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Archive for March, 2016


Multicultural Overnight

Multicultural Overnight

March 30th, 2016

I decided to be an overnight host again for a Multicultural Overnight event. This was a little different from a previous overnight event I did. This Multicultural Overnight event focused on having high school students who identify themselves as people of color come together and meet other Loyola students who are students of color in order to feel […]


“Rate My Professor”

“Rate My Professor”

March 30th, 2016

I am sure many of you have heard of the website: www.ratemyprofessor.com and wonder…”how accurate is this?” But for those of you who don’t know what this is, it is a review site which allows college and university students to assign ratings to professors and campuses of American, Canadian, and United Kingdom institutions. These ratings are based on: […]


Megabus Adventures

Megabus Adventures

March 30th, 2016

Welcome back everyone and I hope you all had a wonderful Easter! I went to visit my parents and black lab in Columbus, Ohio. But since I decided to visit them last minute, plane rides to Columbus ranged from $200-300 round trip. Not wanting to risk a ride with a stranger from Loyola, I opted to take a bus home. […]


Deposit Paid and Forms Signed: Now What?

Deposit Paid and Forms Signed: Now What?

March 29th, 2016

Well done, you. So you’ve done everything the UAO asked you to do – took the placement tests, promised to keep doing good senior year (right?), turned in your money, signed away your life. Now all there’s left to do is… what? Chances are, you’re going to go into this whole process without knowing where […]


Simple and Sweet Reflection of College

Simple and Sweet Reflection of College

March 29th, 2016

It is remarkable to look back and reflect on my college journey. I am almost halfway done with my undergraduate studies and there are only two more years until that long, anticipated moment where I walk onstage in graduation attire to receive my B.S. diploma. Freshman and sophomore year, to be honest, was hectic. I […]


Decision Time

March 27th, 2016

You’ve made it. You’re nearly finished with your senior year of high school and you can’t wait to take the next steps toward your future in college. College…that’s the tough part isn’t it? By this point you’re probably dizzy from all the campuses you’ve toured and the pile of acceptance letters at you’ve accumulated. Now […]


Studying Aboard at Madrid

Studying Aboard at Madrid

March 24th, 2016

I am so thrilled to have been accepted to the Saint Louis University in Madrid, Spain! I will be spending my fall semester of 2016 in Madrid! I will learn about a different culture and live with a host family for about 4 months. This is really exiting! My friends will also be joining me, so […]


Eating Healthy On a Meal Plan

Eating Healthy On a Meal Plan

March 23rd, 2016

  One of the worst things that everyone hears about Freshman year of college is the Freshman 15. The supposedly infamous 15 lbs that most freshman will gain in their first year of college. The worst part is that according to WebMD, this old college wives tale, is for real. After some serious googling, I […]


Summer Plans as a Loyola Student

Summer Plans as a Loyola Student

March 23rd, 2016

You’ve finally gotten over the crazy midterms, quizzes, endless nights of studying, homework, labs, and finals week! Even though some of you may be taking classes over the summer, enjoy your summer break! Take the time to acknowledge all of the hard work you have put forth these past semesters and treat yourself. Summer break […]


8 Free Apps You’ll Need for College

8 Free Apps You’ll Need for College

March 22nd, 2016

Ah, modern technology. Isn’t it great? It allows us to connect with each other, it allows us to create, to learn, and to share. Incidentally, it also allows me to write this to tell you about apps you’ll be needing in college. Some of them are Loyola-specific, but the ones that aren’t will be useful […]