The LUC Library Catalog is where you'll find a record of every book, e-book, set of books, and journal (by title) in LUC libraries. The Library Catalog also provides access to many but not all titles that LUC provides access to via subscription databases.
If you are looking to see if Loyola provides access to an article, the first place to look is the Library Catalog. The best way to search is to go to the advanced search screen, then choose title from the first-dropdown box and enter the article title (or pertinent keywords). Make sure that you are searching under the "Books, Articles & more" to ensure that you search all LUC libraries. This search will search through most of the databases available at LUC. If that doesn't work, expand your search by looking for the title of the journal itself. This search will pick up any print or electronic journal titles that don't appear in any of the indexed databases.
This page includes tips and sources for retrieving both law review articles and non-law journal articles. While Lexis Advance and Westlaw might seem to be the most obvious choices for locating journal articles, these services have two significant drawbacks: first, they only rarely provide page numbering from the original; second, their coverage for journals only goes back to 1980 for most titles.
Try these steps/sources in the order presented.
LUC students have access to thousands if not tens of thousands of journals in the fields of health, business, education etc. Many of these titles are owned by LUC libraries as individual titles, but many many more reside in databases LUC libraries provides access to. It may be necessary to check both. Here's a good way to locate articles from titles other than law journals and law reviews.