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Archive for December, 2014


See you later, 2014!

December 31st, 2014

Happy last day of 2014! While I know some of you will be doing nothing but sitting at home on your couch watching the ball drop on television, I wanted to make a quick post for those of you opting to go out. If you are still in the Chicago area, this is a reminder […]


2014 in Review for LUC

December 31st, 2014

On the last day of 2014 it’s time to look back on the year and reflect. For Loyola University Chicago the year has seen all sorts of changes, high points, and tragedy–here’s a few: LUC is the 4th greenest university on Sierra Club’s list. Thanks to the Institute of Environmental Sustainability–run on geothermal energy, housing […]


New Year’s Resolutions

December 30th, 2014

  While I’m sure many of you already have  your own New Year’s resolutions lined up for 2015, I am sharing what I would consider to be a helpful list of resolutions for a college-bound, high school senior: Don’t let senioritis get the best of you. Your second semester grades still matter, so don’t risk […]


Set the World on Fire

Set the World on Fire

December 29th, 2014

When you walk on-campus, you can see students all over walking from class to class. After my first semester of school, I see things differently. I see future teachers, doctors, mathematicians, astrologists, musical composers, artists, business owners, and so much more. It is obvious to see that from receiving a Loyola education, you gain more […]


6 Facts That Will Boost Your Chicago Pride

6 Facts That Will Boost Your Chicago Pride

December 28th, 2014

The 3rd largest city in the United States is home to a few surprises. I’ve always felt that Chicago was special, but here’s some facts that will have you convinced as to why this city truly is the best. Outside of the Louvre in Paris, The Art Institute of Chicago houses the largest collection of […]


Spring Book Sales

December 28th, 2014

Let’s be honest. Even though there is still almost two full weeks to the break left, school is still in the back of our minds. We’ve made it through the first semester, but what awaits within the second? You’ve signed up for your classes, and hopefully at this point everything is set into place with […]


A Christmas Poem for LUC

December 26th, 2014

On Christmas Day our campus was quiet, all of the Ramblers back in their hometowns. Mom’s cooking for a month–say goodbye to your diet. Winter break is far from a let down, who doesn’t love catching up with family and friends? Frankly, it becomes exhausting. Some of us will be sad when break ends, But when […]


Kindness is Everything.

December 25th, 2014

Christmas is finally here and what a day it has been! I love to see people smile, laugh, and ultimately be happy. I love to give presents out to people; it shows people that you thought about them and shows them that you care. Especially when I get presents, I do not think about how […]


Deadlines and Dues

December 25th, 2014

Hello everyone! Happy Holidays! As this year comes to a close, everyone is feeling at least a little big nostalgic: we remember the good and bad times we’ve had this year, all that has changed and all that has happened. However, try not to get lost in a nostalgic stupor! For you high school seniors, […]


Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays

December 23rd, 2014

The holiday season is here again. I’m looking forward to spending the next week with family and friends. I’m also looking forward to a little relaxation! Whatever your tradition, I wish you a happy holiday season! And if you have a moment, take a look at some of the festivities around our recent tree lighting.