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    Husna Afzal

    A Walk in a Rambler's Shoes
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    Christopher Lam

    Rambler's Pie: A Fresh Slice of Loyola
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    Life El-evated
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    Meredith Simmons

    Life on The Other Coast

Archive for the ‘Everyday Life’ Category


Perks to Chicago Living

Perks to Chicago Living

February 16th, 2017

Alright, so Loyola University is one of your options for attending school alongside a whole list of other schools across the state and/or country. What sets Chicago apart from any other location? Chicago is one of the most unique and famous cities on the globe. This is the birthplace of so many things- the Ferris […]


The Make-It or Break-It Factor for College

The Make-It or Break-It Factor for College

February 9th, 2017

MONEY!  Simply that.  Tuition costs. Room and board costs. Dining plan costs. Textbook and supply costs. It really does not matter what specific college (let alone Loyola) you choose to look into, money will always be the biggest factor in deciding what college to attend. Nationwide, higher education has become more expensive and has made […]


Best of Chicago: Doughnut Shops

Best of Chicago: Doughnut Shops

February 7th, 2017

Whether you enjoy an original glazed doughnut or one that can be dipped in a hot, steaming cup of coffee. Or, if you like your doughnut with sprinkles or jelly filled, there are several speciality doughnut shops around the city of Chicago. So, if you are in the need of a quick meal for breakfast […]


How Do I Fit In?

How Do I Fit In?

February 2nd, 2017

2017 thus far, has been a roller-coaster already (and it has only been 32 days into the year!). Whether it has been the effect of the start of new classes in the semester or the new presidential transition or other things, I think it is agreeable that last month has been quite interesting. Identity is […]


Let’s Not Repeat Fall Semester…

Let’s Not Repeat Fall Semester…

January 30th, 2017

For many of you, I’m sure Fall semester was successfully a breeze, and for others, it may have been a tough adjustment from the all the summer fun. Whatever the case is, it is important that we don’t repeat fall semester and always leave some room for growth. Whether you had a good semester or […]


Why I chose the Rambler Life

Why I chose the Rambler Life

January 23rd, 2017

I guess I should say the Rambler life chose me… but it was definitely the best decision I’ve made. I am also not just saying this because I go to Loyola, or else I would have not been here! I really wanted to go to Loyola all throughout high school and I don’t doubt that one […]


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 […]


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 […]


The Finish Line is Within Sight

The Finish Line is Within Sight

November 30th, 2016

It was only a couple of days ago that I was able to enjoy my Thanksgiving break and not have to worry so much about schoolwork. Once I came back to school, I realized that finals were closer than I had expected. At this point in the semester, there are only two full weeks of […]