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SPRING 2014 IN THIS ISSUE


Loyola magazine is published for alumni and friends.


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Two alums— and former Loyola roommates—help convert farmland back to an organic state.


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EDITOR Anastasia Busiek


GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Ted Yee, Lindawati


CONTRIBUTORS Casey Allison (BBA ‘05), Andrea Brault,


Elisabeth Brookover, Steve Christensen, Aaron Cooper, Anne Dillon, Olga Hancock (MBA ‘09),


Brendan Keating (BA ’01, JD ’04),


Maeve Kiley, Jessica Kleoppel, Rebekah Danner O’Brien, Joseph Pixler,


Evangeline Polsey, Brendan Shea (MSIMC ‘12), Olivia Sievert, Toula Vasilopoulos, Tanner Walters, Kathy Young


PHOTOGRAPHY


Natalie Battaglia, Heather Eidson, Erik Unger, Sid Hastings, Rob Hart, Luke Turley, Nan Li


ON THE COVER


Madonna della Strada Chapel has stood for nearly 70 years on the Lake Shore Campus. It was recently named one


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LEADING THE (WATER) WAY • George McGraw (BA ‘09) founded a nonprofit that works for water rights and access.


of the 30 most beautiful chapels on a university campus (see page 6).


PHOTO: Natalie Battaglia


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MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN HEALTH CARE


Carmen Velasquez (BS ‘63) saw a need for community


health care in Pilsen. So she did something about it.


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