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Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – Back to Reality

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – Back to Reality

Supreet Dhaliwal ’21
Major: Supply Chain Management

As I unpack my suitcase and gather to replace my souvenirs with textbooks in my backpack, I am in awe that the Ramble is over. The trip went by faster than I could imagine; its true, time really does fly when you’re having fun. When my family picked me up […]

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – LAWA and Accenture

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – LAWA and Accenture

Poorvi Modi ’22
Major: Economics

Filled with excitement for the last day and our last two site visits, the Ramble team gathered in the lobby at an early hour in the morning. We headed first to the Los Angeles World Airports, then Accenture. A bunch of us were looking forward to the Accenture visit in hopes of […]

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – LAWA and Accenture

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – LAWA and Accenture

Supreet Dhaliwal ’21
Major: Supply Chain Management, Information Systems

Waking up on Friday was a bittersweet moment. We were excited to visit Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and Accenture but were sad that today was our last day of site visits. In the cool early morning, we traveled to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). We engaged with […]

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – LAWA and Accenture

Uriel Reyes Vazquez ’21
Major: Finance

For today’s site visits, we started off by heading out to Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). We were greeted by Brandon Nunn-Zia, Stephanie Sampson, and the Interim CEO of the company, alumni Justin Erbacci. While here, we learned about the various aspects and moving parts that go into a career in […]

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – CBS and The Los Angeles Times

Bryanna Butler, Arrupe College Class of 2020
Major: A.A. Business Administration

As we approached the second to last day of our Quinlan Ramble trip, the weather and scenery cease to amaze me. When we approached the facility, there were security gates that we had to pass. I felt like I was about to become an insider to […]

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – CBS and The Los Angeles Times

Poorvi Modi ’22
Major: Economics

From the Studios to the Printing Press

After we enjoyed a hearty breakfast at the LA Grand, we were off to our earliest start of the week so far. While one would think it was amazing to spend spring break in sunny California, that was just the beginning of what made our trip […]

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – CBS and The Los Angeles Times

Morgan Ransom ’22
Major: International Business, minor in Chinese Language and Culture

As a child, I dreamt of being a journalist, telling the stories of my community and searching for the truth in all things. As you could imagine, that dream came true on our visits to CBS and LA Times. Walking through the various sets at […]

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – Glenair

Maria Pimentel ’20
Major: Management, Human Resources Management

And the award goes to day 3 in LA… It has been an adventure being able to visit Capitol Records and Trader Joe’s. Today was a long day, but full of adventures and excitement. The Ramble had the pleasure to visit Glenair, where we not only learned about their […]

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – Glenair and the Alumni Reception

Nicole Bond ’21
Major: Supply Chain Management

For the students on the Quinlan Ramble, our itinerary on Wednesday carried special importance. Wednesday would begin with our site visit to the Glenair headquarters in Glendale, and we were looking forward to a Loyola networking event in the evening with prominent west-coast business and law alumni. This would be […]

Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles – Trader Joe’s

Perla Solano ’23
Major: Marketing

The day started out great! The sun was out, warm weather, and light traffic in LA. We visited Trader Joe’s in Monrovia and Pasadena, California. When we got to the building, it appears very simple from the outside. I learned they keep their building very simple because Trader Joe’s should be about […]