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  • 61st Annual President's Dinner Honors A Family for Others

    61st Annual President's Dinner Honors A Family for Others

    Friday, November 2, was a great night for Loyola Academy as we celebrated the 61st annual President's Dinner. Approximately 650 members of the Loyola community—including a great showing of young alumni, current and graduate parents, faculty, staff and friends—gathered at Wintrust's Grand Banking Hall in downtown Chicago to honor the Barbara and Robert P. Perkaus Jr. '54 Family, recipients of the Rev. Daniel A. Lord, SJ, Award for Distinguished Service in the Cause of Youth.
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  • Loyola Academy Presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Fall Play

    Loyola Academy Presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Fall Play

    Loyola Academy's Department of Performing Arts and Thespian Troupe 4729 performed “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on November 1–4. Loved by many all over the world, love and mischief, mistaken identity, fairies and magic abound in this classic farce, one of William Shakespeare's greatest and most beloved comedies.
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  • Meet Loyola’s Seven National Merit Semifinalists

    Meet Loyola’s Seven National Merit Semifinalists

    In September, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation named seven Loyola Academy students National Merit semifinalists. The National Merit Scholarship Program honors individual students who show exceptional academic ability and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
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  • Loyola Celebrates the Solemnity of All Saints

    Loyola Celebrates the Solemnity of All Saints

    The Loyola community gathered to celebrate a beautiful All Saints Day Mass on Thursday, November 1.
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  • Today, more than 40 years after they met in a Loyola Academy German III class, Ellen S. and Peter G. Leemputte ’75 are giving back to help build a theater for the performing arts at Loyola Academy.

    Opening Doors to Creative Expression

    With a generous lead gift to support the Second Century Campaign Theater Initiative, Ellen S. and Peter G. Leemputte ’75 are hoping to inspire others to support the development of a new theater for the performing arts at Loyola Academy.
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