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The committee expects a reasonably close fit between the lecture as proposed, and the lecture as advertised and presented. If the nature or title of the talk changes, you must notify the committee. If the lecture is cancelled, please notify Tarana with CFI at (504) 465-7055 or Lawrence@loyno.edu.
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The faculty sponsor is responsible for all aspects of planning and carrying out the event. Publicity might include fliers, posters, Loyola At A Glance, The Maroon, The Times-Picayune, TV, etc. Please describe in the space provided below the publicity you plan to use for your event.
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