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On a mission to help others

Loyola alum Margaret Rusch (front row, second from left) poses with fellow Peace Corps volunteers and members of the village in Cambodia where she is serving. She and the other volunteers help teach sanitation, nutrition, and women’s health.
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Victory over Bradley marks inaugural Arch Madness

Victory over Bradley marks inaugural Arch Madness

On March 6, over 300 Loyola alumni and students converged on St. Louis for Loyola’s inaugural performance at Arch Madness, the Missouri Valley Conference men’s basketball championship tournament. In their opening-round match-up against Bradley, the lower-rated Ramblers emerged victorious 74–72, after freshman Milton Doyle sunk a buzzer-beating three-pointer. Read more

‘TODAY’ visits Loyola to discuss Pope’s one-year anniversary

‘TODAY’ visits Loyola to discuss Pope’s one-year anniversary

Thursday marked the one-year anniversary of Pope Francis’s election as the leader of the Catholic Church. NBC’s “TODAY” show came to Loyola to get students’ thoughts on his papacy and find out what they think about “The Francis Effect.”

Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey

Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey

Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey and G is for Gorey—C is for Chicago: The Collection of Thomas Michalak. Both provide an in-depth look at influential Chicago artist Edward Gorey, whose work was known for cautionary tales, dry wit, and characters costumed in the Edwardian style. Both exhibitions run through June 15, 2014. Don't miss your chance to see them!

New SOC Alumni Magazine

New SOC Alumni Magazine

One school. Four majors. Endless possibilities. Scroll through the pages of Compass, an online magazine produced by School of Communication students. It profiles alumni who have successful careers in various communication fields including journalism, advertising, public relations, and nonprofit organizations.

President responds to Higher Education Act

President responds to Higher Education Act

In this editorial Loyola President Fr. Michael J. Garanzini, SJ suggests reforms for institutions of higher education that will make operations more transparent and institutions more competitive, which should drive a reduction in costs, or at least hold them down.

University Libraries digitize Loyola theses and dissertations

The University Libraries have undertaken a project to digitize and make available online all theses and dissertations written by Loyola graduates. The project began with theses and dissertations published in 1924 and staff are currently digitizing documents in the mid-1960’s.

LUMA receives accreditation

LUMA receives accreditation

The Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) has received accreditation—the highest national recognition for a museum—from the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). Accreditation signifies a mark of excellence to the museum community, government agencies, cultural funders, and the museum-going public.

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