Loyola University Chicago

University Archives & Special Collections

Digital Exhibits

 It's Hell But Here We Are Again

The political cartoons of Art Young are highlighted in this digital exhibit which complements the exhibit on display in the Donovan Reading Room from August 2016 through March 2017.

Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J.

This exhibit highlights the work and travels of Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J., as seen through the lectures on Hopkins given by Raymond V. Schoder, S.J., a former faculty member of Loyola's Classical Studies department. Schoder's lecture notes and selected slides from the Schoder Slide Collection are used to illustrate both Hopkins poetry and travels. 

Edifying and Curious Letters: Jesuit Accounts of the Americas, 1565–1896

Learn about Jesuit explorers, missionaries, educators, and who historians whose accounts of the New World informed Europeans about the new lands and peoples they encountered.

Jesuits & the Sciences, 1540–1999

Highlighting the contributions of the Society of Jesus to the Sciences. Features images from Loyola's rare book collection.

Hidden Loyola

Tour of the hidden niches and corners of buildings and landmarks (both current and former) at the Lake Shore Campus.

Loyola Traditions

Find out about Loyola's traditions.

Loyola Timeline, 1870–2010

Learn about Loyola's History.

G is for Gorey—C is for Chicago: The Collection of Thomas Michalak

An online version of the exhibit which ran at the Loyola University Museum of Art from February–June 2014. This exhibit featured the Edward Gorey collection of Thomas Michalak, now part of the Loyola University of Chicago Archives & Special Collections.