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VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT


Zach Morrison (BBA ’08)


HOMETOWN Baltimore, Maryland


ROLE Secretary, LGBTQ Alumni Network


WHY ARE YOU INVOLVED?


As a student, I was president of Advocate, the LGBTQ student group. The LGBTQ alumni group helps alums remain connected to the University and one another. A stronger connection to our alma mater and fellow alumni allows our group to be engaged volunteers and ambassadors. And, perhaps more importantly, these connected alums create a sustainable link between the LG- BTQ Alumni Network and LUC students, faculty, and staff.


FAVORITE


VOLUNTEER MOMENT


Getting a new scholarship off the ground, which will see its first recipient this fall. We are really excited about doing our part to keep education affordable and attainable, especially for those ac- tive in and committed to fighting for the LGBTQ community. It is our mutual responsibility to make sure these student leaders have the tools to grow and make an impact—sometimes that’s as easy as helping to take their minds off of how they are going to pay for school.


WHY SHOULD OTHERS GET INVOLVED?


Now is the time. Every little bit of support through financial means or donated time helps the growth of the LGBTQ Alumni Network, the development of the University, and the incredibly smart and talented student popula- tion following in our footsteps and blazing new paths. Let’s do everything we can to benefit and develop Loyola students to be the future movers and shakers committed to making a difference to the LGBTQ community in Chicago.


Check out the LGBTQ alumni network video at LUC.edu/alumni/lgbtq.


See page 35 for details of a June event.


SUPPORT YOUR ALMA MATER AS A VOLUNTEER. The assistance and leadership of our alumni volunteers strengthens the alumni network and makes a difference in our community. From providing career insights to current students as a member of a panel to hosting an alumni event at your office or serving as a site coordinator for an alumni service event, there are a number of ways—big and small— to be involved. Learn more at LUC.edu/alumni/volunteer.


Groundbreaking of Madonna della Strada (1936) and 1920s postcard showing the envisioned campus along Lake Shore Drive.


Loyola’s history on facebook


Explore our new Facebook timeline design for a glimpse into your alma ma- ter’s 142-year history. Like our page to join our online community and vote for new cover photos, suggest milestones for the timeline, and upload photos of your favorite Loyola moments.


facebook.com/LUCalumni


SAVE THE DATE SEPT. 28–30, 2012


THE ROME CENTER CELEBRATES 50 YEARS


DE TAI L S , PAGE 29


SPRING 2012


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