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Student Diversity

October 20th, 2017

Loyola University strives to be a community of diversity though ethnicity, religion, culture, and so much more! We foster a welcoming and open-minded environment for students to venture out and learn about different clubs and events! To say in the least, Loyola is very student-diverse and offers many clubs and things to help anyone and […]


Have No Fear, Resume Tips Are Here!

Have No Fear, Resume Tips Are Here!

October 5th, 2017

  It is that time where many of us are either beginning to apply to graduate school, medical school, a job, etc.! Many of us may need to start working on our resumes whether it is for a job, an internship, applying to a school, etc. Now what is the function of a resume you […]


Do Re Mi Fa Sol

Do Re Mi Fa Sol

September 29th, 2017

If you know me well enough, music is one thing I love A LOT. It’s one thing no one can take away from me and it is something I can create beautifully. I enjoy all types of music and I think it is one aspect that is so universal, so quite literally everyone can understand […]


Appreciating Diversity at Loyola

Appreciating Diversity at Loyola

September 26th, 2017

Loyola is a institution where diversity and inclusion are valued and cherished. Here, we accept all nationalities, religions, immigration status, sexual orientations, socioeconomic status, genders, and more! On campus, we have resources available to help students feel part of the community and feel welcome during their college experience. To aid in this, Loyola has been […]


Vietnamese Student Association

Vietnamese Student Association

September 15th, 2017

  The Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) at Loyola University is about to have an awesome event called VSA Meet and Greet! It is a fantastic group for students to want to explore Vietnamese culture and socialize with other students! I am a part of EBoard of VSA and wanted to take this opportunity to share […]


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), […]


Welcome to Loyola University Chicago!

Welcome to Loyola University Chicago!

August 29th, 2017

Uncertainty, trepidation, and full of antici…pation, you have arrived at Loyola University Chicago and are about to embark on your college experience! Whether you are the first one in your family to go to college or you are the first sibling/child to go to Loyola, we are ready to welcome you to the Loyola family! […]


Knock Knock. Who’s there? School!

Knock Knock. Who’s there? School!

August 24th, 2017

Time flies by fast. By the time you (really) get cozy and settled in your bed, school knocks on your door telling you to get up and moving. I know this is the the case for me! However, this school year should be a special one so actually, I’m quite pumped up and somewhat ready […]


Itinerary for the First Week of School

Itinerary for the First Week of School

August 14th, 2017

There is exactly 2 weeks left until the Fall semester begins! Some of you freshman might be excited to start a new journey and some (if not most) are nervous. I remember when I was a freshman, my anxiety was through the roof. I did not know anyone well besides another friend from my high […]


Let’s Take this Moment to Reflect (Take 2)

Let’s Take this Moment to Reflect (Take 2)

April 25th, 2017

It is part of the Jesuit tradition, even emphasized by St Ignatius of Loyola, it is the importance of reflection. Whether you enjoy journal writing, creating art, or making music; I believe it is important to clear your head and look introspectively. So, as the semester draws to a close, with three days of the […]