2020

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  • The Golf Classic has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 1, 2020

    We hope that our Ignatius community is remaining healthy and safe during these challenging and difficult times. While we are unable to gather as a community on Wednesday, June 17, for the Golf Classic, we have rescheduled the event for Thursday, October 1, 2020 at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club.
  • Wilbon '76 Featured in Chicago Magazine

    Michael Wilbon '76, the ESPN analyst, was recently interviewed for Chicago Magazine about the absence of sports and other topics. CLICK HERE to read more.
  • Ignatius Connects - Coming Mid-June!

    Connecting Ignatius alumni, parents, and friends with jobs, internships, and mentorships. Plus, so much more!  Stay tuned for more information! 
  • Jesuit Volunteer Program

    Just graduated? Not sure what to do next, but want to make a difference? Consider this program at Chicago Christ the King Jesuit College Prep. CLICK HERE for more.
  • Ignatians Come Together to Support Our Community

    The Strength of the Pack was clearly demonstrated in our #SICarePackages campaign. Our Ignatius community never ceases to amaze us with their generosity and willingness to support each other. Thank you to all who participated in this effort and thank you to all of our front line responders and essential workers for serving as men and women for others during these challenging times. We are so proud of our Ignatius community! CLICK HERE for updates on how your contributions helped and to learn more about our remarkable Ignatians!
  • Congratulations Video for the Class of 2020

    The end of the current school year is certainly not how we envisioned sending off the Class of 2020, however, we are very proud of each one of our graduates for showing great resilience and perseverance. Through many trials and tribulations, our student body remained committed to their education and to serving others. They joined together to demonstrate their strength, dedication and ability to adapt to life's challenges.

    Please click HERE to view a video honoring our outstanding 150th graduating class. We ask you to keep our most recent alumni in your prayers as they begin new chapters in life and live as men and women for others!
  • Fr. Michael McGovern '82 Appointed Bishop of the Diocese of Belleville

    On April 3rd, Pope Francis announced that he has named Father Michael G. McGovern, a priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago, as Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Belleville, Illinois. CLICK HERE for the full article.
  • Gardner '84 Named to Top 50 Most Powerful List

    Marilynn Kelly Gardner '84 was recenly named to Chicago Magazine's list of the Most Powerful Women in Chicago. CLICK HERE to read more.
  • Healy '01 Releases Podcast

    Bill Healy '01 recently co-produced a 7-part investigative podcast called "Somebody" that is hosted by a woman whose son was shot and killed in the Belmont-Cragin neighborhood of Chicago in 2016. Read more at www.somebodypodcast.com.
  • Hobson '87 Named to Top 50 Most Powerful List

    Mellody Hobson '87 was recently named to Chicago Magazine's list of the Most Powerful Women in Chicago. CLICK HERE to read more.
  • Parent of Alumni Publishes Book

    Parent of two alumni ('17 & '19), Colleen McFarland, reached #1 on Amazon with her book, DisconnectedMcFarland summarizes what employers need to know about iGen, born between 1995 and 2012, including how to welcome, support and impress them. The book explores how companies can use a resource they already have - their people data - to signal to younger workers that they can be part of their company’s future and have time for a healthy and purposeful life. CLICK HERE for more
  • Winfrey '13 Helping to Organize Volunteers for COVID-19 Fight

    Sara Winfrey '13 is working with the National Student Response Network (NSRN) which aims to field the COVID-19 related volunteer needs of hospitals and public health departments and match them with nearby health professions students who are eager to help their communities. They currently have over 4,500 students in their network. For Medical, Nursing, or PA students: please CLICK HERE. For hospitals, public health departments, or non-profits in need of volunteers: please CLICK HERE.
  • Please Donate to Support Ignatius Owned Restaurants and First Responders

    As a way to support our alumni who are working to keep their businesses open while honoring our alumni first responders and medical professionals, we are kicking off a campaign to show our support. 
  • Simmerling '81

    Ignatians Working on the Front Lines of COVID-19

    Click here for news from the Ignatian family about those making a difference in the fight against COVID-19.

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