I was listening to a replay of an interview with Howard Schultz, Starbucks CEO, about his new book, Onward, that details the company’s recent transformation. During the discussion, he talks about a few key points that distinguish Starbucks from companies like McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts. This started me thinking about the similarities between Starbucks and [...]
We’re fast approaching May 1, the National Candidate Decision Date for high school seniors to make their college choice. Though many of the students who applied to Loyola have already made their decision, all of us in the Office of Student Financial Assistance know that finances can be a big part of your final choice. [...]
At this time of year, admission officers hear from anxious high school seniors preparing to make their final college choices in advance of the May 1 deadline. Of course, we also hear from students about preparing for their senior prom. It’s simple. There are certain rites of passage that high school students experience—whether it is [...]
As the May 1 national candidate deadline approaches, many seniors are anxiously awaiting the next step in the college process because they already know where they are heading this fall. Other students are anxiously awaiting some type of divine intervention to tell them which school to choose. Either way, the next steps in the process [...]
Have you ever watched a movie and it went so fast that you had to stop and rewind it just to make sure you got it all? This past weekend, April 2 – 3, the Loyola community hosted over 4,000 guests, including admitted students and their families, during the annual Loyola Weekend. Having the chance [...]
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