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001_Alpha Sigma Nu 2001.jpg
Alpha Sigma Nu Officers in May 2001. For 2000-2001:
Marjorie Potirala, secretary; Bridget McCauley, vice-president; Alison Eggers, president. For 2001-2002: Weiser Cordero, president; Kimi Nishi, vice-president; Jacqueline Cappiello, treasurer, Alma…

003_Alpha Sigma Nu 1938.jpg
Loyola Chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, 1938, the first year of the chapter's establishment, from the 1938 Loyolan.
Front Row: (left to right) Burns, Bock, Bowyer, Monek, Father Egan, S.J., Ferri, Schmidt, Fleminh, Kennelly, Clark. Second Row: Jerbi,…

003_Blue Key_1965 Loyolan.jpg
Past and present presidents of the Blue Key Honor Society, Jim Fletcher and Ed Bough, shake hands in an image from the 1965 Loyolan.

002_Blue Key- 1934 Loyolan.jpg
Members of the Blue Key National Honor Fraternity as pictured in the 1934 Loyolan.
Top Row- Cosgrove, Lissman, McGovern, Kearney, Garvey, Wilkins, Homan, Alcuerra, Amato, Durkin, Fee
Second row: Schroeder, O'Leary, McGivern, Johnson, Brennan,…

ceremonial_web.jpg
The LUC logo incorporates Loyola's long tradition of academic excellence and its Jesuit identity. It consists of several elements, each referring to a significant event or tradition in Loyola's history or in the history of Jesuit education.

loyola_mass.jpg
Sheet music for "Loyola Mass," composed by B.G. Gross.

maroon_and_gold_01.jpg
Sheet music for "All Hail Maroon and Gold" by B.G. Gross, written in 1974.

loyola_men_stein_song_01.jpg
Sheet music for "Loyola Men," written by Mary Steffen and Art Wise during the 1930s as a stein, or drinking, song.
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