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    Lori Greene

    From the Director
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    Lindsy Fagerstrom

    Admission Ramblings
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    Yuliya Chernyavskaya

    The Lively Undergrad Chronicles
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    Kyle Forbush

    Ramble On!
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    Joseph Filer

    Ramblin' with a Camera
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    Ellen Gordon

    Sleep is for the Weak (or the Weekends)
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    Nicholas Herrmann

    LUCky Life
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    Antoinette Isama

    Loyola Through My Eyes
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    Mary Catherine Mason

    Meet Me in Chicago
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    Kaia Trubiano

    Livin’ La Vida Loyola
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    Tanner Walters

    Life on the Lake

Archive for August, 2011

Welcome Class of 2015!

August 29th, 2011

New Student Convocation is an annual Loyola tradition where incoming freshmen are formally welcomed as a part of the Loyola community. This past Friday afternoon, students, faculty, and staff gathered at the East Quad right in front of the Information Commons. Music played as students showed their excitement for the start of the academic year […]

Meeting College Admission Deadlines

August 23rd, 2011

With the start of senior year comes the discussion about where students will apply to college and when they should apply. Prior to knocking on the college counselor’s door, I would like to offer a little bit of background on how deadlines work at the majority of colleges and universities within the U.S. This information […]

College Interview Preparation

August 10th, 2011

Interviews can be a stressful part of the college admission process. Some universities require the interview as part of your admission, while some require an interview for certain scholarships. Still other universities use the interview as an opportunity to get to know a student and his or her interests better. Whether the interview is conducted […]

Secrets to Successful Campus Visits…Part II

August 3rd, 2011

I promised a follow-up to last week’s entry about what makes the actual campus visit successful. But before we go any further, keep in mind that in order to have a good visit, it has to be “successful” for the prospective student and the university. I say this because college selection is a two-way street. […]