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Mundelein College was founded in 1930 as a Catholic women's college. The school became affiliated with Loyola University Chicago in 1991. The Mundelein College Verse Speaking Choir was an extracurricular activity students of Mundelein College participated in. Students performed poems and songs. The Verse Speaking Choir was undercontract, for a time, with NBC.

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Mundelein College

circa 1935

The Skyscraper Newspaper, Mundelein College

1937

Born in Iowa but then lived in Missouri where she developed an interest in history.

1987-05-03

These women attended Mundelein College and graduate in the year 1945.

n.d.

Mundelein College

1974

Sister Ann Ida Gannon became a Sister of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1932. The breadth of Sister Gannon's teaching career includes elementary, high school and college education. Sister Gannon earned a Masters degree from Loyola University and a Ph.D. from St. Louis University. Sister Gannon served as the Chairman of the Philosophy Department of Mundelein College and became the President in 1957. As the sixth president, Sister Gannon served the longest of any Mundelein President. Sister Gannon was also a board member of the Canon Conference, Girls Scouts of the United States, Association of American Colleges, American Council on Education, and a Member of the President's Task Force on Women's Rights and Responsibilities and the Illinois Commission of the Status of Women.

1974

These women attended Mundelein College and graduate in the year 1944.

n.d.

These women attended Mundelein College and graduate in the year 1959.

1975-10-27

Mundelein College

1981

Mundelein College was founded in 1930 as a Catholic women's college. The school became affiliated with Loyola University Chicago in 1991.

1981

Sister Ann Ida served as President of Mundelein College for 18 years. She also served on many boards including two universities, Association of American Colleges, Girl Scouts, Illinois Board of Banks and Trusts and the Newberry Library.

1976-07-16

Professor Morse speaks to and talks with faculty members about Mundelein College's education and academic programs.

1963

Mundelein College

n.d.

Mercedes McCambridge was an alumnae of Mundelein College. After graduating, McCambridge went on to become an actress and won an Oscar for "All The King's Men"

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Mundelein College

1991-04-26

Mundelein College was founded in 1930 as a Catholic women's college. The school became affiliated with Loyola University Chicago in 1991.

1991-04-26

Sister Mary Gregoria Fogarty taught at Mundelein College from 1930-1953.

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These women attended Mundelein College and were apart of the 1970 and 1971 classes.

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Irma Corcoran was born in Iowa but grew up in Missouri. She attended Clark College and then Mundelein College. Ms. Corcoran also talks of her time while teaching at Mundelein College.

1987-05-03

Margaret Roach worked at Mundelein College.

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Mundelein College

1969-11-02

Peggy Roach; Mary Williams (Education); Lois Kay Willard (Business); Mr. John Ewers (Education); Dorothy Sugrue (Science); Mrs. Bernard Cunningham (Homemaker); Sherry Finnerman (Student); Jane Trahey (Communication)

1969-11-02

Sister Mary John Michael Dee helped to create Our Lady of the Cedars Retreat House as well as worked some years at Mundelein College.

1987-06-26

These women attended Mundelein College and were apart of the 1965 class.

1977-02-10

These women attended Mundelein College and graduate in the year 1940.

1979-02-11

These women attended Mundelein College and graduate in the year 1957 and 1958.

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Sister Ann Ida held the position of President of Mundelein College for 18 years; then moved on to teach as a professor of philosophy at the school.

1969-07-06

These women attended Mundelein College and were apart of the 1965 class.

1977-02-10

John E. Daughtry lived and work at Mundelein College and the surrounding neighborhood for over 40 years. For 23 of those years he lived on the campus grounds. He also was a driver and staff for the college.

1971-07-26

The three speakers give speeches at the Magnificat Metal Ceremony.

1964

Sister M. Columba Kriebs worked at Mundelein College.

1977-01-06

Mundelein College

1982-09-17

Sister Susan Rink was Mundelein College President from 1975 to 1983.

1982-09-17

Dr. Cronkite leads a question and answer discussion on the Institutional Analysis witn Mundelein College.

1963

Mundelein College

1974

Sister Ann Ida served as president of Mundelein College for 18 years. She then went on to teach philosophy at the school.

1974

Mundelein College

1982-03-19

Sister Susan Rink was Mundelein College President from 1975 to 1983.

1982-03-19

These women attended Mundelein College and were apart of the 1960 and 1967 classes.

n.d.

The discussion includes facutly, staff, Mundelein parents and the incoming freshman class.

1970-05-16

Mundelein College

1939

Sister Fran Galan is playing the Mundelein College Cheer Song on the piano.

1939

Mundelein College

1992-05-27

Sister Ann Ida served as at the head of the Philosophy department at Mundelein College from 1951-1957. Then went on to serve as President of Mundelein College for 18 years up until 1975. After that she stayed at Mundelein as a professor of philosophy.

1992-05-27

Mundelein College

1976-03-30

Sister Susan Rink was Mundelein College President from 1975 to 1983.

1976-03-30

Mundelein College

1976

Sister Susan Rink was Mundelein College President from 1975 to 1983.

1976

Mundelein College

1988-10-11

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