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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La Salle Climbs Five Spots in U.S. News & World Report

The 2016 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” ranks La Salle University as one of the top 30 universities (26th overall) in the North Region, as well as one of the top 10 Catholic universities in this same category. Previously, La Salle was ranked 31st in the North Region, which covers 11 […]

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Grady Joins Board of Trustees

This October, La Salle’s Trustees welcomed John Grady, ’89, to the Board. As President of the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC), Grady has been integral in changing the landscape of Philadelphia and is proud to have a strong family legacy at La Salle. The Board also honored departing Trustees Susan M. Barrett, ’94, John M. […]

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PECO Recognizes La Salle for Going Green

For years, La Salle has been hard at work to make its campus greener. Through a partnership with Siemens, the University has completed 13 upgrade projects over the past two years, which include installing energy-efficient lighting in Connelly Library, residence halls, and classroom buildings, and converting outdated refrigeration and HVAC systems to newer, environmentally friendly […]

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American Originals on Display

Featuring about 25 drawings, watercolors, and pastels by a range of American artists from the 18th through the 20th centuries, La Salle University Art Museum’s winter exhibition, American Originals: Works on Paper from the Permanent Collection, will be on view from Dec. 16, 2015 through March 4, 2016. Co-curated by Assistant Professor of Art History […]

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Inside Lasallian Business:

In just a few short weeks, faculty, staff, and students in the School of Business will settle into their new space on the corner of Wister Street and Chew Avenue. The newly finished 87,000-square-foot building will welcome about 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students for approximately 125 business courses each semester. But the new building will […]

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Fun at Family Weekend 2015

As always, this year’s Family Weekend in September gave students and their families a chance to make themselves at home on La Salle’s campus and in the City of Brotherly Love. Warm, sunny weather offered the perfect background for an enjoyable open-air trolley ride throughout the city and a spectacular afternoon at the nation’s oldest […]

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Grants

La Salle Has Received the Following Grants: Green Tree Community Health Foundation: $15,000 for the Mature Health Connections Program of the La Salle Neighborhood Nursing Center Image First Uniform Rental Services, Inc.: $15,000 for the Writers Matter Program in Philadelphia Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association: $13,000 for the Nursing at the Backstretch Program of the La […]

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Can You Spot Your Favorite Retired Faculty or Staff Member?

Retired faculty and staff members and their guests returned to campus for a luncheon in the Holroyd Atrium with former colleagues. An annual tradition started by Thomas McCarthy, Ph.D., and the late Charles Halpin, ’43, the luncheon has been giving retirees a chance to reconnect and reminisce since 2004. You may recognize a few of […]

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