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Business Symposium

Commerce Students Association's Business symposium "Planning '75". From left to right, Jim Ballantine, Bob Coughlin, Paul Leblanc, Susan Levinskus, Marc Lattoni, Frank Duffy and Bob Harvy.

Business Symposium

Commerce Students Association's Business symposium "Planning '75". From left to right, Jim Ballantine, guest speaker, Bob Coughlin from IBM (T.O.) and Marc Lattoni.

Dolores Huerta

Dolores Huerta, assistant to Cesar Chavez, co-founder and vice-president of United Farm Workers (UFW), giving a lecture during the Grape Boycott day on Loyola Campus.

Dolores Huerta

Dolores Huerta, assistant to Cesar Chavez, co-founder and vice-president of United Farm Workers (UFW), during the Grape Boycott day on Loyola Campus.

Dr. Maureen C. Durley

Dr. Maureen C. Durley, who gave a lecture on "Christian women - A feminine voice of God". The talk examined the theological and historical role of women in Christianity and the challenges faced by Christian women today. The lecture was sponsored by the Department of Theological Studies and the Visiting Lecturers Committee.

Dr. Maureen C. Durley

Dr. Maureen C. Durley, who gave a lecture on "Christian women - A feminine voice of God". The talk examined the theological and historical role of women in Christianity and the challenges faced by Christian women today. The lecture was sponsored by the Department of Theological Studies and the Visiting Lecturers Committee.

Dr. Maureen C. Durley

Dr. Maureen C. Durley, who gave a lecture on "Christian women - A feminine voice of God". The talk examined the theological and historical role of women in Christianity and the challenges faced by Christian women today. The lecture was sponsored by the Department of Theological Studies and the Visiting Lecturers Committee.

Georgiantics 1942

For the first time in its four-year history, Georgiantics had a prevue performance. The date was March 14, 1942, and the run-through venue was the community centre at Brownsbuurg, P.Q. The hall was filled to capacity and conductor Merv Gelfand prepares to raise his baton on the overture.

Joseph Rogel

Convocation 1976. Joseph Rogel, prize-winning poet and survivor of the Auschwitz death camp, graduates from Concordia University with a B.A. Cum laude at the June 6 Convocation, held at Loyola. Rogel, 65, returned to school in 1973 after operating a lunch stand with his wife, after his arrival in Canada in 1948. The photograph was taken by Paul Hrasko.

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