Below is our collection of memories by members of the Loyola Community. Share your memory with us so the Loyola community can remember the good times and struggles that happened on our campus over the last century.

Class of 1982

I will never forget the law school Mardi Gras Parade, HSSB. It was held on the Friday afternoon before Mardi Gras. We started out with a beer blast in the law school parking lot, in our costumes, then climbed into trucks and convertibles and “paraded” to Bruno’s for a party....
Class of 1984

Susan Gardner McIntosh ’84, Lori Sykes Stewart ’84, and Joyce Dixon Minnard ’85 enjoy a break from studying at the Jazz Fest, one of the many fun activities to do in New Orleans.
Class of 1985

Attending Loyola has been the most formative and influential experience in my lifetime. I was sold on Loyola when I visited the campus with my parents in the spring of 1978. We were given a tour by Mr. Schultz, from the Admissions Office, and visited with Dr. Makielski, Ph.D., faculty in the...
Class of 1986

I was profoundly influenced by many, many professors at Loyola as well as folks in Campus Ministry and the Jesuit community. My favorite professors were Dr. Gary Herbert (also retiring) in philosophy, Fr. Jerry Fagin in religious studies, Dr. Robert Gnuse and Dr. Denis Janz in religious studies...
My best memory was falling asleep in the law library and waking up in time for 8 a.m. class the next day.