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Grants expand Loyola projects

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Anna Hummel
Photoillustration features a student with money in their back pocket. Work study students will now be paid higher wages.

Professors and organizations on campus have received large grants to support and expand the work that they have been doing.

Professor Mitch Crusto received $10,000 from the Ohio State Drug Enforcement and Policy Center in support of his research project Pardon Me Please: Evaluating Clemency Availability for Marijuana Offenders.

The Office of Professional and Continuing Studies received $9,333 from the New Orleans Tourism and Culture Fund to support students enrolled in the Professional Tour Guiding program. Additionally, PACS received $10,000 from Cox Communications to support the Women’s Leadership Academy.

Professor Hiroko Kusuda was awarded $4,000 by the Midsouth of the American Immigration Lawyers Association to support Loyola’s Immigration Clinic.

The Law Clinic received four grants, the first being the My Community Cares award of $75,000 to support a staff attorney. The other three, totalling $48,456 to support the Childrens’ Rights Clinic, the Immigration Clinic, and the Workplace Justice Project.

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Eloise Pickering, Worldview Editor
Eloise Pickering is a current freshman and the Worldview editor. She is a mass communication major, and her favorite movie is Spotlight. When not doing homework or working at the Maroon, Eloise can often be found pondering philosophically in Audubon Park. She has often been dubbed “The Thinker.” Eloise can be reached at [email protected].
Anna Hummel, Photo Editor
Anna Hummel is excited for her position as Photo Editor. Anna is a senior mass communication major with a concentration in public relations and a minor in business analytics. She is passionate about telling stories through photos. In Anna’s free time she enjoys swimming, reading and art.

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