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LOYOLA


ON THE ROAD Join alumni and friends as


Loyola students, leaders, and faculty stars come to your hometown. Stimulate your mind through a fascinating discussion with a Loyola professor, or satisfy your


appetite with food and drink. Network, celebrate, and learn something while you’re at it. It’s Loyola, but local.


WASHINGTON, D.C.


Thursday, April 3 Sofitel Lafayette Square


6 p.m. • Presentation and speaker will be announced soon


WED, 3.19


SCHOLARSHIP DINNER 111 E. Pearson, Regents Hall


This tradition celebrates our students’ accomplishments and the donors who provide access to excellence through their generous support.


FRI, 3.21


LUNCH, NETWORK, AND LEARN: “STRENGTHEN YOUR SEARCH COMMUNICATIONS”


111 E. Pearson, Beane Hall


This opportunity will look at the rou- tine job search and show new ways to search for careers as well as how to improve your current outreach to prospective employers. Held over the lunch hour to accommodate workday schedules; beverages provided.


WED, 3.26


IP ALUMNI RECEPTION Corboy Law Center


Graduates who practice or are


interested in IP are encouraged to attend this annual reception with fellow alumni and current students. • Register: LUC.edu/law/events.


THU, 3.27


TAX LAW ALUMNI RECEPTION Corboy Law Center


Graduates who practice or are inter- ested in tax law are encouraged to attend this annual reception with fellow alumni and current students. • Register: LUC.edu/law/events


FRI, 4.4


IGNATIAN VOLUNTEER CORPS INFORMATION SESSION 111 E. Pearson, Beane Hall


Loyola University Chicago supports the Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC) as they seek to identify volunteers aged 50 and over who desire an opportunity to help marginalized communities in Chicago. Volunteers commit two days per week, tutoring youth, assisting with immigrant


SAVE THE DATE THU, 5.15 COCKTAILS IN THE CLOUDS John Hancock Observatory


FRI, 5.30 LUNCH, NETWORK, AND LEARN: “JOB WORKSHOP FOR RECENT GRADS” 111 E. Pearson, Beane Hall


FRI, 6.27 60TH ANNUAL SCHOOL OF LAW F. EMMETT MORRISSEY GOLF OUTING Deerfield Golf Club WINTER 2014 33


services, prison ministry, and working in shelters.


FRI, 4.11


YOUNG LAW ALUMNI SPRING HAPPY HOUR Location TBD


Celebrate the end of winter with fellow graduates of the last 10 years at a networking cocktail reception. A professional photog- rapher will be on hand for complimentary headshots. • Register: LUC.edu/law/events


WED, 4.16


QUINLAN DEAN’S SPEAKER SERIES:


“HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY DISCUSSION”


The US health care delivery system is undergoing substantial changes. These changes affect all organizations, not just those directly involved in the delivery of health care. Join us for a panel discussing this issue from mul- tiple perspectives.


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