Feminist Formations. , Cesar Chavez: Loyola and Mundelein, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 2018 Immediately following the 7:30PM performance • Mundelein, Palm Court, 4th Floor • Loyola Lake Shore Campus , Color Our Collections 2018, Visiting Archivist from Poland, The Polish Women's Alliance (PWA) and the Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) have teamed up for the PWA Preservation Project. The PWA is one of the oldest fraternal benefit societies founded by women to help them and those they care about establish financial security and economic independence. Click to learn more about ongoing fundraising efforts to preserve the PWA records at the WLA., Winter Break Hours, Politics of the Pantry: Photos, Chicago Open Archives 2017: Hidden Stories , October 26, 2017, Thank you to everyone who attended the 5th Annual Focus on the Book: "Marie Skłodowska Curie: Piecing Together the Historical Puzzle" on October 26, 2017. Helena Pycior, Professor Emerita of the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, presented an interesting program about Marie Skłodowska Curie, renowned scientist and twice Nobel Prize winner, became known as the “healer of cancer.” , Good luck, Megan! We enjoyed having you at the WLA. Melanie Chambliss, BMRC Special Project Intern, will continue processing the Carol Moseley Braun papers. To find out more about Megan’s time at the WLA, please visit our blog. Learn more about the Black Metropolis Research Consortium at bmrc.lib.uchicago.edu. , Want to know how to research at an archives? Find out how to use the Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) in this short video created by Graduate Assistant Ellen Bushong. Lu Wolf, mascot of Loyola University Chicago, experiences the archives first-hand and learns how to use our finding aids, navigate the WLA website, and how to properly handle documents, photos, journals, and much more!, This summer, the BMRC (Black Metropolis Research Consortium)continues, in its third iteration, the Archie Motley Archival Internship Program. This program is designed to provide students of color with opportunities to gain practical work experience in archives management, and to recruit students of color into the archives profession as a means to address the critical issue of the underrepresentation of people of color in the field. Megan Naylor has been named the Archie Motley Archival Intern for summer 2017. Naylor will process the records of Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun, which are housed by BMRC member institution, Loyola University Chicago within the Women in Leadership Archives., Polish Women's Alliance of America Spring Luncheon & Fundraiser for the PWA Archives Preservation Project at Loyola University Chicago: Celebrating Women's Ethnic Voices Please join PWA Council 27 for an interesting event exploring women’s ethnic voices in journalism as we observe UNESCO World Press Freedom Day on Sunday, May 21, 2017., Ramonat scholar Final Colloquium, Women in Politics Event Highlights, Women in Politics: Past & Present, Throughout February, the WLA will be highlighting materials in our collections that celebrate love in all of its various forms. As part of this celebration we will be posting audio recordings of WLA staff reading selections of some of those items on Facebook! Follow this link to our first post here. Be sure to follow us so you don't miss a post!, This year, the WLA received a $5,000 grant from the Illinois State Historical Records Advisory Board (ISHRAB) to put towards the Mundelein College Paper Records Project. Recent LUC graduate, Caroline Gianakopulos has undertaken the task of processing and creating a finding aid of the paper records for the Mundelein Collection. The Mundelein College records document Illinois’ last all women’s college, that operated from 1930-1991., The Illinois State Historical Records Advisory Board (ISHRAB) awarded the Women and Leadership Archives a $5,000 Historical Records Preservation Grant. The grant will be put towards the Mundelein College Paper Records Project. Recent LUC graduate, Caroline Lynd Gianakopulos has been hired to create a finding aid of the paper records for the Mundelein Collection. The finding aid will be published online and cataloged into the world wide library catalog (OCLC). Mundelein College records document Illinois’ last all women’s college, that operated from 1930-1991. Click the image above for more information!, Loyola’s Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities' second Fall 2016 lunchtime program is co-sponsored with the Women and Leadership Archives. The lunchtime program features the WLA's new digital exhibit: Women and Labor: The Story of Mollie West., In fall of 2014, Kathleen Maas Weigert, Ph.D., the first Carolyn Farrell, BVM, Professor, hired Kathleen Ermitage to undertake an oral history project to document the origins of the Loyola University Chicago Peace Studies Program. Its roots lay in Mundelein College, a woman’s college which the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary founded in 1930., Chicago Open Archives is a chance for the public to explore over thirty archives and cultural institutions around the city. During the three-day event, visitors can engage with history and have a chance to talk with archivists, librarians, and curators. The Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) is participating in Chicago Open Archives!This event is free of charge., WLA Content on CCC and CRRA, The WLA Congratulates Parting Graduate Assistant, On Saturday April 23, the organization Mary's Pence, held a reception at Piper Hall for their board meeting, staff, and supporters., BROAD magazine March issue, Women in Science event, March is women's history month! Celebrate and learn at these events taking place throughout the month!, Summer Research Grants 2016 information, The WLA had a recent visit from an Anthropology 396 class. Click to read about their experience., The WLA celebrates Emily Stevens, now a senior at Maine South High School. Emily researched at the WLA for the 2014-2015 season and experienced big successes, advancing to the state level and winning the Margaret Cross Norton Award for the Best Use of Primary Sources. Here’s more about Emily's topic and a chance to view her winning dramatic presentation!, Do you love research, but don’t know where to start? Behold: Explore Chicago Collections., There are guidelines that archivists closely follow when handling and storing photographs. You don’t have to be an archivist to follow these basic guidelines and ensure your photos last well into the future!, On October 3, people gathered at Piper Hall to remember the influential and inspiring leader of the Chicago labor movement., From August 7 to November 15, see materials from the WLA and other archival repositories presented together to tell the stories of Chicago's past., The WLA is participating in Archives Month by weekly features on the website and Facebook page. To get started, here is a post by Director Nancy Freeman, first published in September’s BROAD magazine., A reception will be held on Saturday, October 3 to celebrate the life of the longtime leader of the Chicago Labor Movement and the Illinois Labor History Society, who passed away at the age of 99 on August 7., The WLA has had a busy summer with visits from our two summer research grant recipients, Suzanne Bost and Jillian Plummer., See when the WLA is open, and start planning your visit., The WLA is pleased to announce its 2015 Summer Research Grant Recipients, Suzanne Bost and Jillian Plummer. Click here to learn more!, Curious as to why there is an angel on the side of our page? Click here to learn more!, Spring semester saw two undergraduate history honors students, Adam Mogilesky and Elyse Voyen, interning at the WLA. Click here to learn more about their experiences!, This summer, the WLA said goodbye to graduate assistants Jenny Pederson and Mollie Fullerton who graduated from Loyola's Public History Master's program in May., Check out the latest post from the Lakefront Historian, a student-run public history blog from Chicago: A Reflection on the Mundelein College Drama Department., Here at the Women and Leadership Archives, we know the holidays are coming when the Christmas tree goes up outside Piper Hall. Christmastime at Mundelein College was equally festive, with plenty of opportunities for students to show off their decorating skills year after year. We hope you enjoy these photographs of Mundelein students decking the halls. You might even find some inspiration for your own holiday decorating!, Due to the predicted record-breaking frigid temps, the WLA will be closed Wednesday (1/30) and Thursday (1/31). Regular hours will resume on Friday (2/1). Stay warm!, Check out the calendar of events celebrating Women's History Month at Loyola.Mundelein Academic Dean Mary Patricia Haley, BVM and Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM (Sister Jean), Mundelein College Photograph Collection, 1985, Sister Jean celebrates her 99th birthday on August 21, 2018. Send her a card to: Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, c/o Campus Ministry, Loyola University Chicago, 1032 W. Sheridan Ave., Chicago, IL 60660. And follow the link to see more photos of Sister Jean from her time at Mundelein College., Nancy Freeman, WLA Director, was interviewed by Rebellious Magazine about MuCUBA (Mundelein College United Black Association), quiet leaders, and the stories told through archival materials., One of the our graduate assistants at the WLA, Kate Johnson, is graduating May 2018 with an M.A. in Public History from Loyola University Chicago. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors! [Pictured: Kate Johnson and Nancy Freeman, WLA Director], The UChicago News article, "Students, Scholars Explore African-American Archives in Chicago Libraries" features Megan Naylor, Archie Motley Archival Intern at the WLA last year, along with a photo of her and Melanie Chambliss, current intern at the WLA. Megan and Melanie were both working with the Carol Moseley Braun collection at the WLA., Sunday, April 29, 2018, celebrate the PWA 120th Anniversary with the WLA! A lunch and presentation of the WLA/PWA Preservation Project will take place in the Klarchek Information Commons 4th Floor. , We were happy to have a number of History Fair students research at the WLA this year. One pair of students created this documentary about the Equal Rights Amendment. Check it out here!, The Women and Leadership Archives is pleased to announce completion of an Illinois State Records Advisory Board (ISHRAB) 2016-2017 grant. WLA received a $5,000 grant from ISHRAB to re-organize and make more accessible the records of Mundelein College. The College operated from 1930-1991 and when it closed, was the last all women’s college in Illinois. Loyola’s University Libraries and Gannon Center for Women also contributed funding to the project. Recent Loyola graduate, Caroline Gianakopulos, led the grant project and produced a finding aid, or road map, for the records of Mundelein College. Click here to see the finding aid. A big thank you to ISHRAB and Loyola’s University Libraries and Gannon Center for Women!, Suzanne Bost, PhD, Professor of English and Graduate Program Director of Women's Studies and Gender Studies at Loyola, was the recipient of the 2015 Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) Summer Research Grant. Her research at the WLA culminated in the article, “Identity and Cross-Cultural Empathy: Writing to Sister Maryagnes Curran, O.S.F.” published in the Summer 2017 issue of Feminist Formations. , WLA Director, Nancy Freeman, with Antoinette Trela, Secretary-Treasurer of the Polish Women's Alliance, and Bozena Norwicka McLees, Director of Interdisciplinary Polish Studies at Loyola University Chicago, at an event held to launch fundraising efforts for the project., Thank you to everyone who attended the 5th Annual Focus on the Book: "Marie Skłodowska Curie: Piecing Together the Historical Puzzle" on October 26, 2017. Helena Pycior, Professor Emerita of the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, presented an interesting program about Marie Skłodowska Curie, renowned scientist and twice Nobel Prize winner, became known as the “healer of cancer.” , Want to know how to research at an archives? Find out how to use the Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) in this short video created by Graduate Assistant Ellen Bushong. Lu Wolf, mascot of Loyola University Chicago, experiences the archives first-hand and learns how to use our finding aids, navigate the WLA website, and how to properly handle documents, photos, journals, and much more!, Mundelein students and faculty returning from Freedom March in Selma, Alabama, 1965, WLA Director Nancy Freeman and Caroline Lynd Giannakopoulos, Interns Adam Mogilesky and Elyse Voyen working at the WLA, Check out the latest post from the Lakefront Historian, a student-run public history blog from Chicago: A Reflection on the Mundelein College Drama Department., Here at the Women and Leadership Archives, we know the holidays are coming when the Christmas tree goes up outside Piper Hall. Christmastime at Mundelein College was equally festive, with plenty of opportunities for students to show off their decorating skills year after year. We hope you enjoy these photographs of Mundelein students decking the halls. You might even find some inspiration for your own holiday decorating!, Due to the predicted record-breaking frigid temps, the WLA will be closed Wednesday (1/30) and Thursday (1/31). Regular hours will resume on Friday (2/1). Stay warm!, Check out the calendar of events celebrating Women's History Month at Loyola." /> Feminist Formations. , Cesar Chavez: Loyola and Mundelein, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 2018 Immediately following the 7:30PM performance • Mundelein, Palm Court, 4th Floor • Loyola Lake Shore Campus , Color Our Collections 2018, Visiting Archivist from Poland, The Polish Women's Alliance (PWA) and the Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) have teamed up for the PWA Preservation Project. The PWA is one of the oldest fraternal benefit societies founded by women to help them and those they care about establish financial security and economic independence. Click to learn more about ongoing fundraising efforts to preserve the PWA records at the WLA., Winter Break Hours, Politics of the Pantry: Photos, Chicago Open Archives 2017: Hidden Stories , October 26, 2017, Thank you to everyone who attended the 5th Annual Focus on the Book: "Marie Skłodowska Curie: Piecing Together the Historical Puzzle" on October 26, 2017. Helena Pycior, Professor Emerita of the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, presented an interesting program about Marie Skłodowska Curie, renowned scientist and twice Nobel Prize winner, became known as the “healer of cancer.” , Good luck, Megan! We enjoyed having you at the WLA. Melanie Chambliss, BMRC Special Project Intern, will continue processing the Carol Moseley Braun papers. To find out more about Megan’s time at the WLA, please visit our blog. Learn more about the Black Metropolis Research Consortium at bmrc.lib.uchicago.edu. , Want to know how to research at an archives? Find out how to use the Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) in this short video created by Graduate Assistant Ellen Bushong. Lu Wolf, mascot of Loyola University Chicago, experiences the archives first-hand and learns how to use our finding aids, navigate the WLA website, and how to properly handle documents, photos, journals, and much more!, This summer, the BMRC (Black Metropolis Research Consortium)continues, in its third iteration, the Archie Motley Archival Internship Program. This program is designed to provide students of color with opportunities to gain practical work experience in archives management, and to recruit students of color into the archives profession as a means to address the critical issue of the underrepresentation of people of color in the field. Megan Naylor has been named the Archie Motley Archival Intern for summer 2017. Naylor will process the records of Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun, which are housed by BMRC member institution, Loyola University Chicago within the Women in Leadership Archives., Polish Women's Alliance of America Spring Luncheon & Fundraiser for the PWA Archives Preservation Project at Loyola University Chicago: Celebrating Women's Ethnic Voices Please join PWA Council 27 for an interesting event exploring women’s ethnic voices in journalism as we observe UNESCO World Press Freedom Day on Sunday, May 21, 2017., Ramonat scholar Final Colloquium, Women in Politics Event Highlights, Women in Politics: Past & Present, Throughout February, the WLA will be highlighting materials in our collections that celebrate love in all of its various forms. As part of this celebration we will be posting audio recordings of WLA staff reading selections of some of those items on Facebook! Follow this link to our first post here. Be sure to follow us so you don't miss a post!, This year, the WLA received a $5,000 grant from the Illinois State Historical Records Advisory Board (ISHRAB) to put towards the Mundelein College Paper Records Project. Recent LUC graduate, Caroline Gianakopulos has undertaken the task of processing and creating a finding aid of the paper records for the Mundelein Collection. The Mundelein College records document Illinois’ last all women’s college, that operated from 1930-1991., The Illinois State Historical Records Advisory Board (ISHRAB) awarded the Women and Leadership Archives a $5,000 Historical Records Preservation Grant. The grant will be put towards the Mundelein College Paper Records Project. Recent LUC graduate, Caroline Lynd Gianakopulos has been hired to create a finding aid of the paper records for the Mundelein Collection. The finding aid will be published online and cataloged into the world wide library catalog (OCLC). Mundelein College records document Illinois’ last all women’s college, that operated from 1930-1991. Click the image above for more information!, Loyola’s Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities' second Fall 2016 lunchtime program is co-sponsored with the Women and Leadership Archives. The lunchtime program features the WLA's new digital exhibit: Women and Labor: The Story of Mollie West., In fall of 2014, Kathleen Maas Weigert, Ph.D., the first Carolyn Farrell, BVM, Professor, hired Kathleen Ermitage to undertake an oral history project to document the origins of the Loyola University Chicago Peace Studies Program. Its roots lay in Mundelein College, a woman’s college which the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary founded in 1930., Chicago Open Archives is a chance for the public to explore over thirty archives and cultural institutions around the city. During the three-day event, visitors can engage with history and have a chance to talk with archivists, librarians, and curators. The Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) is participating in Chicago Open Archives!This event is free of charge., WLA Content on CCC and CRRA, The WLA Congratulates Parting Graduate Assistant, On Saturday April 23, the organization Mary's Pence, held a reception at Piper Hall for their board meeting, staff, and supporters., BROAD magazine March issue, Women in Science event, March is women's history month! Celebrate and learn at these events taking place throughout the month!, Summer Research Grants 2016 information, The WLA had a recent visit from an Anthropology 396 class. Click to read about their experience., The WLA celebrates Emily Stevens, now a senior at Maine South High School. Emily researched at the WLA for the 2014-2015 season and experienced big successes, advancing to the state level and winning the Margaret Cross Norton Award for the Best Use of Primary Sources. Here’s more about Emily's topic and a chance to view her winning dramatic presentation!, Do you love research, but don’t know where to start? Behold: Explore Chicago Collections., There are guidelines that archivists closely follow when handling and storing photographs. You don’t have to be an archivist to follow these basic guidelines and ensure your photos last well into the future!, On October 3, people gathered at Piper Hall to remember the influential and inspiring leader of the Chicago labor movement., From August 7 to November 15, see materials from the WLA and other archival repositories presented together to tell the stories of Chicago's past., The WLA is participating in Archives Month by weekly features on the website and Facebook page. To get started, here is a post by Director Nancy Freeman, first published in September’s BROAD magazine., A reception will be held on Saturday, October 3 to celebrate the life of the longtime leader of the Chicago Labor Movement and the Illinois Labor History Society, who passed away at the age of 99 on August 7., The WLA has had a busy summer with visits from our two summer research grant recipients, Suzanne Bost and Jillian Plummer., See when the WLA is open, and start planning your visit., The WLA is pleased to announce its 2015 Summer Research Grant Recipients, Suzanne Bost and Jillian Plummer. Click here to learn more!, Curious as to why there is an angel on the side of our page? Click here to learn more!, Spring semester saw two undergraduate history honors students, Adam Mogilesky and Elyse Voyen, interning at the WLA. Click here to learn more about their experiences!, This summer, the WLA said goodbye to graduate assistants Jenny Pederson and Mollie Fullerton who graduated from Loyola's Public History Master's program in May., Check out the latest post from the Lakefront Historian, a student-run public history blog from Chicago: A Reflection on the Mundelein College Drama Department., Here at the Women and Leadership Archives, we know the holidays are coming when the Christmas tree goes up outside Piper Hall. Christmastime at Mundelein College was equally festive, with plenty of opportunities for students to show off their decorating skills year after year. We hope you enjoy these photographs of Mundelein students decking the halls. You might even find some inspiration for your own holiday decorating!, Due to the predicted record-breaking frigid temps, the WLA will be closed Wednesday (1/30) and Thursday (1/31). Regular hours will resume on Friday (2/1). Stay warm!, Check out the calendar of events celebrating Women's History Month at Loyola." /> Feminist Formations. , Cesar Chavez: Loyola and Mundelein, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 2018 Immediately following the 7:30PM performance • Mundelein, Palm Court, 4th Floor • Loyola Lake Shore Campus , Color Our Collections 2018, Visiting Archivist from Poland, The Polish Women's Alliance (PWA) and the Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) have teamed up for the PWA Preservation Project. The PWA is one of the oldest fraternal benefit societies founded by women to help them and those they care about establish financial security and economic independence. Click to learn more about ongoing fundraising efforts to preserve the PWA records at the WLA., Winter Break Hours, Politics of the Pantry: Photos, Chicago Open Archives 2017: Hidden Stories , October 26, 2017, Thank you to everyone who attended the 5th Annual Focus on the Book: "Marie Skłodowska Curie: Piecing Together the Historical Puzzle" on October 26, 2017. Helena Pycior, Professor Emerita of the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, presented an interesting program about Marie Skłodowska Curie, renowned scientist and twice Nobel Prize winner, became known as the “healer of cancer.” , Good luck, Megan! We enjoyed having you at the WLA. Melanie Chambliss, BMRC Special Project Intern, will continue processing the Carol Moseley Braun papers. To find out more about Megan’s time at the WLA, please visit our blog. Learn more about the Black Metropolis Research Consortium at bmrc.lib.uchicago.edu. , Want to know how to research at an archives? Find out how to use the Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) in this short video created by Graduate Assistant Ellen Bushong. Lu Wolf, mascot of Loyola University Chicago, experiences the archives first-hand and learns how to use our finding aids, navigate the WLA website, and how to properly handle documents, photos, journals, and much more!, This summer, the BMRC (Black Metropolis Research Consortium)continues, in its third iteration, the Archie Motley Archival Internship Program. This program is designed to provide students of color with opportunities to gain practical work experience in archives management, and to recruit students of color into the archives profession as a means to address the critical issue of the underrepresentation of people of color in the field. Megan Naylor has been named the Archie Motley Archival Intern for summer 2017. Naylor will process the records of Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun, which are housed by BMRC member institution, Loyola University Chicago within the Women in Leadership Archives., Polish Women's Alliance of America Spring Luncheon & Fundraiser for the PWA Archives Preservation Project at Loyola University Chicago: Celebrating Women's Ethnic Voices Please join PWA Council 27 for an interesting event exploring women’s ethnic voices in journalism as we observe UNESCO World Press Freedom Day on Sunday, May 21, 2017., Ramonat scholar Final Colloquium, Women in Politics Event Highlights, Women in Politics: Past & Present, Throughout February, the WLA will be highlighting materials in our collections that celebrate love in all of its various forms. As part of this celebration we will be posting audio recordings of WLA staff reading selections of some of those items on Facebook! Follow this link to our first post here. Be sure to follow us so you don't miss a post!, This year, the WLA received a $5,000 grant from the Illinois State Historical Records Advisory Board (ISHRAB) to put towards the Mundelein College Paper Records Project. Recent LUC graduate, Caroline Gianakopulos has undertaken the task of processing and creating a finding aid of the paper records for the Mundelein Collection. The Mundelein College records document Illinois’ last all women’s college, that operated from 1930-1991., The Illinois State Historical Records Advisory Board (ISHRAB) awarded the Women and Leadership Archives a $5,000 Historical Records Preservation Grant. The grant will be put towards the Mundelein College Paper Records Project. Recent LUC graduate, Caroline Lynd Gianakopulos has been hired to create a finding aid of the paper records for the Mundelein Collection. The finding aid will be published online and cataloged into the world wide library catalog (OCLC). Mundelein College records document Illinois’ last all women’s college, that operated from 1930-1991. Click the image above for more information!, Loyola’s Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities' second Fall 2016 lunchtime program is co-sponsored with the Women and Leadership Archives. The lunchtime program features the WLA's new digital exhibit: Women and Labor: The Story of Mollie West., In fall of 2014, Kathleen Maas Weigert, Ph.D., the first Carolyn Farrell, BVM, Professor, hired Kathleen Ermitage to undertake an oral history project to document the origins of the Loyola University Chicago Peace Studies Program. Its roots lay in Mundelein College, a woman’s college which the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary founded in 1930., Chicago Open Archives is a chance for the public to explore over thirty archives and cultural institutions around the city. During the three-day event, visitors can engage with history and have a chance to talk with archivists, librarians, and curators. The Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) is participating in Chicago Open Archives!This event is free of charge., WLA Content on CCC and CRRA, The WLA Congratulates Parting Graduate Assistant, On Saturday April 23, the organization Mary's Pence, held a reception at Piper Hall for their board meeting, staff, and supporters., BROAD magazine March issue, Women in Science event, March is women's history month! Celebrate and learn at these events taking place throughout the month!, Summer Research Grants 2016 information, The WLA had a recent visit from an Anthropology 396 class. Click to read about their experience., The WLA celebrates Emily Stevens, now a senior at Maine South High School. Emily researched at the WLA for the 2014-2015 season and experienced big successes, advancing to the state level and winning the Margaret Cross Norton Award for the Best Use of Primary Sources. Here’s more about Emily's topic and a chance to view her winning dramatic presentation!, Do you love research, but don’t know where to start? Behold: Explore Chicago Collections., There are guidelines that archivists closely follow when handling and storing photographs. You don’t have to be an archivist to follow these basic guidelines and ensure your photos last well into the future!, On October 3, people gathered at Piper Hall to remember the influential and inspiring leader of the Chicago labor movement., From August 7 to November 15, see materials from the WLA and other archival repositories presented together to tell the stories of Chicago's past., The WLA is participating in Archives Month by weekly features on the website and Facebook page. To get started, here is a post by Director Nancy Freeman, first published in September’s BROAD magazine., A reception will be held on Saturday, October 3 to celebrate the life of the longtime leader of the Chicago Labor Movement and the Illinois Labor History Society, who passed away at the age of 99 on August 7., The WLA has had a busy summer with visits from our two summer research grant recipients, Suzanne Bost and Jillian Plummer., See when the WLA is open, and start planning your visit., The WLA is pleased to announce its 2015 Summer Research Grant Recipients, Suzanne Bost and Jillian Plummer. Click here to learn more!, Curious as to why there is an angel on the side of our page? Click here to learn more!, Spring semester saw two undergraduate history honors students, Adam Mogilesky and Elyse Voyen, interning at the WLA. Click here to learn more about their experiences!, This summer, the WLA said goodbye to graduate assistants Jenny Pederson and Mollie Fullerton who graduated from Loyola's Public History Master's program in May., Check out the latest post from the Lakefront Historian, a student-run public history blog from Chicago: A Reflection on the Mundelein College Drama Department., Here at the Women and Leadership Archives, we know the holidays are coming when the Christmas tree goes up outside Piper Hall. Christmastime at Mundelein College was equally festive, with plenty of opportunities for students to show off their decorating skills year after year. We hope you enjoy these photographs of Mundelein students decking the halls. You might even find some inspiration for your own holiday decorating!, Due to the predicted record-breaking frigid temps, the WLA will be closed Wednesday (1/30) and Thursday (1/31). Regular hours will resume on Friday (2/1). Stay warm!, Check out the calendar of events celebrating Women's History Month at Loyola." />

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