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JULY 19–OCTOBER 19, 2014

CROSSINGS AND DWELLINGS: Restored Jesuits, Women Religious, and the American Experience, 1814–2014

Using historical maps, books, documents, ob- jects, and textiles, Crossings and Dwellings tells the story of 19th-century European Jesuits and women religious who arrived on the country’s expanding western frontier to serve both Na- tive American and urban immigrant popula- tions. The exhibition will include liturgical and educational treasures, including a pair of celestial and terrestrial globes by Willem Jansz Blaeu (1571–1638), approximately 100 pencil drawings made by Nicolas Point, S.J. (1799– 1868), maps drawn by Pierre-Jean De Smet, S.J. (1801–1873), and vestments and clothing gifted to De Smet by Native Americans. The exhibi- tion also examines the pioneering role of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (RSCJ) and the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (BVM) and their crucial role in the growth and direction of Chicago’s Catholic schools. The story of the impact of the Society of Jesus in the Midwest is wonderfully told and brings home to each Loyola alum and current Loyola student the proud history of Jesuit education.

LUMA accredited

The American Alliance of Museums has awarded the Loyola University Museum of Art the high distinction of museum accreditation. Of the 17,500 museums in the United States, ap- proximately 1,500 have received this credential. “To be acknowledged as a museum that

operates with the highest standards means a great deal in allowing us to seek important loans of art from around the world,” says Pamela Ambrose, director of cultural affairs at LUMA. “After three years of hard work with our

LUMA staff, our LUMA Board of Advisors, and many administrative departments in the Uni- versity, we have reached a goal that President Garanzini and I set forth eight years ago.”

Watch Ambrose and Father Garanzini discuss LUMA’s bright future at



A new home for the Quinlan School of Busi- ness is going up at the corner of State and Pearson, across the street from Maguire Hall. The facility will offer state-of-the-art class- rooms, faculty offices, and social spaces that promote learning, both in and out of the class- room. The building will feature a sophisticated system of atria that harness natural ventilation and harvest daylight to provide energy effi- ciency, comfort, and light, in keeping with the University’s commitment to sustainability.



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