Welcome to the University Libraries blog!

Please log in.

Member Login
Lost your password?

News

Henry J. Hyde Papers at Loyola University Chicago

Henry J. Hyde Papers at Loyola University Chicago

On October 6, 2006, alumnus Henry J. Hyde (JD ’49) donated his papers to Loyola University Chicago as one of the foundation collections for the new Center for Public Service Archives, a special collection of the Loyola libraries and housed in the Center for Public Service. These papers span his 32 years representing Illinois’...
More »

Loyola Libraries involved in two new area consortia

Loyola Libraries involved in two new area consortia

The Loyola libraries are actively involved in two new area consortia, the Black Metropolis Research Consortium (BMRC) and the Chicago Collections Consortium. The BMRC is an unincorporated Chicago-based association of libraries, universities, and other archival institutions with major holdings of materials that document African American and African diasporic culture, history, and politics, with a...
More »

Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice

Loyola Libraries currently has access to a new resource from Gale: The Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice. One of the most inspiring things about working for Loyola University Chicago is the commitment of students, faculty, and staff to social justice issues around the globe.  Now there is an encyclopedia that highlights the many...
More »

Ask the Staff: Kevin Kennedy

Ask the Staff: Kevin Kennedy

The First Thanksgiving By Kevin Kennedy, Business Manager For details on this “Mad Lib” edition of Ask the Staff, read our earlier post. “The first Thanksgiving was actually a PAIR OF LEFT HANDED SCISSORS of the first USED KLEENEX by the ESKIMOS and their ABORIGINAL friends in 1621. The ESKIMOS had come to AZERBAIJAN...
More »

Ask the Staff: Joshua Dumas

Ask the Staff: Joshua Dumas

The First Thanksgiving By Joshua Dumas, Serials Cataloging, Serials Problem Solving For details on this “Mad Lib” edition of Ask the Staff, read our earlier post. “The first Thanksgiving was actually a TRUMPET of the first PENGUIN by the ORNITHOLOGISTS and their MUSICAL friends in 1621. The ORNITHOLOGISTS had come to ICELAND in December...
More »

Ask the Staff: Taya Franklin

The First Thanksgiving By Taya Franklin, Reference Librarian and Bibliographer for Business and Economics For details on this “Mad Lib” edition of Ask the Staff, read our earlier post. “The first Thanksgiving was actually a BALL of the first BENCH by the PIRATES and their CRAZY friends in 1621. The PIRATES had come to...
More »