Stanley Shaffer receives the Birks Medal for the highest ranking graduating student in Arts at the 1967 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. The event was held at Place des Nations, Expo 67.
Convocation 1974. Arley Steven Karpman is the recipient of the Loyola C.O.T.C. medal, awarded to the student who, with distinction, has displayed leadership ability through his academic and non-academic achievement.
Convocation 1971. Arunas J. Alisauskas is the recipient of the Governor-General's Medal, awarded to the student with the highest overall average in Arts. He received the medal at the Spring Convocation of May 29, 1971.
Fall Convocation 1973. Aviva Eva Ravel, Montreal playwriter and teacher, is the recipient of the Loyola Evening Students' Association Arts Medal, awarded to the graduating student with the highest average in the Faculty of Arts. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in English.
Convocation 1974. Twenty one year old Christine & Virginia Gudas, identical twins, were presented with the Governor-General's Medal at Loyola College's Convocation on June 1st, 1974. The medal is awarded to the student with the highest average in the Faculty of Arts. The twins graduated Magna Cum Laude with an identical average of 86.2%.
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 1969. Rev. Father J. Gerald O'Brien, chairman of the Theology Department is standing with Robert A. McAlear, recipient of the Theology medal, which was presented for the first time in 1969. It was awarded to the graduating student who has been the most creative and productive in the field of Theology.