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Archive for October, 2012


Fright Fest

Fright Fest

October 30th, 2012

As my friends and I walked through the Centennial Forum Student Union (CSFU), we noticed a poster offering students tickets to the 2012 Six Flag’s Fright Fest. I walk through the CSFU countless times a day, usually in a rush and not paying any attention to all of the advertisements. Loyola often receives discounted student […]


Loyola vs. Russia

Loyola vs. Russia

October 27th, 2012

This past Wednesday the 2012-2013 Loyola Men’s Volleyball team played against a very strong Russian national team. For a exhibition game there were a ton of students in attendance and the game was among the best that I have seen while . Sure it is not quite the same without the old Alumni Arena but […]


Halloween Numero Uno

Halloween Numero Uno

October 26th, 2012

So as you all know Halloween falls on a Wednesday this year. That means there are two weekends to celebrate it! Tonight is the first night and boy are my roommates and I excited! We are doing a group costume and being the characters from Peter Pan! I am Tiger Lily, the Indian princess. My roommate (below) […]


Halloweekend Begins

Halloweekend Begins

October 26th, 2012

These past few weeks have been busy for me, as they have been for everyone else. Midterms have been coming and going, but they’ve been like that for over a month. My schedule has calmed down now on the school front, and the waters should be relatively calm until Finals. First order of business I […]


Some Simple, But Obvious, Tips For Applying

October 26th, 2012

Applying to college can be a daunting process. It appears like there is an endless number of things to fill out and send. I remember applying to schools not too long ago and thinking how over whelming it was. Now looking at the application process from the other end, I see how stress can take it’s toll […]


Busy Bee!

Busy Bee!

October 25th, 2012

Hey guys! Sorry my blogging has been seriously lacking in the past month. Remember when I said that things were going kind of slow? Since then, my life has been CrAzY! (Yes, it has been so crazy that letters of the word crazy need to be alternated between capital and lowercase to emphasize this.) Immediately […]


Beginning The Study Abroad Process

October 24th, 2012

One of the great things about Loyola is that they really encourage their students to study abroad. And many students do! Loyola makes it really easy to study abroad by providing a ton of information on their website and offering a lot of different study abroad options. We even have a campus in Rome, Italy […]


Filling the Void

October 24th, 2012

For all of the hockey fans who are really looking to fill the gigantic gap another NHL lockout has left, I can relate. An avid fan myself, I have had a difficult time finding a remedy to my hockey lockout blues. In fact, it are days like today when I miss coming home after a […]


A Key to the City

A Key to the City

October 22nd, 2012

Roller blades – they are indeed an overlooked, hidden key to the city. I got this idea as I was doing one of my favorite hobbies, thrift shopping. At the very first location of the day, a little resale outlet in Lincoln Park, I found this treasure. On these adventures I usually find things like […]


Around the Country and Back Again

Around the Country and Back Again

October 22nd, 2012

It’s been a long October. I’ve been literally all over the country, visiting high schools and attending college fairs. At one point, I visited three time zones in less than 48 hours. I felt like some world famous rapper on a global tour. But I wasn’t on tour. And I am not a world famous […]