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Book a Trip to the Libraries: Libraries Passport Game

How to Play Welcome Loyola students! We are excited to start the Fall 2019 semester with you and this year we want everyone to visit the libraries and learn about our resources and services. To help guide you around our locations, we created a Loyola Libraries Passport and game with loads of helpful information...
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Movie Staff Picks Part 2

Movie Staff Picks Part 2

Looking for more movie staff picks?  We have two more movie recommendations from Loyola University Chicago Libraries’ student interns from Christ The King (CTK) College Prep.  Select one of the images below to see either Darrell’s or Dae’Sha’s lists. According to CTK student, Kamille, “I wrote my movie reviews as a fun end-of-the-year project...
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Announcing Twentieth Century Religious Thought: Volume IV, Eastern Religions

This recently-released digital text collection includes the doctrines of Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and Jainism from the late 19th century through the 21st century as presented in the writings of Alan Watts, Thich Nhat Hanh, Wendy Doniger, and many more. This collection offers rich primary source material and expands our library’s collection of interfaith studies....
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Announcing Women’s Magazine Archive

Newly available to Loyola researchers seeking insight into the lives and times of American women, look to Women’s Magazine Archive for articles, interviews, editorials, photography, and advertising. Content, dating from the start of the 20th century, comes from magazines such as Good Housekeeping (noted for its focus on family life and the home), Ladies’...
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Announcing Archival Access to the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal

Newly accessible to Loyola researchers in a convenient, searchable online format: Complete content from the Washington Post (1877-2002) and the Wall Street Journal (1889-2001). Winner of more than 60 Pulitzer Prizes for categories from Editorial Writing to National and International Reporting, the Washington Post is widely known as one of America’s most influential newspapers....
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Independence Day Holiday Hours

The Libraries will be closed for the following: Wed. Jul. 3 Closing at 5 PM Thu. Jul. 4 Independence Day Fri. Jul. 5 Independence Day Holiday Sat. Jul. 6 Independence Day Holiday We will reopen on Sunday, July 7th at 12 pm. Find our complete list of hours here.
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