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A student union that lives up to its name

In spring 2013, the doors will open to the 70,000-square-foot student union taking shape on Lake Shore Campus at the site of the former Alumni Gym. This new gathering place represents Phase III of reimagine, the campaign for student life.

The student union will house:

• Food court and dining hall • Student meeting rooms and informal gathering spaces

• Large multipurpose room • Interfaith worship spaces (Hillel, men’s and women’s mosques, and a Puja room)

This spring, builders are erecting struc- tural steel and pouring the concrete decks of the building. Over the summer, they’ll begin constructing the exterior shell of the building. Watch the build- ing go up in real time through a live video feed at


“I’m excited about the new student union, be- cause it’s a true gather- ing place. I’m sure it’ll be the new place for everyone to meet up and that it’ll have great hangouts, food, and



“With all the changes in store for Loyola, I am thrilled for future stu- dents and am looking forward to returning to my alma mater to see

the results myself.”


PROFILE Linda Brubaker, MD, MS Dean, Stritch School of Medicine

Linda Brubaker, MD, MS, was named dean of the Stritch School of Medicine in December 2011. She had been serving as interim dean since May of that year, when the new Health Sciences Division was established. Brubaker has been a member of the faculty since 2000, when she was recruited to begin the female pelvic medicine and reconstruc- tive pelvic surgery program, which she directed until assuming her role as dean. She is a professor


in the obstetrics and gynecology department, with a conjoint appointment in the department of urology. Brubaker earned a BA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MS in clinical research design and statistical analysis from the Univer- sity of Michigan. She received her medical degree from Rush University, where she also completed her residency and fel- lowship training.

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