Fall Convocation 1969. From left to right, the Very Reverend Patrick G. Malone. S.J., president of Loyola College; Mr. Douglas Potvin, director of the Evening Division, Randall C. Rose, Evening Division medal winner and Dr. Alphonse Riverin, president of l'Université du Québec. Mr. Rose received a B.Sc., magna cum laude, at the 1969 Fall Convocation ceremony.
Spring Convocation 1970. Doug Potvin is shaking hands with Henry Arthur O'Keeffe, recipient of the Evening Division medal, awarded to the student with the highest overall average in the Evening Division.
Doug Potvin, Director of Loyola College's Evening Division being presented with a bust of himself by Esther Wertheimer, coordinator of Loyola College's Fine Arts program and Father Patrick G. Malone, S.J.
Student exhibition of the Loyola Fine Arts program held at Loyola College. From left to right, an unidentified woman, Doug Potvin, Keith Wills, Julius Krantzberg (from Engineering) and Esther Wertheimer, coordinator of the Loyola College's Fine Arts program.
Convocation 1973. Director of Evening Division, Doug Potvin with Michael William Reynolds, valedictorian and recipient of the Celanese Canada Limited Prize of Accountancy, awarded to the student with the highest average in Accountancy subjects.
Fall Convocation 1973. Nishith Mukerji, is receiving the Loyola Evening Division Medal from Doug Potvin, director of Loyola Evening Division. This Medal is awarded to the graduating student from the Evening Division with the highest overall academic average.
L.E.S.A. Constitutional Meeting at Loyola College. From left to right, Peter Fedele (President L.S.A.), Jim Conway (President L.E.S.A.) and Doug Potvin (Director of Evening Division). The event held a class rep brunch and a general assembly.
L.E.S.A. Constitutional Meeting at Loyola College. From left to right, Doug Potvin (Director of Evening Division), Robert Gervais (Vice President of L.E.S.A.) and Sam Biernbaum (Social Entertainment Chairman of L.E.S.A.). The event held a class rep brunch and a general assembly.