Loyola magazine is published twice a year in print and throughout the year online by the office of marketing and communications at Loyola University Maryland, a Jesuit, liberal arts university in Baltimore, Maryland. Loyola tells stories about the students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni of Loyola, reflecting on the past, embracing the present, and looking forward into the future. The magazine is distributed to supporters of Loyola University Maryland.
The Loyola magazine team is a creative, dynamic group—some alumni and some who wish they were—that takes great pride in identifying and creating content that will help readers feel more connected to the University that they love.
Send questions, criticisms, praise, and other thoughts to the Loyola magazine team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Freelance writers—especially Loyola graduates—are welcome to reach out to offer their services.
The Loyola Magazine Team
Brian M. Oakes, ’99, MBA ’10, Vice President for Advancement
Kristen Campbell McGuire, Chief Marketing Officer
Colleen Riopko, ’02, Senior Director, Alumni Engagement
Skelton Sprouls, Design
Malia Leary, Director of Creative Design
Rita Buettner, Director of University Communications
Brigid Hamilton, ’06, M.A. ’17, Managing Editor
Jessica Goldstein, Executive Editor
Clarke Jones, Class Notes Editor
Julie Pettit, Project Manager
Ryan Eigenbrode, Athletics
Jennifer Kinniff, Archivist
Additional Contributing Writers:
Claire Hoffman, ’07
George Matysek, ’94
Brianna Yacovelli, ’21, M.A. ’22
Maria Linz O’Brien, ’05
Louis Umerlik, ’96