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While this is not, generally, what you'd expect (as LSU is considered by many to be the premier party school of Louisiana), it's still noteworthy.

I earned my CIS degree from Tulane, and a close and respected member of my family is a senior person working in development at Loyola.

A proud day all around, I'd say.
Top 20 YES


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Craig Wiseman July 29th, 2008 08:17:05 AM

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1) Cool things continue - two Louisiana schools rank in the top 20 nationwide
Timothy Briley 7/29/2008 9:28:12 AM

Sadly, Georgia Tech was not in the party school list again. Instead we got:

# Professors Get Low Marks

# 8 # Least Accessible Professors:

# 4 # Class Discussions Rare

Congratulations!

2) Cool things continue - two Louisiana schools rank in the top 20 nationwide
Mr. Clio http://worldclassneworleans.blogspot.com 7/29/2008 9:50:54 PM

Hey, #20 is just about right. Not near the top, but good enough to prove we're being noticed.

3) Cool things continue - two Louisiana schools rank in the top 20 nationwide
Mr. Clio http://worldclassneworleans.blogspot.com 7/31/2008 6:38:33 PM

That same Princeton Review ranks Loyola's library #7 among all university libraries in the country.

Right up there with Harvard and Yale.

I am not making that up.

World class? Yes.

4) Cool things continue - two Louisiana schools rank in the top 20 nationwide
Craig Wiseman http://www.wiseman.La/cpw 7/31/2008 9:22:26 PM

Lest I seem unclear:

Loyola (and Tulane) are excellent, yes, "world class" institutions. No doubting or questioning that.

Humor is typically a contrast between what you expect and what happens, and I can't skip the humor here. 8-)


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