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LOYOLA UNIVERSITY NEW ORLEANS: Judge Robin Pittman ‘91, J.D. ‘96,  is recipient of the 2020 Adjutor Hominum Award from the Alumni Association of Loyola University New Orleans. This award recognizes a Loyola graduate whose life exemplifies the values and philosophy of Jesuit education: moral character, service to humanity and unquestionable integrity. Pittman is a criminal court judge and former assistant district attorney in Orleans Parish. She spends much of her time out of chambers in the community, engaged in service to Loyola and visiting local schools to mentor young students. In lieu of a party to celebrate her accomplishment, Pittman has established a sociology scholarship to benefit high-achieving sociology majors with financial need. To contribute, visit giving.loyno.edu/adjutorhominum.

DELGADO COMMUNITY COLLEGE CYBERSECURITY TRAINING: A 4.5-month cybersecurity career training course begins Dec. 7 at Delgado Community College with support from the Capital One Foundation. Those who complete the program will receive credentials

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How, When And Where You Can See Mars, Jupiter, Saturn And A Crescent Moon With Your Naked Eyes

There are few more exquisite sights in all of nature than a slim crescent Moon glistening in twilight. 

Watching our barely-there natural satellite in space sink towards the horizon is a monthly highlight that happens next week, but this time it’s going to be something special. 

MORE FROM FORBESWhat Are Those Three Bright ‘Stars’ Visible At Dusk Each Night? This Is What You’re Seeing

That’s because in the southwestern sky just after sunset, Jupiter and Saturn will also be coming out to play. While you’re delighting at that triumvirate, look southeast and you’ll find Mars. 

Don’t take these planets for granted for soon enough they’ll all be gone from the night sky for many, many months. 

Here’s exactly when and where

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