Learn more about the Music Therapy Program at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Music & Fine Arts. Interviews with music therapy coordinator, Vicky Vega, and professor, Joy Allen, as well as students from the music therapy program.
Philip & Ellen Frohnmayer have taught at Loyola University since 1982. Former students gathered in June 2011 to celebrate music and life with the Frohnmayer Reunion. The Frohnmayer Reunion also marked the establishment of the Frohnmayer Legacy Fund, a new fund which will be used to fund the voice program at Loyola University in the future.
The First-Year Experience program is anchored in small academic seminars taught by leading teacher-scholars. The seminars introduce you to college-level thinking and learning and to Loyola’s Jesuit tradition under the overarching theme “thinking critically, acting justly.” The courses are interdisciplinary and focus on questions of enduring value in the context of subject matter ranging from medieval monsters to protest and pop music, from violence in the media to American dreams.
Loyola instructor Lisa Martin hosts a panel discussion with WWL radio's Jim Henderson, the Times Picayune's Jeff Duncan, the New Orleans Saints' Michael Lewis, and Loyola's own President Emeritus, Father James Carter S.J. about the New Orleans Saints and their unique relationship with the city of New Orleans.