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Archive for the ‘Life At Loyola’ Category


Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

May 6th, 2015

  This week on campus we are celebrating the 145th annual commencement ceremony of our Class of 2015 graduates! Needless to say, it’s an incredibly exciting time for the thousands of students graduating after putting in years of hard work and effort. You can’t miss the mix of emotions in the faces of the grads […]


Job Hunting

May 3rd, 2015

  My graduation is T H I S Friday at 3 pm!  I am so excited, but so are my parents so I can start job hunting!  I want to share a website that has really helped me out to get organized on my job search.  Sorry for the short post, but after having a […]


First Year of College: Check.

First Year of College: Check.

May 3rd, 2015

The myth goes that as you get older, time seems to go by faster. Each day may feel long, but the year passes by in the blink of an eye. Moving into my freshman residence hall feels like it happened just yesterday. Now, I’m officially a rising sophomore in college. It is hard to remember […]


Farewell Loyola-Until Next Fall!

May 2nd, 2015

Can you believe it, Ramblers? This is my last post of the year! I certainly can’t believe it! I am definitely going to miss blogging for everyone and sharing my experiences throughout my first year at Loyola with all of you! Our things are all packed and are being loaded up into cars, vans, planes […]


Graduation Dress

Graduation Dress

May 1st, 2015

Graduation is quickly approaching, and who is freaking out about what to wear!?  Luckily, I already knew what I wanted for my special day.  I definitely wanted to go with a Lilly Pulitzer dress, so dress shopping was much easier for me.  I went to the Von Maur in Lombard, IL because they were the […]


Farewell: A Final Reflection of My First Year of College

Farewell: A Final Reflection of My First Year of College

April 29th, 2015

When I was looking for schools, I thought about my future, what kind of person I would become, how I could possibly fit in with everyone, and if the prestige and academic standards were too high for me. Nonetheless, I went with my guts and chose to attend Loyola. Still to this day, I have […]


Time Management

Time Management

April 27th, 2015

Sometimes I am shocked and surprised to realize that one full school year is almost coming to a close. Time, does indeed, fly by quite quickly. For seniors, this is their moment to shine; the countdown to graduation is nearly here. But until then, everyone including myself must stay focused on doing well on the final […]


1,353 Feet in the Air

1,353 Feet in the Air

April 25th, 2015

At 108 stories tall and grandly poised in the heart of Chicago, the Willis Tower held the title of the world’s tallest building for nearly 25 years after its completion in 1973. The Skydeck Chicago, on the 103rd floor, remains the highest observation deck in the U.S. On Friday, I become one of the 1.5 […]


Recorded Lectures: a love and hate relationship

April 22nd, 2015

I cringe every time a professor tells me that they record his or her lectures.  Why?  Well, at that point, he or she is giving me the chance to not listen.  I am tempted and the struggle is real.  However, I understand why the professors do it.  I really do!  I love hand writing all […]


Care for Self

Care for Self

April 22nd, 2015

As my first year of college comes to an end, I find myself instinctively reflecting upon the two semesters I have spent here at Loyola. With inexplicable certainty, I have come to the conclusion that, although I may not be able to ‘feel’ it in a palpable way, the Student Promise has become a significant […]