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Free this Sunday?

Free this Sunday?

September 22nd, 2017

Living in Chicago does have it’s perks! Especially if you are a LUC student and finished all your homework on Friday and Saturday, this event at Navy Pier is something to consider attending THIS Sunday! This is a FREE event and there’s plenty of activities and entertainment to see and do! _______________________________________________________ For people who […]


Loyola’s Family Weekend 2017

Loyola’s Family Weekend 2017

September 19th, 2017

College is not just an adjustment for the student, it is also an adjustment for parents/guardians and siblings. Maybe, you have not seen your parents in the first few weeks of school and they are wondering how you are doing and adjusting to college life. To help give parents peace of mind and to help […]


Tips for Enjoying your First Year at Loyola

Tips for Enjoying your First Year at Loyola

September 12th, 2017

Congratulations! You have survived your first three weeks of school and have hopefully become acquainted with your new home here at Loyola University Chicago! Yes, you have a homework, projects, and papers, but hopefully you are able to take time for yourself, some “Me-Time”. College is not just about the academics (which are very important), […]


It’s Beginning to look a lot like Christmas

It’s Beginning to look a lot like Christmas

September 6th, 2017

Okay, I’ve got your attention. Good! No, it is not Christmas, but Winter Break is on my mind whether you like it or not. The fall season is quickly approaching too! It’s getting colder and colder and leaf pigmentation is changing on the trees. It is surprising how last week, people were wearing shorts and […]


Done with the First Week of School

Done with the First Week of School

September 1st, 2017

Surprisingly, these first 5 days of school felt like the first 5 months of school! I have been doing a lot of things and have not had the chance to relax yet, so this Labor Day weekend will be quite needed! Everyday, I have at least 3 classes if I have a gap time, I […]


Knock Knock. Who’s there? School!

Knock Knock. Who’s there? School!

August 24th, 2017

Time flies by fast. By the time you (really) get cozy and settled in your bed, school knocks on your door telling you to get up and moving. I know this is the the case for me! However, this school year should be a special one so actually, I’m quite pumped up and somewhat ready […]


Hello August

Hello August

August 3rd, 2017

I don’t know about you, but the month of August always makes me feel different. Not only is it the last month of the summer season, but school resumes this month as well. In addition, August is my birth month! Particularly this year, I will begin my senior year- my last year at LUC. It […]


Let’s Be Honest…

Let’s Be Honest…

July 20th, 2017

Let’s be honest…being a LUC student is more than fortunate. I sometimes do not realize it and sometimes I see others not realizing it either. Loyola University has built up and put together a wonderful institution with countless resources, from student healthcare, free tutoring, technology rentals, wonderful facilities, and events for students to enjoy. Obviously, […]


Personal Ideology

Personal Ideology

July 13th, 2017

If you have read my previous posts before, you might have some sort of idea of what my ideologies on school and life are like. In general, I tend to see things in a positive light as well as talk things through thoroughly and openly- I don’t hide anything. My concept of doing things and […]


Covfefe

Covfefe

June 5th, 2017

When everyone heard of the new Trump/Devos educational budget, all covfefe broke lose.  ______________________________________________________   I’m pretty sure the word, “covfefe, ” is one of my favorites now. Politics was never an interest of mine growing up. It was rather a bland topic and a subject I was not really strong in, in grade school social […]