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Servicing in Exercise

Servicing in Exercise

February 10th, 2019

  As a Sophomore at Loyola, I had the opportunity to take the EXCM 101: Introduction to Exercise Physiology course as did many others. This introductory exercise science class is a service learning course that connects Loyola students with Chicago Public Schools’ physical education and health teachers. It has been a great experience to observe and […]


LUC PSA raises over $1500 for Dam Fund in Pakistan

LUC PSA raises over $1500 for Dam Fund in Pakistan

January 29th, 2019

The Loyola Pakistani Students’ Association strives to recognize and alleviate the struggles endured by those in Pakistan, while raising awareness about its culture and beauty. Setting new goals every semester to raise money for those who are underprivileged in Pakistan, PSA decided to help provide for the Dam Fund in Pakistan.  Since the recent election […]


PSA Provides for Kiran Foundation in Pakistan

PSA Provides for Kiran Foundation in Pakistan

January 28th, 2019

Kiran Foundation is a Non-Profit organization that is imbedded in the reality of Lyari, an area that has been through immense pain and turmoil, but is resilient and largely misunderstood. “We provide education rooted in the awareness and understanding of mental health and wellbeing by building safe and happy learning environments where children and their […]


Advancing Health Care at Loyola

Advancing Health Care at Loyola

January 23rd, 2019

  Hey Ramblers! The news is in town that Loyola University Chicago will be creating a new School of Health Sciences and Public Health (SHSPH) starting in the 2019-20 school year. SHSPH’s purpose is to educate clinicians and health professionals, address critical needs in the health care industry, and find innovative solutions to closing gaps in […]


What Does it Mean to be a Part of a Jesuit Institution?

What Does it Mean to be a Part of a Jesuit Institution?

January 22nd, 2019

Loyola University Chicago is a Catholic and Jesuit University where ethical and spiritual values are central. These values are expressive of human wisdom, informed by the traditions of American higher education, and animated by contemporary ideals of the Society of Jesus. Although I do not identify myself as a Catholic, Loyola involves students and patients, faculty […]


Greeksgiving

Greeksgiving

November 7th, 2018

How do Loyola students give back? Well, one of the ways that the Sorority and Fraternity Life organizations came up with is Greeksgiving – led by Allyssa Suarez, a sister of Delta Phi Lambda and the Programming Chair for the Multicultural Greek Council, the idea was to make bags and fill them with supplies that […]


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), […]


Islam Appreciation Week (IAW) 2017 at Loyola

Islam Appreciation Week (IAW) 2017 at Loyola

March 20th, 2017

  The Loyola University Chicago’s Muslim Student Association’s would like to invite everyone to join in on the events taking place this week from 03/20/17-03/24/17 for Islam Appreciation Week (IAW)! Islam Appreciation Week takes place every year, so come eat, laugh, and learn with us as we get to know a bit more about the teachings […]


Loyola Wins The 2016 Climate Leadership Award

Loyola Wins The 2016 Climate Leadership Award

February 13th, 2017

  Loyola University Chicago is humbled to have been selected as the winners of the 2016 Climate Leadership Awards by The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) and ecoAmerica’s higher education program (Solution Generation). This is due to Loyola’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and protecting the vulnerable, which predisposes them to address issues of […]


Taking a Stand

Taking a Stand

October 18th, 2016

With Loyola being a Jesuit university, a quote from Saint Ignatius everyone hears at their graduation is “Go forth and set the world on fire”. However, that fight for making the world a better place and really “setting it on fire” can start well before students graduate from the university. Not only pushing students academically, but […]