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Easter Break and Finals Extended Hours

Easter Break and Finals Extended Hours

Easter Break, Last Week of 2019 Spring Semester Classes & Finals Hours at the Libraries: April 18 – May 5, 2019 Cudahy Library Easter Break April 18th – 20th, 2019 April 18 (Thu): close at 5PM April 19 (Fri): CLOSED April 20 (Sat): 12PM – 5PM April 21 (Sun): CLOSED Last Week of Spring...
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Announcing the Sunday Times

Announcing the Sunday Times

Loyola researchers have long had access to the Times of London but not to the Sunday edition; this addition makes available the complete newspaper, as published every day of the week, between 1822 and 1985 (Monday through Saturday content has its own date range, 1785 through 1985; Sunday content dates from 1822 to 2016)....
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Lewis Library Event: Game Night

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The University Libraries is hosting Game Night for all Loyola students on Tuesday, April 16 at 6:00 p.m.  Come to play board games, relax before finals, socialize, and win prizes.  Location is in the Corboy Law Center: enter via the Lewis Library on the 6th floor, then proceed to the inner library elevator to...
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Announcing the Archives of Sex and Gender: Sex and Sexuality in the 16th through the 20th Centuries

Announcing the Archives of Sex and Gender: Sex and Sexuality in the 16th through the 20th Centuries

Newly accessible to Loyola researchers is the Archives of Sexuality and Gender: Sex and Sexuality in the 16th through the 20th Centuries, a collection of digital books on historical and social topics related to sexuality and gender. Texts scanned to compose the collection reside in collections as diverse as the British Library and the...
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Libraries Build Strong Communities

As part of our celebration of #NationalLibraryWeek, we’re doing a series on what libraries actually DO to help build strong communities. Check back throughout the week for more! The Loyola Libraries are invested in building strong communities—both on campus and off. We’re not just a library for our students, faculty, and staff—rather, we’re a...
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Libraries Support Equity

As part of our celebration of #NationalLibraryWeek, we’re doing a series on what libraries actually DO to help build strong communities. Check back throughout the week for more! The Loyola Libraries are dedicated to supporting equity. We acknowledge that barriers to entry into academia have existed historically and continue to exist. For that reason,...
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