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Archive for October, 2015


The Top 5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Wait ’til Junior Year to Visit the Art Institute

The Top 5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Wait ’til Junior Year to Visit the Art Institute

October 29th, 2015

Why did I wait until my junior year at Loyola to visit the Art Institute of Chicago? I’ve been wondering the same thing. It’s not that I dislike art, because I absolutely love it. It’s not that I hate museums, because I find them so interesting. It’s not that I live too far away, because […]


Sophomore Goals

Sophomore Goals

October 27th, 2015

I have learned many things from Freshman year – the do’s and the do not’s. This year, I hope to improve academically and learn more about who I am as an individual. 1. Make Connections. I am at the point where connections (to medical school, hospitals, and clinics) are essential to have. I am halfway […]


Loyolacapella Gets Halloweird

Loyolacapella Gets Halloweird

October 25th, 2015

If you’ve never been in to a cappella music before, Loyola might just change your mind. With four a cappella groups on campus this school is no stranger to crazy talented students singing without any musical instruments whatsoever. I must admit that I’m pretty biased for Loyolacapella, as one of my roommates is a member. […]


What Does “Commuting” Actually Mean?

What Does “Commuting” Actually Mean?

October 22nd, 2015

The first words that pop in my mind when hearing the word “commuting” are: independence, public, tiring, and home sweet home. For the commuting students, things can get a little more exhausting compared to the life of a student who dorms. Distance: Depending on where you live, you may have get up early and organize […]


You Don’t Need to Have it All Figured Out

October 17th, 2015

For every phase of life there seems to be a list of questions people love to ask you. Senior year you mastered the, “Will you graduate in the top of your class?”, “What are your plans for next year?”, “What university will it be?” and so on. Now, you’ve made it to your freshman year […]


40 Years of Tribulation & Grace

40 Years of Tribulation & Grace

October 15th, 2015

Marian Days can be considered the largest Roman Catholic gathering event in the North American continent, honoring the virgin Mary. This annual event welcomes Vietnamese Roman Catholics from around the world to the Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix, located in Carthage, Missouri. This year, more than 100,000 participants attended the 4-day event. 2015 is a […]


Adjustments

Adjustments

October 10th, 2015

I’m back from a semester abroad, I’ve moved off campus, and I’m an upperclassman. Fall 2015 has been a period of adjusting to say the least. Last spring I had probably the best semester of my college career studying at the John Felice Rome Center. So being back in Chicago has been a little more […]


It’s Good to be Back

It’s Good to be Back

October 5th, 2015

Hello All! It’s so wonderful to be back in school and blog for all you readers again. It is an honor to be one of the first people you meet (indirectly) as you begin your college search. My blog, Rambler’s Pie: A Fresh Slice of Loyola, describes the life of me as a Loyola undergrad […]