Center for Core Literature and Writing has a new home
The English department has acquired additional space. Loyola Hall, 1110 W. Loyola Ave., is now home to the Center for Core Literature and Writing, the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, and the Loyola Community Literacy Center. The offices of faculty members who are involved in these centers are also in Loyola Hall.
You can find us just east of the new Seminary building.
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