Memories

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.

1990s
Attending class at night after working full time all day was sometimes a real challenge. But I felt such comfort from the red brick buildings as I walked on campus. And Drs. Dee Harper, William Thornton, Dorothy Brown, and Roger White never, ever failed to deliver an uplifting class, and often...
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Class of 1992

I had a life sentence in the dorms. It sounds bad but was nice because as a diabetic I was never in danger of having a low blood sugar alone. I enjoyed having the opportunity to have talks with the counselors on my floors. I am especially grateful to Father Schroth, S.J., who not only helped me...
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Class of 1993

My favorite pastime while at Loyola was volunteering for Kids Hope USA, helping first graders to read.
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Class of 1993

I have so many fond memories of Loyola that I am not sure where to start. First and foremost, I am blessed to have attended such a fine institution. It is my firm belief that higher education serves a purpose greater than helping one land a good job. It prepares you for life. The courses I took...
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Class of 1994

Memories of my time at Loyola are joyous and the experiences made a profound impact on my life. None greater or more important than meeting some of my best friends in life: Corie Roberts (Benton) ’95, Mona King (Austin), Raffaela Wilson ’94, and LaConteau Brinkley (Cooper), who along...
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