Every year, the Advancement Division and University Marketing and Communication produce several publications to keep our alumni and donor communities engaged with happenings at Loyola. Below please find an archive of some of these communications.
Click below to access past issues, or view the current online version at LUC.edu/Loyolamagazine
Loyolans tackle the complex challenges related to crime in our community, including victim suffering, police reform, and rehabilitating offenders. Plus a look at Arrupe College's first graduating class.
Twenty years after fleeing Cuba's Communist regime, a mother and daughter graduate side by side; plus Father Jerry Overbeck's 40 years at Loyola, a Bosnian War refugee shares her story, and how to restore civil discourse in a polarized political climate.
Loyola's partnerships with local schools help to advance education for both the University and the community; plus Jo Ann Rooney's first 100 days as president, alumni offer career advice to current students, and a look at one culture's unique rituals for honoring the dead.
Introducing new Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD; plus efforts to improve community health, one of Loyola's early sustainability pioneers, and the story of a doctor's personal and professional battles against cancer
How today's Loyola students are continuing a longstanding tradition of activism on campus; plus faculty members focus on social justice, student athletes shine in the classroom, and alumni take center stage on reality TV
Arrupe College opens doors for students from underserved communities; plus the life-changing benefits of a college education, Plan 2020 launches, and the 2015 President's Report
Celebrating the 14-year presidency of Michael Garanzini, S.J.; plus meet a civil rights activist, a Chicago sports anchor, and a passionate young social worker
A World War II veteran leads a life of breaking barriers; plus remembering the Salvadoran martyrs, the new bells of Madonna della Strada, and the 2014 President's Report
Charles Wittingham's journey from Loyola to LIFE magazine; plus Shane Davis leads the men's volleyball team to the NCAA Championship, CNN reporter Susan Candiotti, and the benefits of animal therapy
Two alums help convert farmland back to an organic state; plus an alum fights for water rights, uncovering an 18-th century anatomical sculptor, and how one woman changed the face of health care in a Chicago neighborhood
Loyola then and now; plus insights on facing breast cancer, Loyola's Life After Innocence project, and the impact of garbage in the Chicago River
Introducing the Institute for Environmental Sustainability; plus brewing beer with purpose, inside University Archives & Special Collections, and a nurse's outreach to people living with HIV/AIDS
The Damen Student Center opens; plus understanding the mysteries of the universe, a doctor on call when disaster strikes, and tracking trends in local dining
Mundelein reborn; plus one high school principal's transformative leadership and the 2012 President's Report
Introducing the Michael R. Quinlan School of Business; plus a visit from the Dalai Lama
Los Lobos de Loyola statue unveiled; plus alumni turn their love of bow ties into a charitable endeavor
Health Sciences magazines
The life of a first-year med student then and now, plus new research advances on campus and the daily struggles of a jailhouse doctor
Stritch Medicine 2016
Stritch faculty, students, and alumni address community health disparities in and around Chicago, the new Center for Translational Research and Education opens, and a third-generation alumna continues a family legacy of health care
Students get an opportunity to practice nursing in the local community and around the world, research focuses on food deserts, and an alumnus looks at nutrition in Cambodia
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Fall/Winter 2017 (first issue in the new design)
Getting to know Dr. Andrews, a unique summer internship and other summer experiences, Ricci Scholars, the Scott and Joan Sullivan Faculty Fellowship, and James L. Centner, Jr. wins the Felice Award.
New director named, Michael Andrews' letter to Dr. Rooney, first visiting summer research fellow, and ProLaw program expands.
Students participate in the Fusion Experience, Katie Vogelheim receives the 2016 Felice Award, married alumni reflect on love at first sight in Rome, and an Avanti! campaign update.
Director Emilio Iodice steps down, alumni reflect on being in Rome during the Vietnam War, a day in the life of a JFRC student, and the Scott and Joan Sullivan Faculty Development Fund
New and improved spaces at the JFRC, a farewell from the Alumni Board president, Anthony Piazza receives the 2015 Felice Award, and a winemaker reflects on his time in Rome
Avanti! campaign information; alumni hot spots, a JFRC all-class reunion memories
Insieme per il futuro, farewell to Dr. Susana Cavallo, and the donor honor roll
An alum remembers rescuing artwork during the Arno River flood of 1966, a new career mentoring program, a map of JFRC alumni in the U.S., and an alum who put down roots in Rome
The JFRC receives a record million-dollar gift, Rome students harvest and press olives, plus memories from 1972 and the 2013 donor honor roll
Celebrating the Rome Center’s 50th anniversary; Insieme per il futuro update, and the 2012 donor honor roll
JFRC alumna Jane Tracy builds a life in Europe; plus Felice’s Roman Style Pizza in Chicago and the 2011 donor honor roll
Summer 2012 (50th anniversary issue)
Celebrating 50 years of the JFRC, reflections from alumni, and planned giving to the Rome Center
Transformations at the Rome Center; giving to Insieme per il futuro, discovering Italy’s antiquities, and inspiring foreign service
Renovating the Rome Center, planning charitable gifts, two new JFRC programs, and an alum becomes an international educator
Summer 2010 (Insieme launch)
Announcing the Insieme per il futuro campaign, planned giving to the JFRC, and the second All-Class Reunion
Bidding Rinaldo and Nella Fiorini farewell; in memoriam of Flaminia Addis, JFRC donor profiles, and the donor honor roll
Special edition 2008 (John Felice memorial)
A special tribute to John Felice: celebrating his life a year after his passing
Gift Planning newsletters
Donating stock, profiling donors who gave in memory of loved ones; and the legacy a generous Gannon alumna left for future leaders
Gift options with real estate, plus a donor profile on alumni Michael Lichter (MD '87) and Valerie Atkins (MD '87); and the Tamara Rodriguez Scholarship Fund
Planning your legacy; plus a donor profile on Dr. Margarite Angelopoulos, resident LUHS ‘94; and the gift of studying abroad
Charitable gift annuities, profiling donors Robert (MD ‘85) and Pamela Munson, and the impact of the Robert R. Otremba Chemistry Scholarship
Investing in your future through giving, support for the Gannon Center, and the James Blake Patterson Scholarship
Estate planning, exploring the Carbon Scholars program, and sustaining the legacy of Sister Ann Ida Gannon
Making year-end charitable decisions; the value of generosity, and Chuck Whittingham’s (BS ‘51) passion for liberal arts education
Taking advantage of low interest rates and uncertain markets; Pat Wozniak’s (BSN ‘59) scholarship gift, and supporting the John Felice Rome Center
Gift annuities, a closer look at the Nagle Family Medical Student Scholarship Fund, and a beloved professor’s final gift
Creative giving plans, a Cuban refugee becoming a Mundelein alumna, and alumni passing on family legacy to students
Debunking myths about wills; plus the Watanuki Scholarship Endowment, and giving to the John Felice Rome Center
Charitable bequests, the Wendy J. Barr Endowed Scholarship in Nursing, and a new theater at the Lake Shore Campus
Charitable gift annuities, the Loyola Travel Program, and an honored educator giving back to her alma mater
The James K. L. Choy, MD Scholarship Fund, a lifetime of service to the JFRC, and a gift for Loyola’s Graduate School of Business
An estate-planning quiz, a bequest of priceless antique violins, volunteering in Haiti, and a gift to the Stritch School of Medicine
Safeguarding your records and documents, the Raymond E. Hillmer, MD, Scholarship, and a gift to the School of Business Administration