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Archive for March, 2018


If I could tell my high-school senior self….

If I could tell my high-school senior self….

March 30th, 2018

This is one question I get frequently–If you could go back in time, what would you tell your high school senior self? Any good advice to pass along? Quite frankly, my response has nothing to do with academics or have anything to with financing school. Nevertheless, I hope this gives you a better outlook on […]


Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Granville

Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Granville

March 27th, 2018

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


Self-Care

Self-Care

March 22nd, 2018

It is very easy to get caught up with so many responsibilities in school, extracurriculars, family, social life, and so much more, that you forget to take good care of yourself. I have trouble with this too and hopefully, I am not alone. There are so many things to do and it becomes a force of […]


A Winning Weekend

A Winning Weekend

March 22nd, 2018

  What a weekend it has been! From Nick Jonas performing a burnin’ performance, to Loyola making it to the sweet sixteen, to Loyola’s Pakistani Students’ Association holding an amazing event, to Hannibal Buress getting kicked off of stage! It all happened this weekend, and it couldn’t have been better. Nick Jonas came to Loyola […]


Bubble Tea? Yes Please!

Bubble Tea? Yes Please!

March 21st, 2018

If you’re looking for a food fad sweeping the world, look no further than Argyle – or maybe Chinatown. It’s bubble tea! Also known as boba or milk tea, this sweet treat is a blended drink of a million different types, kinds, and sizes. It was invented in Taiwan in the 1980s and has spread […]


Easy and Healthy Meals for the Busy College Student Part 2

Easy and Healthy Meals for the Busy College Student Part 2

March 20th, 2018

Hey everybody, welcome back to the second edition of Easy and Healthy Eating for the Busy College Student. Let’s be real, eating on a budget is not easy. This is especially true for those who want healthier choices and variation. Before taking a gulp of that Red Bull (or other energy drink you have on […]


Explore Pakistan

Explore Pakistan

March 15th, 2018

Loyola University Chicago’s Pakistani Students’ Association presents to you the third annual Explore Pakistan. With this year’s theme of “Jashn-e-Bahara,” we are celebrating the season of Spring, bursts of color, new blooms, and Pakistan. Join us in the celebration of Pakistani culture with Pakistani food, music, colorful decorations, and more! This event will have live […]


Defining the ‘Loyola Experience’

Defining the ‘Loyola Experience’

March 14th, 2018

Spring break was last week and for the first time this semester, I was able to relax and reflect on my great Loyola journey and realize that my undergraduate years was coming to an end, faster than what I wanted. Working in the Undergraduate Admissions Office has allowed me to meet high school students and […]


Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Argyle

Explore Chicago CTA Edition: This is Argyle

March 13th, 2018

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


Do I Need to Know Chinese?

March 5th, 2018

There’s a lot of questions when it comes to choosing a college, not to mention whether or not – and where – to study abroad. One of the things that I always hear is debating the language barrier. In Rome, you can get by just in English, although it isn’t very polite to your host […]