Los Lobos de Loyola
C. Francisco Cardenas Martinez (Mexico)
Outside Norville Athletics, 6526 N. Winthrop Ave.
This sculpture pays homage to St. Ignatius of Loyola and celebrates generosity, a value central to the University’s mission. Legend has it that the Loyola family was so generous that after feeding family and soldiers, they had enough food left to feed the animals. This act of giving is represented by the two wolves and kettle, which are depicted on Loyola’s shield and in this 8-foot-tall sculpture outside the Norville Athletic Center.
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