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Loyola’s Water Tower Campus

Loyola’s Water Tower Campus

October 17th, 2017

by Miguel Molina

A block and a half away from Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, a few blocks from the Gold Coast neighborhood, and walking distance from the Oak Street Beach; you will find Loyola’s Water Tower Campus. Home to the Schools of Business, Education, Social Work, Law, Continuing & Professional Studies, Communications, and Loyola’s Arrupe College; Loyola’s other campus […]

Loyola Open House

Loyola Open House

October 13th, 2017

by Christopher Le

Our open house is NEXT week! Here at our Office at Undergraduate Admissions, we have been preparing for a long time to bring to you a wonderful experience of our university! If you are new to Loyola, I encourage you to at least come see the campus and see what we have to offer; with […]

Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Cermak-Chinatown

Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Cermak-Chinatown

October 10th, 2017

by Miguel Molina

This is Cermak-Chinatown, doors open on the left at Cermak-Chinatown. Hey everyone and welcome to the first installment of Explore Chicago: CTA Edition. Today, we are going to be exploring one of the most fun and diverse neighborhoods in the city, Chinatown! So be sure to bring your ventra card (u-pass), a couple of friends, […]

College Student Time Management

College Student Time Management

October 6th, 2017

by Christopher Le

There’s only 24 hours in a day and 7 days in a week. On average, the college student student gets 8 hours of sleep a day and 16 hours to go to school, eat, socialize, and study. Full time students take around 12-18 credit hours; part-time students take less than 12 credits. To say in […]

Costs of Study Abroad? Not as much as you imagine

October 6th, 2017

by Jessica Xi

I’m studying abroad for two semesters. The thought of that alone might make people (including me, to be quite honest) shudder for their wallets. I know, I know – “if you’re clasping your wallet so tight, why are you doing it, then?” Well, for a variety of reasons. First, I believe in the power of […]

Have No Fear, Resume Tips Are Here!

Have No Fear, Resume Tips Are Here!

October 5th, 2017

by Husna Afzal

  It is that time where many of us are either beginning to apply to graduate school, medical school, a job, etc.! Many of us may need to start working on our resumes whether it is for a job, an internship, applying to a school, etc. Now what is the function of a resume you […]

John Felice Rome Center Campus – curious?

John Felice Rome Center Campus – curious?

October 3rd, 2017

by Jessica Xi

Many people, when talking about the study abroad experience, like to focus on the dream world of travel that you can do. Places to see, people to meet, things to eat, and on and on. It was interesting for me, then, when I was doing research and preparations to come here, that I did not […]

Explore Chicago CTA Edition

Explore Chicago CTA Edition

October 3rd, 2017

by Miguel Molina

This is Loyola. Doors open on the left at Loyola. Welcome aboard the CTA Red Line. For this school year, 2017-2018, I want to take all of you on a journey on the CTA Red Line. For those of you not from Chicago or familiar with the CTA, I am going to give you a […]

Do Re Mi Fa Sol

Do Re Mi Fa Sol

September 29th, 2017

by Christopher Le

If you know me well enough, music is one thing I love A LOT. It’s one thing no one can take away from me and it is something I can create beautifully. I enjoy all types of music and I think it is one aspect that is so universal, so quite literally everyone can understand […]

The Adventure is Happening!

The Adventure is Happening!

September 28th, 2017

by Jessica Xi

As I write this, I’m on a bus towards Cinque Terre, a particularly beautiful cluster of Italian seaside towns. And it’s only a part of my journey so far. Hi everyone! I’m Jessica Xi, junior of Loyola aiming for majors in International Studies and History, and minors in Leadership Studies and Chinese. Above is a […]