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$10M gift will transform business school Loyola announced in March that alumnus John G. Schreiber

will give $10 million to the University’s Quinlan School of Busi- ness. The gift from John and Kathy Schreiber will go toward the construction of a new facility for the business school. The facility, located on the Water Tower Campus, will be named the John and Kathy Schreiber Center. “We are very grateful to John and Kathy Schreiber for their

extraordinary gift to support our new home for the Quinlan School of Business,” said Loyola University Chicago President and CEO Michael J. Garanzini, S.J. “Their generosity will lead to a state-of-the-art, environmentally sustainable building that will allow for collaboration, learning, and great debate; it will truly transform the way we deliver—and our students benefit from—Loyola’s world-class business education.” Mr. Schreiber graduated from the undergraduate School

of Business Administration in 1968. After graduating from Harvard Business School in 1970, Mr. Schreiber went on to a 20-year career in real estate investment management as a partner in Chicago-based JMB Realty Corporation. He retired from JMB in 1990 and in 1992 founded the New York-based Blackstone Group’s real estate investment management business. Today Mr. Schreiber is an active partner in Blackstone

Real Estate Advisors and continues residing in the Chicago metropolitan area, where he and Kathy have raised a family of eight children and have 12 grandchildren. The Schreibers have been significant supporters of many educational institutions in the Chicago area, including Loyola, where they established a scholarship endowment fund in 2008 for students from Lake County, Illinois. This $10 million donation for a new facility constitutes a special gift to Loyola. “Loyola’s School of Business played a big part in my devel-

opment as a student and in my career in business,” said Mr. Schreiber. “Contributing to the construction of the new busi- ness school building gives me a way to acknowledge Loyola’s importance in my life.” The Schreiber Center is expected to be completed by Au- gust 2015—in time for the 2015–16 academic year.


LOYOLA UNDER THE STARS 8 p.m.; $20/four tickets, $5/additional ticket


FAMILY FESTIVAL 11 a.m.–3 p.m. $10 (adults), $5 (2–12)

FOUNDERS’ DINNER 6 p.m., cocktails; 7 p.m, dinner

DAMEN DANCE PARTY 9–11 p.m.; $45

There’s something for everyone at this family- friendly festival, including face painting, food, rides, and other fun activities. Come for the food, and stay for the fun!

See page 7 for details.

Open to the entire Loyola community, you won’t want to miss this premier evening filled with food and drink, casual fun, and lakeside lounging under a summer sky.

Come one, come all! Whether you’re an alum of 1910 or 2010, stay on cam- pus or head into the city, or go to one event or five, there’s no better way to start your summer.

Enjoy music for every generation on three floors, along with dancing, drinks, and dessert. Mingle with Founders’ Dinner attendees, who will drop by after dinner. This is a can’t-miss event.


MASS AND BRUNCH 9 a.m.–noon $30 for non-1963/4 alumni

The Mass and brunch—a Loyola tradition— recognizes alumni who earned their degrees from Loyola 50 years ago. This year, we welcome the classes of 1963 and 1964 as guests of honor and the newest inductees into our Half-Century Club.

To register, visit SPRING 2014


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