JFRC Library Makes New Ties

The John Felice Rome Center Library is reaching out to other cultural and academic institution’s libraries to enrich access to collections and materials which will enhance students’ and faculties’ studies in Rome. Rome is a city rich in history and dedicated to preservation. At present the Rome Library community has access to the Italian Senate […]

We Recommend – Switching Time

Switching Time: A Doctor’s Harrowing Story of Treating a Woman with 17 Personalities by Richard Baer Switching Time: A Doctor’s Harrowing Story of Treating a Woman with 17 Personalities by Richard Baer is a fascinating true story by a therapist who helped a Chicago woman, called Karen, integrate 17 discrete personalities she developed to protect […]

Access Newspaper Archive

Loyola Libraries now has a current subscription to Access Newspaper Archive. Previously, the libraries utilized a free version of this database, but with the subscription we receive advanced searching capabilities, the inclusion of Illinois newspapers, and off-campus access.  This database is a great source for historical information; going back to 1759 in some publications. For […]

Meet the Staff: Susan Wardzala

Title of your position: Criminal Justice/Social Work Librarian Why did you choose to become a Librarian? I worked in a library as an undergraduate and enjoyed it. What is your educational background? An Associates Degree in Psychology from Mesa State University, a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma and a degree in […]

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