Meet the 2014 Cahalan Awardees
The Cahalan Award is presented annually to Loyola alumni to honor the enduring contributions of former president, Father Patrick J. Cahalan, SJ, during his 27 years of service at the high school. It is in recognition of his belief in the ideals of Loyola and the Ignatian spirit of the Magis as exemplified through distinguished and meritorious service to Loyola and its community, the city of Los Angeles, the state of California, and the United States. Fr. Cahalan is now chancellor at Loyola Marymount University.
“The Cahalan awards are a celebration of notable alumni who personify Loyola’s motto, Men for Others,” said Rev. Gregory Goethals, S.J. “Each one of these gentlemen is an exemplary Cub, distinguished in his service to the Church, the education of youth, the works of charity and the building of a better city and community. They are a true inspiration for all of us at Loyola.”
Meet Lewis Stueck '53
At the age of seven, Lewis Stueck ‘53 watched a Loyola Football Game at the Rose Bowl and knew he would become a Cub. Click to read more and see a video on Lew.
Meet Dr. Clarence L. Shields Jr. '58
Dr. Shields initiated the Kerlan-Jobe Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, which has produced over 300 alumni. Click here to read more and see the video.
Meet Robert Buschelman '57
While a student at Loyola, Robert Buschelman ’57 was involved in the Sodality of Mary, Speech and Debate, and the school newspaper, the Loyalist. Click to read more and see the video.
Meet Judge Paul Boland '59
Judge Boland was an educator and social justice advocate. Click here to read more and see the video.