Earth Day is celebrated every year on April 22nd worldwide (just yesterday). Campaigns are held in cities all over the world encouraging citizens to plant a tree, use public transit and help beautify the city through restoration of the cities
While this one day is dedicated to bringing awareness to the importance of conservation of our […]
Soon to be Loyola grad, Stephanie Zblewski, reports on the Washington Redskins:
Dan Snyder, the owner of the Washington Redskins, announced the organization is planning for a new stadium. The facility location has not yet been decided, but potential sites include Washington D.C. or Virginia. Snyder has already begun discussion with architecture firms.
The Redskins currently play […]
Matheus Ale takes a look at the upcoming NFL draft:
As the NFL draft approaches, so does the madness behind its mock drafts. Whether it is Todd McShay, Mel Kipper Jr. or Adam Franz, none of them will ever stop guessing which player each team will take come May. The truth behind it all is that […]
KATE: My days of my attempted eloquence are over. There is too much to say now, and too little time spent quietly; we are so excited for our last hours in Bogota that even when we have a little time we fill it with something additional.
Yesterday, we were generously hosted by the Jesuit University, Javeriana. […]
Kristin Sax is avid Cubs fan and shares her thoughts on Bryant’s debut:
After an amazing beginning at Wrigley Field against the two rivals the Cardinals and the Rockies, the Cubs are off to a great start. They may have had some setbacks with the bathrooms but they have a great system going now. They are […]
An interesting and timely analysis of the growth of soccer overseas by Isabella Togni:
Most Brazilian players dreams are to make it to the top European football clubs. But lately these players are moving to a different sporting nation, China.
Even though the English Premier League, Spain’s La Liga, and the Bundesliga in Germany have dominated the […]
KATE: The privilege of taking a class with the view of the Andes mountains is hard to put in to words. Further still, the privilege of being so immersed in the learnings that you aren’t even distracted by the beautiful scenery, impossible! We were given the chance to have a lecture with Professor Andres Barrios […]
Michael Scott provides his take on an exciting green jacket win:
Over the weekend Jordan Spieth won the 2015 Masters, an achievement he will never forget. Spieth scored a four round score of 270, tying Tiger Woods for the lowest score in Masters history.
While the aging Tiger Woods has been struggling to stay healthy, Spieth and […]
With spring in the air, it’s hard not to think of baseball. Here’s Bobby O’Mullan’s take on the Nationals:
Sunday the Phillies hosted the Washington Nations, when with two outs, Bryce Harper hit a homerun into left center, which was caught by a young Phillies fan. Despite being pressured by at least one near by fan […]
In anticipation of this Thursday’s annual Women’s Networking Event, we wanted to introduce our Event Hosts and ask them a few questions on family business, career challenges, and what they think it takes for women to become stronger, more confident leaders in the workplace.
Michelle McCaskey (G4), Chicago Bears
Michelle has spent most of her career in […]