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Alumni Author Spotlight: Michele Fitzpatrick

We are pleased to shine the Loyola University Chicago Libraries Alumni Author Spotlight on Michele Fitzpatrick (Mundelein 1972) and one of her books, Snag The Moon, an offbeat contemporary romance about two middle-aged misfits who are drawn together to rescue nursing home residents from a greedy CEO. The Alumni Author Spotlight video series features brilliant Loyola alumni and […]

Learn more about: Filipino American History Month

“The celebration of Filipino American History Month in October commemorates the first recorded presence of Filipinos in the continental United States, which occurred on October 18, 1587, when ‘Luzones Indios’ came ashore from the Spanish galleon Nuestra Senora de Esperanza and landed at what is now Morro Bay, California. In 2009, U.S. Congress recognized October as Filipino American History Month in […]

Learn More About: Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day honors the histories, cultures, and perspectives of Indigenous peoples and their ancestors who lived on the land now known as North America. “In 1977 participants at the United Nations International Conference on Discrimination against Indigenous Populations in the Americas proposed that Indigenous Peoples’ Day replace Columbus Day. Indigenous Peoples’ Day recognizes that […]

New Book by School of Education Faculty

University Libraries is pleased to support and collaborate with the School of Education in recognition of their faculty’s recently published book, Inclusive Texts in Elementary Classrooms. We will be celebrating with authors, Dr. Amy Heineke and Dr. Aimee Papola-Ellis, at a book launch on Thursday, September 22. Many of the books referenced in Inclusive Texts […]

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