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2001 PLANS.


Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., assumes the presidency of Loyola University Chicago.


I GAVE MY FIRST State of the University address in the old Mundelein Center audito- rium. As I was speaking, I noticed water was leaking from the ceiling and dripping on the podium, splashing on the microphone and audio wires. As I’m giving a pretty dire financial report, I thought, ‘This place might go up in flames, but I didn’t expect it would be from wet wiring.’ ”


2004 Budget moves to black


2005 Joan and Bill Hank and the MacNeal Health Foundation make $20 million gift


2008 $500 million Partner: The Campaign for Loyola launches


2009 Cuneo Museum and Gardens, part of a $50 million donation, gifted to Loyola


2011 The Partner Campaign is success- fully completed • Total enrollment reaches 16,000 students


2012 In honor of $40 million gift, the School of Business is named for Michael Quinlan


2014 $10 million Schreiber gift announced • Endowment value tops $500 million


2015 $100 million Campaign for Quinlan launches • Father Garanzini becomes chancellor • John Pelissero, PhD, becomes interim president


SOLOMON CORDWELL BUENZ (2007)


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