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    Tian Yan


On Building Relationships

April 16th, 2014

by Eman El Bakry

When I first moved here from Egypt I got introduced to the concept of networking and how important it is to be well connected especially in the professional world. It wasn’t new to me but not part of my culture and especially not in the professional scene.  I was very uncomfortable at first with the […]


How Much of Chicago Have You Explored?

April 7th, 2014

by Silvia Fabian

Recently, I posted on Facebook “50 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Chicago​” then a few minutes later someone from back home asked me if I have visited the aquarium or the planetarium. Sadly, my answer was no and continued to say I’m a college student who studies, eat, sleep, goes to the gym, and […]


Introduce yourself to the world

April 3rd, 2014

by Tian Yan

It is April now, and seniors will graduate soon. I believe right now there are so many students are editing their resumes. For international students, I do understand their situation because they may want to have some working experience in the United States before they go back to their countries. So today I am going […]


Dining Up – iNG Restaurant

Dining Up – iNG Restaurant

April 1st, 2014

by James Stancliffe

Hey Guys,   I just thought I’d let you know what I thought about a great restaurant that I went to eat at about a month ago – just one of thousands of opportunities you can have in Chicago!   Peace,   James     Unlike some people, my parents and I never went out […]


45 days

March 27th, 2014

by Michelle Lau

Hello again, It’s a week-long fun because my best friend came from Ames, Iowa to Chicago to spend my birthday week with me. How blessed. I was chilling at my apartment the other day, sipping on my cup of freshly brewed coffee, listening to Imagine Dragon tracks and while I unlocked my iPhone, I saw […]


Why The “Sophomore Slump” Is A Beautiful Thing

March 23rd, 2014

by Lindsay Chow

Early this year I wrote a blog post on how different this year was going to be. Between my classes, living situation and my job my prediction rang true, this year was different. As I went away for Spring Break this year I left Loyola a little lost. I realized I started going through the […]


The Countdown to Summer!

March 19th, 2014

by Eman El Bakry

Just 2 months, 8 weeks, 56 more days till we can officially walk around with just a T-shirt! The worst part is over and even though the weather is tricky and one day its nice and sunny and the next its cold and snowy, I’m still happy and can feel the Spring come along and […]


Pray for the Missing Plane MH370

Pray for the Missing Plane MH370

March 12th, 2014

by Tian Yan

MH370, the flight from Malaysia to Beijing, China,  was disappeared off the radar on Saturday. There were 227 passengers and 12 crew on the flight. Up to now, this flight is still not founded. We don’t know where the flight goes, but we really care about the people on that plane. It is a sad […]


American Football 101

February 26th, 2014

by Nicole Lobo

Superbowl Sunday took place a couple of weeks ago. It is one of the largest US television events and millions of people tune in to watch it. Even if your not a sports fan you can still enjoy the ingenious commercials and the half time show. One of the main features of the Super bowl […]


New Experiences

February 25th, 2014

by Vinicius Guerra

When I first arrived at Loyola, I decided that I wanted to become more involved in the community by participating in social service. However, I didn’t have enough free time to put my plan into practice during the first semester. My poor time management skills affected me in many ways throughout my first semester in […]