Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Loyola

The Center for the Study of New Orleans at Loyola will be hosting a panel discussion, “Katrina: Before, During, and After”, on Thursday, April 16 at 7pm in Nunemaker Auditorium. This panel includes meteorologists, authors, photographers, and geographers who will share their perspectives of the storm. Wondering how Hurricane Katrina impacted the Loyola community? Below are articles from the 2006 Maroon which describe the effect that Hurricane Katrina had financially and emotionally on Loyola and its faculty and students. These articles also offer perspectives of the storm from Loyola faculty, students, and parents. Most importantly, these articles highlight the positive outlook that the Loyola community had about the future of New Orleans and ways in which the Loyola community helped to rebuild the city.

Maroon 2006

Maroon 2006

Maroon 2006

Maroon 2006

For more information about Hurricane Katrina, visit Special Collections and Archives on the 3rd floor of Monroe Library:

Blog post by Nydia Araya, a Special Collections work study student.

Found in the Archives is a recurring series of crazy cool stuff found in the Monroe Library’s Special Collections & Archives.

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