Tag: National Library Week

Libraries Support Intellectual Freedom

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! Intellectual freedom allows people access the information they need without restrictions and with an expectation of privacy. These are important values at Loyola, as they are at […]

Gilmour’s Connections Café Dedication: April 12

Please join us for the dedication of Gilmour’s Connections Café. Peter Gilmour, D. Min. is a Loyola alum (BS ’64, MRE ’71); professor emeritus, Institute of Pastoral Studies; and board member of the Friends of the Loyola Libraries. Complimentary bagels & coffee are generously provided by Aramark. Wednesday, April 12, 2017 8:30-10:30AM Connections Café • […]

Back To Top