Bloggers

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    Husna Afzal

    A Walk in a Rambler's Shoes
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    Christopher Lam

    Rambler's Pie: A Fresh Slice of Loyola
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    Miguel Molina

    Life El-evated
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    Paula Pujadas Perez

    A Little Piece of Spain
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    Meredith Simmons

    Life on The Other Coast
Fall Semester Final’s Breakfast

Fall Semester Final’s Breakfast

December 7th, 2016

by Husna Afzal

  Finals are approaching faster than it may seem, and as nerve wracking that sounds, the bright side is that winter break is almost here! You should be preparing for finals because you’re going to have a lot of reviewing to do, depending on how many exams you have, whether they’re cumulative or not, and […]

To those who are considering going to Loyola…

To those who are considering going to Loyola…

December 7th, 2016

by Christopher Lam

    (directed toward high school students)   I know that the word “college” may bring a whole bunch of words to mind- independence, adulthood, dorming, friends, hard classes, doctors and professors, and so much more. This list is endless. As a whole, I have talked to many students who appeared to be overwhelmed with […]

DIMINUENDO & Cadence

DIMINUENDO & Cadence

December 6th, 2016

by Austin Edington

  Loyola’s one and only Literary & Arts magazine, Diminuendo & Cadence recently released their first issue for this school year, featuring photography, poems, short stories, and visual art from Loyola talent. Being around since 1952, this quarterly magazine has been a great outlet for Loyola students to detail emotions, that transcend just being a […]

Exploring Chicago: “I Am Booked”

Exploring Chicago: “I Am Booked”

December 6th, 2016

by Miguel Molina

As I mentioned in a previous post, Chicago is a diverse city, full of unique neighborhoods. Each, has its own culture, identity, and vibe. Now, imagine this scenario. You are sitting in an antique arm chair with a freshly brewed cup of ground coffee on a side table while you cradle an anthology of the […]

Christmas at LUC

Christmas at LUC

November 30th, 2016

by Husna Afzal

There are endless ways to enjoy the holidays on campus and around Chicago! Grabs your coats, scarves and gloves and join us the Loyola alumni, staff, and students in some holiday fun! Damen Student Center tree lighting Dec. 1, 5 p.m. Start the Christmas season at Loyola with the annual tree lighting celebration in the […]

The Finish Line is Within Sight

The Finish Line is Within Sight

November 30th, 2016

by Christopher Lam

It was only a couple of days ago that I was able to enjoy my Thanksgiving break and not have to worry so much about schoolwork. Once I came back to school, I realized that finals were closer than I had expected. At this point in the semester, there are only two full weeks of […]

Staying Cool and Collected: A How-To Guide for Finals Week

Staying Cool and Collected: A How-To Guide for Finals Week

November 29th, 2016

by Austin Edington

Finals are right around the corner, and with that a number of papers, presentations, and other course work are coming up out of nowhere. If this is your first semester at college, or if you’re just looking for some activities to keep yourself from going crazy with all the studying and work, there’s plenty of […]

Loyola’s Celebrities: Sister Jean and Tivo

Loyola’s Celebrities: Sister Jean and Tivo

November 29th, 2016

by Miguel Molina

When you ask a Loyola student of what is iconic of our campus, many students will respond with Sister Jean or Tivo. Both are friendly, approachable, and know how to make your day so much better! During my freshman year, I was introduced to both of them. And, like so many other students, I felt […]

Where’d the Semester Go?

Where’d the Semester Go?

November 22nd, 2016

by Austin Edington

  Thanksgiving break already? This semester seems like it’s breezed on by, with only a couple weeks left in the semester. (And a couple papers that I still haven’t started.) Realizing how quickly everything has flashed before my eyes gives me a great chance to finally reflect on this past semester. As a sophomore, I […]

With the Swipe of a Ventra Card

With the Swipe of a Ventra Card

November 22nd, 2016

by Miguel Molina

Chicago is often seen as a city of diverse and unique neighborhoods, this is an understatement. Each of these neighborhoods are homes to different cultures, identities, and backgrounds that all make Chicago the city it is. One of the greatest perks of being a Loyola student is the Ventra card. This blue card, that is […]