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LUMA • AUGUST 22–OCTOBER 11


LUMA AT 10 Greatest Hits


In celebration of LUMA’s 10th anniversary, the museum will host an exhibition of its favorite works from a decade of showings and acquisitions, including Andy Warhol’s Silver Clouds, an installa- tion of helium-filled clouds made from silver plastic film, as well as its vast collection from Chicago artists.


Andy Warhol walking through Silver Clouds.


DIVINE DECADE A Benefit Celebrating LUMA’s 10th Anniversary


October 9, 6–11 p.m. • Celebrate a decade of excellence in art with a cocktail party befitting and bene- fitting the Loyola University Mu- seum of Art. The evening includes live entertainment, live and silent auctions, and a sit-down dinner. Full event tickets are $350, and after-party-only tickets, where guests will have the opportunity to dance among Silver Clouds, are $75. • LUC.edu/LUMA


Proceeds from this evening benefit LUMA. After-party entertainment, DJ JEM, is sponsored by Parliament, Chicago’s most sought-after night- life destination.


© NAT FINKELSTEIN (1966)


COMMENCEMENT 2015


Graduation is only the


beginning Loyola welcomed 11 prominent leaders in their fields to inspire the class of 2015 as they go forth and set the world on fire.


COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES (A.M.)/ ST. JOSEPH COLLEGE SEMINARY


Ian Brennan (BA ’01)


COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES (P.M.)/ INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY


Alison Thompson


QUINLAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS William G. Kistner (BBA ’72)


SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION Martin Stock (BA ’84)


SCHOOL OF CONTINUING & PROFESSIONAL STUDIES


Carmen Velásquez (BS ’63) SCHOOL OF EDUCATION


Karen M. O’Brien (JFRC Fall ’82, BS ’83, PhD ’93)


THE GRADUATE SCHOOL / INSTITUTE OF PASTORAL STUDIES


Linda Brubaker, MD, MS SCHOOL OF LAW


The Honorable Mary Jane Theis (BA ’71)


to join the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary instead. After receiving her PhD in philosophy from St. Louis Univer-


sity, Sr. Gannon joined the faculty at Mundelein College to teach philosophy. In 1930, after six years of teaching, she received a letter stating her appointment as president of the college. Sr. Gannon’s mission was to educate women and place them into


male-driven fields like medicine and law. During the course of her presidency, she created a weekend program for working students, served on boards ranging from education to women’s rights, and accepted students’ convictions at face value. Mundelein alumni, faculty members, donors, and Fr. Garanzini gathered in Piper Hall to celebrate Sr. Gannon’s birthday on April 2.


LEADERSHIP LEGACY


Boards served on: 21 Sr. Gannon was appointed by President Nixon to the Presidential Task Force on Women’s Rights and Re- sponsibilities. Other boards included WTTW Chicago Public Media and American Council on Education.


STRITCH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Beatrix Hoffman, PhD


NIEHOFF SCHOOL OF NURSING Melanie Dreher, PhD, RN, FAAN


SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Robyn L. Golden, LCSW


VIEW THE ADDRESSES • LUC.edu/commencement2015


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