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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 […]


Loyola opens ‘Flex Lab’ to Accommodate for More Lab Space

Loyola opens ‘Flex Lab’ to Accommodate for More Lab Space

February 12th, 2018

GREAT NEWS for all of us science students… Loyola is planning to create new labs to be utilized by students from various science majors on North Broadway Street, between Bar 63 and the Life Storage building. Turns out, Loyola had bought this building in 2011, but it was just used as a storage area until it […]


‘2017 Was Sooooo Last Year’

‘2017 Was Sooooo Last Year’

January 18th, 2018

  It’s crazy to think that 2018 is already here. It feels like just yesterday I was in high school with my 5 minute commute back home. One more year to graduation, deadlines approaching, anxiety rising, and one last year of my journey at Loyola. Winter break was not as eventful as I thought it […]


Loyola Ranks in Top 10 for Female Students in STEM Programs

Loyola Ranks in Top 10 for Female Students in STEM Programs

October 27th, 2017

What is a stem field? College and university degree programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are considered STEM degrees, and they are in high demand across many industries. It is common to find most male students to typically outweigh the number of female students in most STEM fields; however, recently many colleges have sought to […]


Loyola University Supports the Dream Act

Loyola University Supports the Dream Act

October 19th, 2017

In July, Senators Lindsey Graham (R–SC) and Richard Durbin (D–IL) introduced the Dream Act of 2017. If passed, this bipartisan legislation would: Grant current DACA beneficiaries’ permanent resident status on a conditional basis and allow temporary protected status (TPS) beneficiaries, people without lawful immigration status, and people with final orders of removal the opportunity to […]


How to Stay Focused in Class

How to Stay Focused in Class

October 31st, 2016

One of the most difficult thing I have faced in college is staying attentive and focused during my classes. Because I am a commuter, I try to take the earliest classes possible so that I can go home before before it gets dark. So yes… I take 8:15 a.m classes, and yes it can be […]


The Top 3 Greatest Things about Damen Student Center

The Top 3 Greatest Things about Damen Student Center

April 5th, 2013

This Wednesday, our new Damen Student Center was unveiled! There was a ribbon cutting at 9 am, and throughout the day there were dance performances, free samples from the new food court, games and prizes. It was a much anticipated day, as the process has been ongoing since its announcement when I was a freshman. […]


Damen Student Center

Damen Student Center

March 11th, 2013

If you haven’t heard, Loyola’s new student union (the Damen Student Center) is opening up this April. Although construction crews are putting the finishing touches on the interior building, I had the opportunity to tour the facility last week. It’s a truly incredible space. Our current student union (CSFU) has served it purpose on campus […]


Looking Forward To Spring

March 4th, 2013

Well, it’s been a minute since I last wrote. This has been due in large part to what admission counselors call “reading season.” This is the time of year we read the numerous applications that students filled out in the Fall. Much like the “holiday season,” this time of year is stressful, fun, busy and […]


1963 NCAA Champions

1963 NCAA Champions

October 15th, 2012

This is one of our newest additions to the Rambler Row in the Norville Center. It stands about 3 feet tall and sits at about the midway point in Rambler Row but it is actually much different than the original. This is the NCAA Nations Championship trophy, but if you look closely it is actually […]