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La Salle University began the month with an in-person and virtual event.  The annual celebration of peace is here. The 2022 International Lasallian Days for Peace (ILDP) runs from Sept. […]

Faculty and alumni spoke to reporters about the first day of school and the death of Queen Elizabeth II. La Salle received publicity for rankings from U.S. News & World […]

It’s a midterm election year. You can cast a ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Across the country, there are key governor and U.S. Senate races up for grabs. Additionally, every […]

A version of the carillon—another name for the bell-chiming from College Hall’s tower—has existed since the late 1950s. A walk through La Salle University’s Hansen Quad is joined by the […]

La Salle placed in the top-half of national universities overall, and scored well in social mobility, value, and undergraduate nursing. La Salle University is ranked among the top-half of universities […]

Also on the rise? The academic qualifications of this year’s newest Explorers Enrollment of new first-year students at La Salle has increased 13% over the last year, the University announced. […]

Details on their academic backgrounds, geographic roots, and more.  Over a series of sizzling, late-summer days, some of La Salle University’s newest students unpacked their cars, lugged boxes into their […]

In all, nearly 900 students settled into the University’s residence halls. Kalea Albanese, ’26, packed up two vehicles before hitting the road to La Salle University for the first day […]

Joe and Joanne Kitchen earned recognition for their commitment to La Salle.  For Joe and Joanne Kitchen, working at La Salle University is a family affair.   Joe works as a […]

All summer, the New York Yankees have remained baseball’s top team. The New York Daily News highlighted the La Salle alumna who reports on them nightly. Media members also spoke […]