Tag: Loyola University Chicago Libraries

Welcome Health Sciences Library to the University Libraries

We are happy to announce that the Health Sciences Library (HSL) is now officially part of the University Libraries. This realignment, part of the One Loyola Library (OLL) initiative, is pivotal step toward ensuring more consistent services and access to resources for the entire Loyola community including students, staff, faculty, clinical affiliates, and other user […]

Learn More About: Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day honors the histories, cultures, and perspectives of Indigenous peoples and their ancestors who lived on the land now known as North America. “In 1977 participants at the United Nations International Conference on Discrimination against Indigenous Populations in the Americas proposed that Indigenous Peoples’ Day replace Columbus Day. Indigenous Peoples’ Day recognizes that […]

Alumni Author Spotlight: Greg Murray

Check out our next Alumni Author Spotlight: Greg Murray (BBA ’04) is a photographer and advocate for dogs, especially pit bulls. Greg shares with us an excerpt from one of his books, Pit Bull Heroes. The Alumni Author Spotlight video series features brilliant Loyola alumni and affiliated authors throughout the year. Authors share their inspirations as well as read […]

Dean Ryan’s Favorite Books

Fall semester is well underway, but there’s still a place for leisure reading! Loyola’s Dean of Libraries, Marianne Ryan, shares some of her favorite reads. Les Miserables (Victor Hugo) I don’t read much fiction, but this is my favorite book of all time. A historical novel that examines social and political history in 19th century France, it tells […]

New Video Series: Alumni Author Spotlight

The University Libraries is proud to announce a new video series, Alumni Author Spotlight, where brilliant Loyola alumni and affiliated authors will be featured throughout the year. The authors will share their inspirations as well as read excerpts from their work. The Alumni Author Spotlight is an extension of a special resource, Alumni Authors catalog, […]

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