The University Libraries’ very own university archivist, Kathy Young, and assistant university archivist, Ashley Howdeshell, published a book on Loyola University Chicago’s 150-year history. The book features seldom-seen photographs from the founding of St. Ignatius College in 1870 to the establishment of 21st-century campuses. The book is now available for purchase through Arcadia Publishing (see below).
This year’s theme for National Library Week is Welcome to Your Library, which promotes the vital role that libraries play in offering resources and providing services for all, whether in-person or online. Our University Libraries staff and faculty have worked tirelessly to respond to library users’ needs and to adapt and innovate procedures to support […]
Loyola alumni author James Mastaler, (MA ’08, PhD ’15) shares with us an excerpt from his book, Woven Together: Faith and Justice for the Earth and the Poor, at this month’s Alumni Author Spotlight. The Alumni Author Spotlight video series features brilliant Loyola alumni and affiliated authors throughout the year. Authors share their inspirations as […]
The University Libraries is proud to show you a video of alumna, Connie Fletcher, PhD (CAS ’70), who reads an excerpt from one of her books, What Cops Know. The Alumni Author Spotlight video series features brilliant Loyola alumni and affiliated authors throughout the year. Authors share their inspirations as well as read excerpts from […]