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    Adhwa Alahmadi

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    Eman El Bakry

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    Lindsay Chow

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    Daniel Darmanin

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    Vinicius Guerra

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    Michelle Lau

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    Nicole Lobo

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Why Jesuit Matters

February 18th, 2014

by Lindsay Chow

People often ask if I applied to Loyola because it was a Jesuit school and to be honest, I really didn’t think about it like that. When I applied senior year of high school (seems like forever ago) I loved having two campuses and being in Chicago but still having a campus. However with three […]

Taking the Chicago Fun Indoors

February 17th, 2014

by Bernice Sitompul

Being away from Chicago for winter break for three weeks proved to be a little too long for me: I missed my friends, the city, and as hard as it is to believe, I also missed having a busy schedule and running around campus getting things accomplished. However, what I was not particularly looking forward […]

Happy Chinese New Year!!!

Happy Chinese New Year!!!

February 6th, 2014

by Tian Yan

The past weekend was the Chinese New Year. Before I start, I’d like to say Happy Chinese New Year to you all! This year in China is the year of horse. In China, horse is a very special animal because it means a lot for Chinese people. For example, Chinese people believe horse have strong […]

Basketball time!

February 5th, 2014

by Silvia Fabian

Hey there dear readers! The first month of my second semester have passed and I  decided  to take some time to remember some memories from last semester, and  one that came up  was my first sporting event at Loyola. Apart that it was my first  sport event at Loyola it was  the first game of […]

Cherish the Moment

February 5th, 2014

by Michelle Lau

Time flies. We have to admit. Reminiscing the days when I just step foot into Loyola, as if it was yesterday. I came in as a sophomore. I had my specs and ugly sweater on during orientation day. Today, I wear something relatively different compared to two years ago. I am not saying that I’ve […]

A quietly amazing weekend right here on campus!

February 4th, 2014

by James Stancliffe

Hey Everyone! Its great to talk to you all again! I hope your holiday period was fantastic, your applications are in and you will hear back from our admissions department soon, if you already haven’t! I’ll bet that in a few months’ time, we will be welcoming you into the Loyola family! Coming to Loyola, […]

Tasting Cultures in Chicago

January 31st, 2014

by Andrea Sanchez

Hey guys! My name is Andrea Sanchez and I’m a sophomore here at Loyola University Chicago. I am from El Salvador, I been in Chicago for almost two years and in that time, I have been able to broaden my culinary horizons. One of the things that I love about going to school in Chicago […]

6 months and counting

January 29th, 2014

by Nicole Lobo

This blog entry is particularly special to me, because it has been six months to the day since I first came to the U.S. So, I thought I would write about my experiences so far as an international student at Loyola and as a graduate student in the MS in Integrated Marketing Communications program, offered […]

A refreshing break

January 29th, 2014

by Nikhil Sequeira

This past Christmas, I was in Singapore with my family – well mainly my father playing on the beautiful golf courses the island has to offer. It was a good break because I was free from thought of finals and other such stresses. It gave me time to relax and in doing so, I learned […]

Surviving Chicago’s Winter

January 22nd, 2014

by Eman El Bakry

When I applied to volunteer to be a global ambassador for LUC, I told myself that I will be as honest as possible and really try to capture moments from my experience here to share with other students and future international students as well. That being said, this blog is a little hard to write […]