Loyola Academy’s AP Studio Art and Design Exhibition, now in its tenth year, is an annual celebration of student work in the visual arts held at the Evanston Art Center (EAC). Many of the students exhibiting work in the show have been in art courses at Loyola for two to four years and come from the following disciplines: studio (drawing, painting), graphics, photography and architecture. The opportunity to present in a professional gallery is a unique and valuable experience for students.
Congratulations to the varsity and junior varsity Ramblerettes! The two teams had outstanding showings at three competitions this weekend: the Marist High School IHSA Invite, the Deerfield High School IHSA Invite and the UDA Spirit of the Midwest Competition.
Loyola Academy President Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, celebrated Ash Wednesday Mass on February 17 before school in the Chapel. The Mass was open to any students, faculty and staff in the building on the day’s B schedule, though space was limited in accordance with current COVID-19 restrictions. For those unable to attend, Mass was live streamed on Loyola’s website at goramblers.org.
The Loyola Academy Dance Collective, formerly Company B, is proud to virtually present its 2020–2021 showcase! Dancers have been preparing for months and have seamlessly incorporated technology into their rehearsals and choreography to bring their performances to life. The video broadcast was made possible by a collaboration with Rambler Stream, a student-led organization that delivers both live streams and pre-recordings of performances, athletic events and more.