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  • April

    LA Tank Encourages Future Entrepreneurs

    In April, the LA Tank program wrapped its ninth year by awarding students an opportunity to collaborate and present their ideas to a panel of Loyola community entrepreneurs. The program is structured to enable teams of students to solve an existing problem with a new product or idea. This year's theme, Anything But An App, challenged Ramblers to think beyond app development and ideate physical products.
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  • Director of Annual Giving Shelby Walchuk '05

    Shelby Walchuk '05 Named Director of Annual Giving

    We are excited to welcome Shelby Walchuk '05 as the new director of annual giving. In this role, she will oversee programs and initiatives to lead and grow Loyola's annual fund, engaging with parents, alumni, faculty, staff, and all donor constituencies.

    A native of the Northwest Side, Shelby holds a masters degree from the University of Chicago and a bachelor of arts from Northwestern University. She has served the mission of Loyola Academy as a member of the advancement team since 2015. Learn more about Shelby in the brief interview that follows.
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  • March

    Young Alumni Council 2024 Kickoff Happy Hour

    On Thursday, February 29, roughly thirty young alumni gathered at the Hook and Ladder in Lincoln Park for a night of networking and socializing with fellow Ramblers hosted by the Loyola Academy Young Alumni Council (YAC), formerly known as the PLC.
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  • February

    Alumni Visual Arts Exhibition Debuts at the McGrath Family Performing Arts Center

    On Thursday, February 22, Loyola Academy alumni artists and members of our community gathered for an exciting preview of the inaugural Alumni Visual Arts Exhibition, which debuted at the McGrath Family Performing Arts Center and will run through Monday, March 18. This exhibition celebrated the exceptional accomplishments of fourteen alumni artists who submitted their work during an open call period at the beginning of 2024.
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  • Pictured L-R: Joe Cook '97,  Jim Murphy '90, Matthew Devine '85, and Rev. Gregory J. Ostdiek, SJ

    LA Bar Association Hosts Annual Luncheon

    On Thursday, February 15, members of the LA Bar Association gathered to honor Matt Devine '85, executive partner at White & Case LLP, and Jim Murphy '90, former assistant state's attorney, at the annual LA Bar Association Luncheon.
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  • Honors Native American Literature Students Attend Mission Week Program at Marquette University

    Students in Honors Native American Literature, taught by Mrs. Colleen Whelan, attended “Opening the Archive, St. Charles Mission School” at Marquette University on Tuesday, February 6. The discussion was part of Marquette’s Mission Week programming, which brings opportunities for students to listen to inspirational speakers, participate in service, pray, worship, reflect, and take time for silence each day. The evening’s discussion was led by Alexandra C. “Alex” Gambacorta ’14, a former student of Mrs. Whelan. Alex graduated from Marquette in 2018 and subsequently joined the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest, where she taught at St. Charles Mission School on the Apsáalooke Reservation in Pryor, Montana.
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