A New Chapter Begins

The day President Colleen M. Hanycz, Ph.D., settled into her office in the Peale House this July, a new chapter began in La Salle University’s storied 152-year history. And it’s already proving to be a page-turner. On Oct. 9, La Salle held its first Presidential Inauguration in the 21st century, officially installing Hanycz as the 29th President, the first […]

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…In the Holy Presence of God

Less than two weeks after Pope Francis presided over Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, the La Salle community gathered in worship in that same hallowed space to celebrate the Inauguration Mass for President Hanycz on Wednesday, Oct. 7. Members of the La Salle family and the Hanycz family played important […]

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Lasallian Day of Service

Perhaps nothing embodies the Inauguration theme, Inspired by Faith, Dedicated to Service, United in Community, more fully than the Lasallian Day of Service, which kicked off Inauguration Week on Saturday, Oct. 3. La Salle Explorers near and far joined in service at more than 40 locations in the Philadelphia area and across the nation. “We […]

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A Presidential Occasion

After a weeklong series of Inauguration events “Inspired by Faith, Dedicated to Service, United in Community,” Colleen M. Hanycz, Ph.D., was formally installed as La Salle’s 29th President on Friday, Oct. 9, in an elegantly decorated Tom Gola Arena. The ceremony honored the institution’s rich Lasallian tradition and enlivened the crowd with excitement for the […]

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Homecoming 2015 Brings Explorers #Back2LaSalle

More than 1,000 Explorers came #Back2LaSalle for Homecoming 2015 to revisit fond memories and reconnect with La Salle. Hosted by Alumni Relations, the weeklong celebration included something for everyone: awards ceremonies, lectures, campus tours, sporting events, networking opportunities, and, of course, the Homecoming Party, crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen, and the sold-out men’s […]

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White House Names BUSCA a Bright Spot in Hispanic Education

La Salle’s Bilingual Undergraduate Studies for Collegiate Advancement (BUSCA) Program was named one of the country’s Bright Spots in Hispanic Education by The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics. “There has been notable progress in Hispanic educational achievement, and it is due to the efforts of these Bright Spots in Hispanic Education—programs and […]

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Luddy Named AACSB 100 Influential Leader

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) recognized Robert L. Luddy, ’68, in its inaugural class of AACSB 100 Influential Leaders as one of the top 100 business school alumni whose ideas and actions make a positive impact on society. La Salle University President Colleen M. Hanycz, Ph.D., along with Board of Trustees, […]

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