Tag: National Library Week

Find the Library at Your Place

Lewis Library: Now & Then Each year, National Library Week occupies a time and space in April. Themes are chosen to represent how libraries impact our lives, usually many months before the actual week. That’s why, this year’s theme may have seemed a bit ironic (don’t you think?) due to the current pandemic that’s engulfing […]

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 research […]

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