Exhibit of the history of student activism at Mundelein College 1940-1970.
Includes Loyola University Chicago History, Loyola Catalogs, Loyola University Chicago Photograph Collection, Loyola Commencement Programs, and many other special collections.
Open-access, sustainable, and secure resource created to preserve and provide access to research, scholarship, and creative works created by the university community for the benefit of Loyola students, faculty, staff, and the larger academic community. Includes faculty scholarship, digitized theses and dissertations, and yearbooks.
Didactic and additional primary source material to accompany the G is for Gorey—C is for Chicago: The Collection of Thomas Michalak exhibit.
One of the largest dairy farms in Lake County.
Exhibit of Loyola architecture and features.
Images and Photographs from the Jesuitica Collection.
Studies and records of the Society of Jesus 1540-1773.
A historical timeline of Loyola University of Chicago 1870-2013.
A collection of history, traditions and customs of Loyola Univerisity students, staff and faculty.
Photographs of Loyola University.
Exhibits include Activist Mundelein: Civic Engagement at a 20th Century Women's College, Hidden Loyola, Jesuits and the Sciences 1540-1999, Loyola Timeline 1870 - 2013, Loyola Traditions, and Practical Work: Chicago Woman’s Club Reformers, Criminal Women, and Delinquent Children, 1876-1920.
History and work of the Chicago Women's Club.
Photographs by Joe Smajo and others for use in the Loyola News and other student publication.