Loyola friends and family celebrated the Wolfpack at the home of Rhonda Shear and her husband, Van Fagan, in St. Petersburg, Florida. The Sept. 15 event was a fundraiser in support of the School of Mass Communication's J. Michael Early Studio, a multimedia facility to be located in the former Studio A in the Communications/Music Complex.
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SAVE THE DATE
Come be a part of my past! While you may know Rhonda Shear Enterprises, you may not know about my college days. As a newly-inducted member of the Loyola University New Orleans School of Mass Communication's hall of fame, the Den of Distinction, I want to give back to the place where it all began.
So please save the date, Saturday, Sept. 15, 6:30 p.m. for a New Orleans-styled cocktail buffet at my home in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Back in 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. It forced Loyola and the city to reinvent themselves. The School of Mass Communication today is bustling with excitement, offering multimedia journalism, advertising, public relations, visual communication, film, art, and design. It’s a rebirth like I’ve never seen!
But moving forward takes money. I’m asking you to help us educate the next generation of students! Tickets to our party are $500 per couple or $300 per person. Most of it’s tax deductible, of course.
Rhonda and Van Fagan