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Archive for September, 2013


Life Around Loyola

Life Around Loyola

September 29th, 2013

Loyola University of Chicago is a great place to be. Not only is it a beautiful campus next to the lake, but the community provides thousands of ways to get involved! Loyola offer various resources such as organization, study abroad, and business fairs. However, there are plenty of other, more laid back, events as well […]


Fostering A Dog In College

Fostering A Dog In College

September 29th, 2013

I am an avid dog-lover. I grew up with a family dog my entire life and sorely miss my dog while I am at school. So you can imagine how often I find myself wishing that I had my dog, or any dog for that matter, with me at school to cuddle and play with. […]


How Many Schools Should You Apply To?

September 27th, 2013

That is the question. I hear it from students and parents each year. And my answer—it depends. Many times students start out open-minded and add schools to their list to check out. Maybe mom or dad graduated from one of them or it’s a state flagship school or you’re a fan of the football team. […]


Pets in College

Pets in College

September 26th, 2013

About a month ago, my boyfriend and I got a kitten named Ike. Since then, I’ve been meaning to write about him, but he didn’t fit well into any of my blogs. Ike is just over 5 months old so of course he requires a lot of attention. He’s curious about everything, like every baby […]


Making College Fun

September 26th, 2013

Even with a lot of work to do, I still find time to do enjoyable activities. Studying is important, but having downtime is just as important. I don’t work well when I’m stressed because my mood and motivation go down and nothing gets done. Therefore, I’m going to write several of the things I’ve done […]


Autumn Is Upon Us

September 26th, 2013

Four days ago, September 22, was the official beginning of Autumn. Leaves are slowly changing colors, the weather is beginning to chill, and homework is piling up. After having my first couple of tests, I can officially say that every aspect about Summer is over. Late nights gazing at the stars have been replaced by […]


Lost in Tech Week

September 23rd, 2013

Another day, another tech week post-but that’s the life of a theatre major. As I said before, I am currently playing Jay in Loyola’s production of Lost in Yonkers , which opens this Friday! I spent the weekend in the Newhart Family Theatre preparing. The last time I wrote about tech rehearsals, I was on […]


Survival of the Fittest

Survival of the Fittest

September 18th, 2013

As previously mentioned in my last blog post, I now have my own apartment. Pretty soon after moving in, I discovered that there were a lot of things I would now have to learn how to do for myself. I would no longer have my mom or my roommates or my roommates’ boyfriends to kill […]


Much More Than a Farmers’ Market

Much More Than a Farmers’ Market

September 13th, 2013

When students and parents ask me where to begin their college search, I don’t really have any one good answer. For some students, it might be available majors that is the most critical must-have. For others, it might be location. Still others might find academic or social clubs highly important. But one thing I feel […]


So Say We All

So Say We All

September 10th, 2013

As y’all may have noticed, I disappeared last semester. When they say that your spring semester of junior year is the hardest in the nursing program here, they aren’t kidding. Luckily, I was able to have such a relaxing summer that I feel rejuvenated and ready for my senior year! So, what did I do […]