The Loyola University Chicago Libraries was selected to receive a competitive grant from the American Library Association (ALA) for the Great Stories Club, a thematic reading and discussion program designed for at-risk teens and young adults. As one of 58 U.S. libraries and 96 grant recipients selected from across the county, Research and Learning Librarian, […]
Innovations in Language, Emotion, and Empathy Research is a digital exhibit celebrating the forgotten contributions to psychology by Professor Vincent V. Herr, S.J. and his colleagues in the mid-20th century. Exhibit items include an early model of a word association test, and images and information about a unique instrument built to measure emotional responses. In […]
This summer, the Loyola Information Commons (IC), Cudahy Library, and the Women and Leadership Archives in Piper Hall will be undergoing refresh and construction that will affect your visit to our spaces. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, guests, and community members are welcome to use the library during building hours. We want to ensure your safety, […]
The University Libraries is grateful for Stephen Titra’s gift of his original artwork to represent the Alumni Authors Collection. Stephen (BS 1968) has been a painter, illustrator, musician and artist-in-residence for his entire professional life. He is also an author and illustrator of Be Nice to Spiders, be Kind to Snakes: And 26 Other Songs. […]
We are pleased to present our latest University Libraries Impact Report. View our 2021-2022 Impact Report and discover our activities and achievements from 2021-2022. The report demonstrates the diverse ways we support the Loyola community and how we contribute to fulfilling Loyola’s mission.
The Information Commons has been the home of the St. Ignatius of Loyola statue since it opened in 2008. On March 9, Facilities staff moved the statue through the IC east doors. The library services were not impacted. The University will find a new outdoor spot for the St. Ignatius statue, so be on the […]