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WINTER 2014 IN THIS ISSUE


Loyola magazine is published for alumni and friends.


xx 11 THEN AND NOW


A picture is worth a thousand words. See how Loyola has changed—and stayed the same— over the years.


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EDITOR Anastasia Busiek


ART DIRECTOR Ted Yee


GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Lindawati, Nathan Martel


CONTRIBUTORS


Casey Allison (BBA ‘05), Bill Behrns, Andrea Brault, Elisabeth Brookover, Steve Christensen, Aaron Cooper,


Allison Cote, Anne Dillon, Bobby Dunlap, Evan Eckerstrom, Olga Hancock


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FINDING A SILVER LINING


Hollye Jacobs (BSN ‘97, MSW ‘06) offers insight into breast cancer diag- nosis, treatment, and recovery.


2013 PRESIDENT’S REPORT


(MBA ‘09), Brendan Keating (BA ’01, JD ’04), Maeve Kiley, Leo Krause, Jenny Kustra-Quinn, Lauren Lakomek, Gail Mansfield, Rebekah Danner O’Brien, Joseph Pixler, Evangeline Polsey,


Jim Ritter, Brendan Shea (MSIMC ‘12), Daniel P. Smith, Olivia Sievert,


Drew Sottardi, Megan Troppito, Toula Vasilopoulos, Tanner Walters, Kathy Young


PHOTOGRAPHY Heather Eidson, Natalie Battaglia ON THE COVER Wounded Angel, a sculpture by


Emily Young, was installed in 2011 on the west side of Madonna della Strada chapel on the Lake Shore Campus.


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