were more than 400 entries in the competition!



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WLOY Gets National Press Coverage!

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

WLOY Loyola Radio’s facilities and studios were featured in the July 2008 Issue of Pro Audio Review. The article goes into detail about the history of WLOY and the equipment that at the heart of the operations. The article can be found here. We’re thrilled to be considered worthy of national press in a commercial audio magazine. Prospective students take note! WLOY Rocks.



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WLOY HelpHaiti Effort

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

Our students’ great work was covered in various media (links to articles):

The End of Snowmageddon?

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

WLOY’s take on Snowmageddon 2010. Click here for PDF Copy

We here at WLOY tried to resist a snow-related feature story.  It was the story that every other news outlet was covering.  It was the story that did not need to be covered anyway.  Just look out your window.  The story itself was doing the covering.  But Mother Nature seemed to know that there were a few reporters who were holding out on their snow coverage, so she added a few more inches to the record winters.  So WLOY has decided to bring in its perspective.  As we are now getting in the groove following spring break, we ask – nay! – we demand, surely, this must be the end of Snowmageddon. Read the rest of this entry »



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A Wet Beginning for Loyola’s Ridley Athletic Complex

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

Loyola’s Ridley Athletic Complex opens, and the men’s lacrosse team plays their first game on the new home turf. Click here for PDF Copy

This past Saturday, March 13, 2010, amidst a relentless monsoon, Loyola celebrated the grand opening and dedication of The Reverend Harold Ridley, S.J., Athletic Complex.  A sellout crowd of 6,000 was there to watch the main event of the day, the lacrosse game between two top 20 teams, our Loyola Greyhounds and the Blue Devils of Duke. Read the rest of this entry »



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The War on Plastic Bags

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

The Baltimore City Council introduces a bill to fight plastic bag pollution. Click here for PDF Copy

In the ever-ongoing fight against pollution, plastic bags have been a continual target.  Baltimore recently threw its weight behind an anti-plastic bag effort.  A bill that was endorsed last week by a committee of the Baltimore City Council would give food stores the choice of offering only plastic bags or encouraging their customers to cut back on or recycle the plastic bags if they continue to use plastics.  The specific terms of the bill stipulate that stores and restaurants must enroll in the city’s “plastic bag reduction program.”  This program requires that merchants provide plastic bag recycling bins and encourage the use of reusable bags.  Violators will face fines of $100 to $1,000 for multiple offenses. Read the rest of this entry »



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Woodward’s Antique Gallery & Auction House

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

Check out Woodward’s Auction House on the Avenue in Hampden! Click here for PDF Copy

If you are a member of the Loyola community, there is a good chance that you have trekked a couple of miles south of campus to Hampden or have at least heard of this distinctively Baltimorean neighborhood.  Hampden is known particularly for its commercial center on a four-block stretch of West 36th Street known as “The Avenue.”  Perhaps you have dined at restaurants such as Café Hon, King’s Pizza and Subs, or the Golden West Café, or browsed around some of the quirky shops like Atomic Books or the True Vine record shop.  Tucked in amongst the good eats and the trendy boutiques is another unique find: an auction house, Woodward’s Antique Gallery & Auction House, that is. Read the rest of this entry »



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New Arts District in Baltimore?

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

The Baltimore City Council proposes the creation of a third arts district for Baltimore in the city’s west side. Click here for PDF Copy

There is a sentiment among people who truly appreciate the arts in which they believe that an arts district can lead to the revitalization of portions of a city, and some of those people are among the city leaders of Baltimore.  Under a proposal endorsed by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore’s west side would become the city’s third arts and entertainment district, joining the two others in Station North and Highlandtown.  This designation would make the west side a magnet for galleries, theaters, studios, and other arts activities as well as investment opportunities; it would also make certain business and property owners eligible for tax breaks.  There are already some artsy locations in the west side, such as the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center (home of the Hippodrome Theatre) and the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower. Read the rest of this entry »



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Dr. Harris Named New Honors Program Director

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

Political Science Professor Dr. Douglas Harris is appointed the new director of Loyola’s Honors Program. Click here for PDF Copy

A common complaint among past and present students of the Honors Program at Loyola has been the lack of integration of the sciences, social sciences, and business in Honors, a primarily humanities-based program.  A new iteration of the Honors Program that is meant to be more interdisciplinary beyond the humanities will be implemented within the next few years.  (The Honors class of 2015 is scheduled to be the inaugural class for the new Honors Program.)  Honors has recently taken another step beyond the humanities with the appointment of its next director.  This new director is Dr. Douglas Harris, associate professor of political science, who was named to the position by Dr. Buckley, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Read the rest of this entry »



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As Tall As Lions Visit WLOY

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

WLOY hosted a Fall Concert with As Tall As Lions and Lovedrug.  ATAL was kind enough to come in early and do a little bit of live stuff in the station along with an interview. Unfortunately we seem to have lost the files in a server crash, but watch out they may return soon!

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