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The following excerpt comes from Inside Loyola in Chicago, Illinois and was originally published on March 7, 2012.

Loyolas commitment to social justice was once-again manifested in January with the announcement that Loyola is ranked 17th for the amount of alumni serving in the Peace Corps among mid-sized universities. Loyola currently has 26 alumni serving in the Peace Corps, and since its inception in 1961, more than 415 Loyola alumni have served in the Peace Corps around the world.

So where have these globe-trotting, social-justice seeking Loyolans gone, and what have they done? Below, youll learn more about where some of Loyolas Peace Corps volunteers went, what they did, and where they are now, including the story of the first-ever Peace Corps member from Loyola, Martin J. Gleason.

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