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Archive for February, 2018


Spring Festival? Spring Festivities!

Spring Festival? Spring Festivities!

February 28th, 2018

I told you about my Fall Break trip to Greece for ten days or so last semester, but Spring Festival trip here in China is a little bit different. Sure, last semester we had Fall Break and also Thanksgiving break, and this semester we have Spring Festival and Spring Break (and two long weekends as […]


Explore Chicago: Spring Break Special

Explore Chicago: Spring Break Special

February 27th, 2018

The weather is finally getting warmer, the jackets are getting lighter, and the grass is trying to get greener; spring is slowly but surely making its way to Chicago! Here at Loyola, this coming week, we are getting ready for our Spring Break. Whether you live in Chicago and want to explore more of the […]


Too Much To Afford?

Too Much To Afford?

February 22nd, 2018

One thing that I always hear, is that Loyola is an expensive institution. As a private, Jesuit school, it is obvious that it would be more expensive than a state school, however there are things that YOU can consider to make Loyola more affordable. In other words, it isn’t as expensive as you think, once […]


Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Addison

Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Addison

February 20th, 2018

This is Addison. Doors open on the right at Addison. This is a red line train to Howard. Hey everyone, welcome back to the seventh installment of Explore Chicago CTA Edition! As always, I’m your blogger, Miguel Molina! Today, we are going to be having some fun with both eats, treats, and sights down at […]


Working at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Working at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions

February 17th, 2018

To say in the least, I consider the people in this office to be like family. We have so many outgoing student workers and amicable admission counselors who make each day so fun and enjoyable. Unlike other offices, our office takes care of the most essential part of the university- admitting students! It is always […]


It’s Okay to Be Undecided

It’s Okay to Be Undecided

February 13th, 2018

There are two common questions that people ask college students. “What is your major?” is always the top one and coming close second, “What are you going to do with that?”. I am here to reassure you that being undecided or uncertain with your major is a perfectly normal feeling that almost all students go […]


Loyola opens ‘Flex Lab’ to Accommodate for More Lab Space

Loyola opens ‘Flex Lab’ to Accommodate for More Lab Space

February 12th, 2018

GREAT NEWS for all of us science students… Loyola is planning to create new labs to be utilized by students from various science majors on North Broadway Street, between Bar 63 and the Life Storage building. Turns out, Loyola had bought this building in 2011, but it was just used as a storage area until it […]


New Years Celebration: Year of the Dog

New Years Celebration: Year of the Dog

February 7th, 2018

New Years, again? In many parts of Asia, New Years is celebrated based on the Lunar calendar rather than the traditional Gregorian calendar starting on January 1st. This year, New Years falls on February 16, 2018 and it so happens to be the year of the dog (based on the 12-year zodiac cycle). Those who […]


Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Belmont

Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Belmont

February 6th, 2018

This is Belmont. Doors open on the right at Belmont, transfer to Purple and Brown line trains at Belmont. This is a train to Howard. Hey everyone, welcome back to the sixth installment of Explore Chicago CTA Edition! As always, I’m your blogger, Miguel Molina! Today, we are going to be having some fun with […]


What Did I Expect?

February 4th, 2018

I think one of America’s biggest stereotypes of Chinese students is that they are very, well, studious. It may not always seem that American students are just as much, especially if you aren’t in university or don’t know many. But trust me. Even in Chicago, even in Rome, especially in China, we American students have […]