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  • Open House Chicago 2014

    Open House Chicago 2014

    October 28th, 2014

    by Amber Xie

    Once you visit Chicago, you will be amazed by countless beautiful examples of architecture. There are modern architecture such as Sears Tower, Godfrey Hotel and Inland Steel Building. Also, there are historical sites like Tribune Tower and Broadway in Chicago’s Oriental Theatre. It is amazing that Chicago rebuilt the city so well after the big […]

    My Loyola experiences

    October 26th, 2014

    by Innocent Ugwoke

    Introduction. Putting up my experiences here as an international student, on study in a foreign land is imperative. First, it affords me an ample opportunity to share experiences with other international students who may have similar, or rather different but related experiences. Secondly, it will give the resident students and the reading public in this […]

    Lessons we should be taught – Making friends

    October 24th, 2014

    by Dinah Arafeh

    Hey everybody! Firstly I want to introduce myself! My name is Dinah Arafeh, and I’m an American Syrian. Although I’m from those places I’ve never actually lived there, my mom’s job relocated us everywhere so in total I’ve moved countries more than 4 times, been to more than 6 schools and of different types, so […]

    Never hesitate to ask

    October 18th, 2014

    by Amber Xie

    Hi folks! My name is Amber Xie, a first year graduate student majoring in Accounting. I hope my blogs can offer some help and suggestions to you. I earned my BA degree at Michigan State University. That means this is my 4th year in USA. I have to say that leaving my home and studying […]

    Amazing Lake View in Chicago

    Amazing Lake View in Chicago

    October 18th, 2014

    by Sihui Xiong

    Hello guys, I’m Sihui. I’ve been Chicago for only two months, but I really love this city! Today, I’m going to introduce the most impressive part in my view about Chicago, that is the great lake view.   I’ve never thought a lake can be so broad, just like the ocean. When I first saw […]

    The time of our lives

    October 17th, 2014

    by Fernando Russo

    If you are like me and you walk home from the Water Tower Campus, on any given night you will feel, while walking on Michigan Avenue, that cold breeze that tells us that the summer is over. My summer went by so fast. I came to this city leaving my city, Buenos Aires, almost 6 […]

    Chicago – A City of a Million Opportunities

    October 15th, 2014

    by James Stancliffe

    Hey Guys! . The great thing about Loyola is not just the school itself, which I find to be pretty amazing. But in addition, you get to experience all the wonders of the city of Chicago, and all the music, comedy and culture that comes here. From tiny Jazz clubs to huge comedy outfits like […]

    Translating American Slang

    October 10th, 2014

    by Nicole Lobo

    Once you reach Chicago you’ll probably hear some words that you haven’t learned before in your English classes. These words are slang. Slang includes words and phrases that are regarded as very informal, more common in speech than writing, and are typically restricted to a particular context or group of people. In this post, I’m […]

    3 Tips for a More Balanced Life

    October 9th, 2014

    by Lindsay Chow

    Hello everyone! My name is Lindsay, I am a junior Advertising and Public Relations major and this is my first blog post of this year. I have been blogging for the Global Ambassadors for a few years now and I love seeing the transformation I have made since Freshman year. Before school started I had […]

    Getting Back On Track: Sophomore Year

    Getting Back On Track: Sophomore Year

    October 1st, 2014

    by Vinicius Guerra

    It feels great to be back to Chicago. I’m happy I can affirm that, even after having an agitated summer visiting home and traveling around Europe. I know that most of my challenges from last year are gone, and I am ready to apply all that I’ve learned from them. Also, I recognize I’ll be […]