The “Alma Mater Anthem,” sung each year at Commencement, was written by Capt. John Ozazewski, a 1940 graduate, and composed by Felice S. Iula, the director of Loyola's glee club at that time. Hear Ryan E. Andrews sing the Alma Mater at Loyola’s 2016 Commencement Exercises below.
Throughout its history, Loyola has had various fight songs written by students and faculty, including "Songs of the Green and Grey," by John O'Niell Miller, '37, "March On, Men!," by A.M. Fremgen, S.J., and "A Rally to Victory," co-written by Fr. Fregmen and a group of faculty. These were sung not only at athletic games but during military training, ceremonies, and other events. In the early 2000s, a contest for students to write a modern fight song gave way to “Howl for the Hounds.”