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Mundelein College Oral Histories

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In Collection: Voices from Mundelein: Media Portal



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

1976-03-30

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

c. 1970

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

1976

Margaret Roach worked at Mundelein College.

n.d.

Margaret Roach worked at Mundelein College.

n.d.

Margaret Roach worked at Mundelein College.

n.d.

Margaret Roach worked at Mundelein College.

n.d.

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

1950

Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt was born August 21, 1919 in San Franciso, Ca. Sister Jean became part of the BVM community in 1937 and was affiliated with Mundelein College from 1961 to 1991. Sister Jean received her BA in English and MA in Education while teaching in Los Angeles, Ca. At Mundelein, Sister Jean held positions as a professor of Education, Assistant Dean and Dean, Director of Coffey Hall, Academic Services, the Weekend College and Academic Advisors. Additionally, Sister Jean held numerous board positions. At the time of the interview Sister Jean was an Academic Advisor at Loyola University Chicago.

1998-11-16

Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt was born August 21, 1919 in San Franciso, Ca. Sister Jean became part of the BVM community in 1937 and was affiliated with Mundelein College from 1961 to 1991. Sister Jean received her BA in English and MA in Education while teaching in Los Angeles, Ca. At Mundelein, Sister Jean held positions as a professor of Education, Assistant Dean and Dean, Director of Coffey Hall, Academic Services, the Weekend College and Academic Advisors. Additionally, Sister Jean held numerous board positions. At the time of the interview Sister Jean was an Academic Advisor at Loyola University Chicago.

1999-10-18

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".

n.d.

John Slobodnik was born on June 4th, 1938 in Chicago, Il. Mr. Slobodnik was employed briefly at Mundelein College as Superintendent of Maintence prior to the school's affiliation with Loyola University Chicago.

1998-11-18

mp3; pdf

2001-12-12

Kay Heerey Sullivan attended Mundelein College in 1934 and graduated in 1940. Mrs. Sullivan jaored in Home Economics, was the assistant editor for the Skyscraper, and a member of Chicago inter-student Catholic Action (CISCA).

2001-12-12

Sister Mary Alma Sullivan was born on the southeast side of Chicago, Il. Sister Mary Alma is the oldest of four children. In 1951, Sister Mary Alma graduated from Mundelein College with a BA in English and in 1953 she entered the BVM community. Sister Mary Alma received her MA in English from Loyola University in 1965. In 1970, Sister Mary Alma became an English lecturer at Mundelein College and earned an MA in Speech in 1971 from Northwestern University. After Mundelein's merger with Loyola University Chicago in 1991, Sister Mary Alma became an Assistant Professor of Communications.

2000-10-20

Sister Mary Alma Sullivan was born on the southeast side of Chicago, Il. Sister Mary Alma is the oldest of four children. In 1951, Sister Mary Alma graduated from Mundelein College with a BA in English and in 1953 she entered the BVM community. Sister Mary Alma received her MA in English from Loyola University in 1965. In 1970, Sister Mary Alma became an English lecturer at Mundelein College and earned an MA in Speech in 1971 from Northwestern University. After Mundelein's merger with Loyola University Chicago in 1991, Sister Mary Alma became an Assistant Professor of Communications.

2001-09-10

Mundelein College was founded in 1930 by the Sister of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary as a four-year women’s college. Louise Skodzinski first committed to the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1950 and formally pronounced vows her vows in 1955. In 1972, As a BVM at Mundelein College, Skodzinski celebrated her 25th anniversary of commitment to the religious life.

1972-08-03

The Chicago Sinfonia (Chicago Symphony Orchestra) was founded in 1895 and is still active today. Originally name the Chicago Orchestra, in 1905 it was renamed the Theodore Thomas Orchestra, then became the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1913.

1965-10-22

The Chicago Sinfonia (Chicago Symphony Orchestra) was founded in 1895 and is still active today. Originally name the Chicago Orchestra, in 1905 it was renamed the Theodore Thomas Orchestra, then became the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1913.

1965-10-22

Sister Madelena Thorton lived and worked at Mundelein College.

1984-04-15

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

1969

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.

n.d.

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

1981-03-13

Sister Paula Francis in the management department; Gene teaches Victorian and Urban History; Dave Miller teacher of American History; Michael Soucoup teaches Psychology; Dan Valencort teaches philosophy; Carl Fritz teaches statistics and mathematics; Doug Lucas teaches art; Mary Griffin teaches strategies, literature and writing; Prudence Moulin teaches strategies and family and community history; Michelle Douchlhem teaches creative writing; Susan Zellamen teaches business management; Shirley Simon teaches social sciences and social work

1979

Sister Paula Francis in the management department; Gene teaches Victorian and Urban History; Dave Miller teacher of American History; Michael Soucoup teaches Psychology; Dan Valencort teaches philosophy; Carl Fritz teaches statistics and mathematics; Doug Lucas teaches art; Mary Griffin teaches strategies, literature and writing; Prudence Moulin teaches strategies and family and community history; Michelle Douchlhem teaches creative writing; Susan Zellamen teaches business management; Shirley Simon teaches social sciences and social work

1979

Sister Paula Francis in the management department; Gene teaches Victorian and Urban History; Dave Miller teacher of American History; Michael Soucoup teaches Psychology; Dan Valencort teaches philosophy; Carl Fritz teaches statistics and mathematics; Doug Lucas teaches art; Mary Griffin teaches strategies, literature and writing; Prudence Moulin teaches strategies and family and community history; Michelle Douchlhem teaches creative writing; Susan Zellamen teaches business management; Shirley Simon teaches social sciences and social work

1979

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

n.d.

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

n.d.

Margaret Zonsius was the college Bursar for Mundelein College from 1949 to 1974, as well as secterary to five presidents between 1940 and 1983.

1997-07-24

Sister Margaret Zonsius worked at Mundelein College for 52 years starting in 1939. She taught in the Economics department and worked as the school burser for a short time.

1997-07-24

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