Loyola mag’s Top 10 stories of 2018

By Molly Cochran

Through the course of the year, Loyola magazine has told many stories about the Loyola University Maryland community.

Counting down to the top story of the year, here are the 10 most read stories by our readers during 2018…

10. The power of the story: Author of Black Hawk Down, Mark Bowden, ’73, began his writing career at Loyola

Author of Black Hawk Down, Mark Bowden, '73, began his writing career at Loyola

9. Loyola Ready: Loyola embraces the deep and important connections between the liberal arts and career and vocational planning

Eileen Simonson Hiebler, ’95, associate director of career connections, meets with sophomore Serina Addona, ’20

8. Loyola grad tells Puerto Rico’s story in wake of Hurricane Maria: Nicholas Brown, ’07, reports on Puerto Rico’s economic and humanitarian crises for Thomson Reuters

A destroyed home in Salinas, Puerto Rico, on September 29.

7. Protect and serve: Loyola’s new director of public safety draws on experience in military, police, and higher education

Adrian Black, Loyola’s new director of public safety, has worked in the public safety industry for more than 20 years.

6. Self-taught coder and career changer Ashley Jean, ’14, works to inspire others interested in STEM

Ashley Jean, '14

5. Greyhound Entrepreneur: Sophomore business owner helps bring TEDx to Loyola

Quinn Cosgrave, ’20, founder of Labrador Technology

4. Greyhound at the Games: 2017 grad captures coverage of 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang

Bob Trosset, ’17, in South Korea covers the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang.

3. Meet Loyola’s 2018 Fulbright Award Winners: Greyhounds to study a variety of topics in Japan, France, and the United Kingdom

Sandy Abboud, ’18, Hunter Flynn, ’18, and Michelle Reilly, ’20

2. Clothing for a cause: 2016 grad’s Chesapeake-inspired apparel company partners to protect the Bay

Photos courtesy of Matthew Wilmer, '16, and Chesapeake Collection

1. Campus Couples: “They’re married?” Spreading love one Loyola couple at a time

Mike Clark and Kate Grubb Clark, ’99, M.A.’07

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