Graduate Student Newsletter
Mindfully Soak in Nature with a YOGAHike
As we near the holiday season, it is important to take some time for ourselves. Join us at the Cylburn Arboretum on Saturday, December 2nd from 9 to 11 a.m. for an easy 2-mile YogaHike through the lesser-known trails. Together, we can let the woods clear our mental clutter through hiking and the practice of yoga.
The event will be led by a certified yoga instructor, but no previous experience is needed for this hike. Register here no later than November 28th. Normal cost of $25 is reduced to $5 for graduate students and their guests, and includes a pair of GSO gloves.
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Walk the Beautiful Stony Run Trail
Grad students are welcome to join in on a walk on beautiful Stony Run Trail, steps from the Evergreen campus. Reflect on a different area of wellness at each walk. Free registration on The Bridge. The group meets in front of Newman Towers at 10:50am. Contact Katie Benoit for more information at email@example.com or 410-617-2270.
Direct link to Nov. 29 walk registration (Cultural Wellness)
Direct link to Dec. 13 walk registration (Emotional Wellness)
Graduate Tutoring and Coaching Services
The Study provides free academic tutoring, organizational coaching, and academic coaching for enrolled students in any of Loyola’s graduate programs. These services may take place in-person in The Study (Jenkins Hall 301, Evergreen Campus), or they may take place online via ZOOM. If you are interested, please email Dr. Justine F. Khadduri (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information or to schedule a consultation.
The Study is also a wonderful place to work if you are on the Evergreen Campus. Hours are as follows:
Mental Health Task Force
Mental health and well-being is an important part of everyone’s life. In following the Jesuit value cura personalis, the Loyola Mental Health Task Force wishes to foster a community of care for everyone. Click through the website to learn more about resources.
Review the Proposed Strategic Plan Outline
The Loyola University Maryland community has been actively engaged in creating a shared vision for the future of the University. Through the process, which began in the spring of 2022, hundreds of members of our community shared their voices, perspectives, and hopes for Loyola. The input and ideas of the community have shaped what will become the University’s next strategic plan. Last month, President Sawyer presented an overview of the plan to the Loyola community during his State of the University address. Check out this website to review the proposed outline and provide your feedback.