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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 […]


Halfway Done with Summer

Halfway Done with Summer

July 6th, 2017

[Pug for attention] It feels as if finals were only yesterday….and I deserve 3 months of summer starting now. Time goes by too fast and we are already in the month of July. Next month, it is still surprising to me that I go back to school now as a senior. But for now, my […]


If you are NEW to the Midwest…

If you are NEW to the Midwest…

June 19th, 2017

  Those of you who come from afar, this blog is especially for you. The Midwest region of the United States are not just corn field and soy bean plantations- hard to believe. But in the city of Chicago and other parts close to the city, it can be an absolute adventure for you! ______________________________________________________ As […]


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 […]


How to Make the Best Out of Your Summer

How to Make the Best Out of Your Summer

May 31st, 2017

If you are in Chicago, take advantage of the city and all the places and events that are happening especially in the summer. Don’t simply sit around inside the house all day! _______________________________________________________ There are tons of museums to go to in Chicago. There is the Field Museum, the Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium, Science and […]


Advice To My Past Self On College

Advice To My Past Self On College

May 22nd, 2017

If college doesn’t change you, I don’t know what will. In college, you will learn to grow in every aspect and realize your potential. Your identity will reveal itself stronger when you decided to do more things in the community and actively engage in programs and clubs. I can definitely tell you I have changed […]


Let’s End This With A Bang!

Let’s End This With A Bang!

April 21st, 2017

Finals week is fast approaching and students such as myself got to stay focus and do well on our exams (the first week of May). For some classes, exams are the only component that make up your grade, so it is essential to do well on each test. I am taking 19 credits and am […]


Post Loyola Weekend

Post Loyola Weekend

April 13th, 2017

WHAT A WEEK. So much has happened and I can assure you that our Office of Undergrad Admissions have been so busy at work to bring to you the best experience of Loyola University. It definitely took a whole team of dedicated Ramblers to pull this event off as well as our Scholars Night and […]


Let’s Start Planning for Fall 2017

Let’s Start Planning for Fall 2017

April 6th, 2017

Surprising, yes? This week is registration week for all undergraduates, or in my own lingo, this is Sparta week (I’ll explain more later). Students are assigned a specific day and time to register for classes. The more credits you have done, the earlier your enrollment time is. With that being said, it is visible that […]