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One Book, One Chicago: I’ll Take You There

Please join us for the One Book, One Chicago discussion of I’ll Take You There: Mavis Staples, The Staple Singers and the Music That Shaped the Civil Rights Era by Greg Kot. Chicago Public Library’s Janette Kopacz (Loyola alum) will moderate the discussion. Thursday, October 26, 2017 2-3:30 p.m. Corboy Law Center • Room...
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Library Workshop: How to Quote: Using Other People’s Work to Strengthen Your Own

Library Workshop: How to Quote: Using Other People’s Work to Strengthen Your Own Tuesday, October 3, 2017 4:00pm - 4:30pm So you’ve found a source, but how do you properly fit it into your work? The art of quotation is a delicate balance between the extremes of uselessness and plagiarism. This workshop will cover methods of finding...
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Fall Break Hours

Fall Break (October 9 & 10, 2017) There are no classes on Monday (10/9) and Tuesday (10/10), but the Libraries are still open! See below for the adjusted hours during Fall Break. CUDAHY LIBRARY Sat-Sun (10/7–10/8): 10AM – 5PM Mon (10/9): 8AM – 10PM Tue (10/10): 7AM – 12AM KLARCHEK INFORMATION COMMONS Sat-Sun (10/7–10/8):...
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Did You Know? Stream the Criterion Collection, Indie & Foreign Movies for Free in Kanopy!

Did You Know? The library subscribes to an online streaming database called Kanopy Streaming Video that contains the Criterion Collection, documentaries and a wide variety of both indie and world cinema. You’ve been studying all day and most of the night and need to turn off your brain for a bit. Check out the...
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Did you know? Using the library website

You can find and request books from the Loyola Libraries and view many materials online! Use the search box at libraries.luc.edu to search for library materials. This guide makes it easy to understand your search results from the library catalog: http://libguides.luc.edu/c.php?g=291245&p=2280019 You can also renew your books and see your due dates online: Click the...
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Did You Know? Discipline-Specific Research Guides

Did You Know? The library offers discipline-specific research guides for each major! You’ve got a big research paper due for your biology/nursing/philosophy/sociology class, but you have NO idea how to start your library research. Stopping by either Reference Desk (IC 2nd floor) or Lewis Library Reference Desk (Corboy Law Center 6th floor) is a...
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