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Archive for December, 2016


Let’s Take This Moment to Reflect

December 14th, 2016

Sophomore year, the halfway point of college. After the first semester, I have had so many fun, moving, and meaningful experiences that I will cherish. From Peer Advising, to being a Kuya in Kapwa, to studying abroad in the summer; when my parents told me that college was the peak of their educational career, they […]


That’s a Wrap!

That’s a Wrap!

December 13th, 2016

The semester is finally almost to an end, and with finals in full swing, I think it’s a good time to do some reflection on how this past semester has been. As a freshman last year there was a lot for me to take in. Between no longer living at home, to living in the […]


Fall Semester Final’s Breakfast

Fall Semester Final’s Breakfast

December 7th, 2016

  Finals are approaching faster than it may seem, and as nerve wracking that sounds, the bright side is that winter break is almost here! You should be preparing for finals because you’re going to have a lot of reviewing to do, depending on how many exams you have, whether they’re cumulative or not, and […]


To those who are considering going to Loyola…

To those who are considering going to Loyola…

December 7th, 2016

    (directed toward high school students)   I know that the word “college” may bring a whole bunch of words to mind- independence, adulthood, dorming, friends, hard classes, doctors and professors, and so much more. This list is endless. As a whole, I have talked to many students who appeared to be overwhelmed with […]


DIMINUENDO & Cadence

DIMINUENDO & Cadence

December 6th, 2016

  Loyola’s one and only Literary & Arts magazine, Diminuendo & Cadence recently released their first issue for this school year, featuring photography, poems, short stories, and visual art from Loyola talent. Being around since 1952, this quarterly magazine has been a great outlet for Loyola students to detail emotions, that transcend just being a […]


Exploring Chicago: “I Am Booked”

Exploring Chicago: “I Am Booked”

December 6th, 2016

As I mentioned in a previous post, Chicago is a diverse city, full of unique neighborhoods. Each, has its own culture, identity, and vibe. Now, imagine this scenario. You are sitting in an antique arm chair with a freshly brewed cup of ground coffee on a side table while you cradle an anthology of the […]