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La Salle’s community chronicled the start of the spring semester with visuals of campus on social media. Students, faculty, and staff who returned to La Salle University in January observed […]

To the La Salle community, This spring’s Academic Enrichment Days represent a break from our class schedules and Zoom meetings. We all need these breaks as we deal with the […]

Two senior leaders have been added to La Salle University’s Executive Cabinet, President Colleen M. Hanycz, Ph.D., announced in a Feb. 2 message to the La Salle community. Tim O’Shaughnessy, […]

Rest as Resistance is the focus of La Salle’s Feb. 9 academic enrichment day. Combatting racism through rest may seem paradoxical, particularly after the events of 2020 made clear a […]

To the University community, It’s my hope that, two weeks into this semester, all is well and you have found a new routine that is working through these unusual days. […]

Faculty, students, and alumni from La Salle University spoke with the media about Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy, the futures of American health care and the hospitality industry, and much […]

What’s an entry test? What’s a surveillance test? Do you know the difference? La Salle University, in returning to an in-person experience for the Spring 2021 semester, is taking measures […]

First-year students at La Salle University explore common interests and form bonds through the campus’ Living Learning Communities. There are many opportunities at La Salle University for first-year students to […]

As an academic community, La Salle University is committed to providing students with a curriculum that integrates the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. A number of courses offered in […]

R. Scott Cook, D.O., joined the University in November. He is part of a leadership team guiding La Salle’s efforts to keep the campus community safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. […]