The Loyola Reporter
 

Document Type

Newspaper

Publication Date

9-15-1980

Abstract

“The Student Newspaper of Loyola Law School, Los Angeles". 1 copy.

Source Publication Volume

4

Source Publication Issue

1

Publisher Statement

A new year, a new paper. The staff box for our first edition has many openings. We are looking for a number of hardy and not so hardy souls who can write, research and find advertisers. We are especially interested in finding second and third year students who are willing to give a few hours a month. As it is the paper can provide essential information about the school. But we'd like to do more. There are a host of stories and articles that beg to be written about subjects dear to our hearts. Some of these beckoning subjects include long hard, looks at the BAR exam, the interview and placement process, a comparison of Southern California Law Schools, an analysis of law students who clerk, and a survey of the community which surrounds the law school. If you have ideas about these or other projects please come by the SBA office, leave a note in our box. Or better yet come to our next meeting in Room T-2 at 4p.m. on Sept. 17.

Editor Emeritus (1954 - ?): Stuart Silverstein, Editor in Chief: Jonathan Mandel, Chief Editor: Mitch Earle, Editor’s Editor: Andy Waxler

Staff Writers: Steve Nichols, Ted Bruinsma, Lisa Kitsuta, Entertainment Writers: Greg Alarcon and Shawn Englert, Cartoonist: Larry Roberts, Photographer: Richard Ferch

Faculty Advisor: Harry Zavos

This newspaper is published monthly by the Loyola Reporter, which takes full responsibility for its content. All inquiries should be addressed to Editor, Loyola Reporter, 1440 W. 9th St., Los Angeles, Calif. All rights reserved.

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