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    Christopher Lam

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Don’t Miss Out on the Good Eats at Engrained Cafe

Don’t Miss Out on the Good Eats at Engrained Cafe

October 31st, 2014

by Laura Swanson

My freshman year at Loyola I made the mistake of only ever ordering coffee at Engrained. Don’t get me wrong the coffee is great, but Engrained is so much more than a coffee shop. With offerings ranging from a Loaded Grilled Cheese to the best cake balls you’ll ever eat, you need to explore the […]

Some Tricks, But Mostly Treats

October 31st, 2014

by Samantha Eddmeiri

GUYS, IT’S HALLOWEEN! Bring on the werewolves, last minute costumes, and pumpkin flavored EVERYTHING. This is my first Halloween in Chicago, and I am beyond excited for the new experience. Realistically all that I’ll do is sit in my dorm room drinking some cider from Engrained while watching a movie, but hey. It’s the pumpkin […]

Halloween at Loyola

October 31st, 2014

by Natalie Pantelis

It’s finally Halloween! In the spirit of the season, Loyola has many different activities going on to celebrate Halloween around campus! In this post, I will be discussing what fun things there are to do on campus to celebrate this fun holiday. There are many things to do around Loyola on Halloween! If you feel […]

Internships!

October 31st, 2014

by Foram Patel

Last time I wrote about picking a major, and finding what’s right for you– well this time I’m going to tell you about an awesome way to figure out just what’s right for you!… an INTERNSHIP! If you’re unfamiliar with what an internship is, it is basically the opportunity to put the skills you learn […]

Madonna della Strada

Madonna della Strada

October 30th, 2014

by Brienne Lubor

A recent poll by Best College Reviews named Loyola’s Madonna della Strada (MDS) one of the most beautiful campus chapels nationwide: “The Madonna Della Strada is a modern cathedral built for the Jesuit district at the Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois. The enchanting waters of Lake Michigan wave just a few feet from the white […]

Loyola Dining

October 29th, 2014

by Natalie Pantelis

Probably one of the most important factors in choosing a university to attend is knowing the quality of the food served on campus. Here at Loyola, there are many different options for food on campus. In this post, I will be discussing those different options and the quality of food served. Although sometimes you may […]

Picking a Major

October 29th, 2014

by Foram Patel

Senior year can be scary. It doesn’t matter if it is the senior year of high school, or the senior year of college (like me)- both hold so much expectedness! Senior year of high school, it’s all about applying to colleges and same goes for senior year of college- you’re applying to graduate school, or […]

6 Loyola Related Pages to ‘Like’ on Facebook

6 Loyola Related Pages to ‘Like’ on Facebook

October 29th, 2014

by Jace Sheu

DOP Loyola’s Department of Programming strives to “provide students with a variety of activities to enhance the Loyola experience.” DOP sponsors a multitude of events throughout the school year and their Facebook page keeps everyone in the loop! The DOP page contains information about exciting activities, which are almost always free for students, and lets […]

Stumbling into Italy?

Stumbling into Italy?

October 29th, 2014

by Therese Bennett

Writing about my travels abroad in my last post really made me miss Rome. And since I could not immediately get on a plane and fly there, I decided to search for a little piece of Rome in Chicago. So where can I find a place to relive my memories? Eataly of course! Eataly is […]

10th Floor of Mundelien

October 29th, 2014

by Christopher Lam

This floor can be considered my favorite floor because it is essentially the floor of music. My music class is up there and there are several piano rooms in which I have access to. Every morning, people can hear others sing, play stringed and aero phonic instruments, and more of all different genres ranging from […]