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 1959

Please forward this to your archivist. I’ll bet it’s the only Loyola building that she has no record of. I’m the architect and builder. It’s built of midnight requisitioned materials from the dump and the street. The stand was located on the Calhoun-street side of the...
Philosophy professor Rev. Guy Lemiuex, S.J., referred to his fellow Jesuits at Loyola at the time, Fr. Toomey and Fr. Twomey, as “conjunctive and numerical.....” Among many other activities, Fr. Lou Twomey taught Jurisprudence in the Law School. The small raised platform with a table...
Class of 1961

My favorite dorm experience was living in Ducote Hall with all the athletes. I played basketball! Met my wife, Judy Haydel.
Father Yamauchi celebrated Mass for us girls living in Immaculata. He always gave us words of wisdom!!
Class of 1964

I was a 1964 graduate of Loyola and have many cherished memories: working on The Maroon for two years; researching the history of Loyola for the 1962 yearbook; discovering literature in Mr. Bill Gordon’s English classes; being awed by the brilliance and challenge of Father Yamauchi’s...