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Tips to Surviving Finals Week!

Tips to Surviving Finals Week!

December 5th, 2017

You have a list. You are checking it twice. You’re going to find out if you know it or not. It’s Final Examination week here at Loyola! For the purposes of this list, I will be showing My Eight Do’s the Don’ts of getting through this finals week. So grab your hefty books, your study […]


Sit with Santos

Sit with Santos

November 21st, 2017

After 5 dedicated years to Loyola, Tivo is retiring from his service as the school’s therapy dog. On November 15, he has officially retired and has ushered in a new therapy dog for the job, a one year old, mixed breed puppy named Santos. Santos got his name from Reverend Scott Hendrickson SJ, a Spanish […]


Did Someone Say Free Breakfast?!

Did Someone Say Free Breakfast?!

November 16th, 2017

Pakistani Students’ Association (PSA) hopes everyone is ready for the Thanksgiving holidays. As we approach the end of the semester, things can be quite stressful, but that is why PSA is inviting you to yet another exciting event! To celebrate a successful semester and to thank you all for your support, BREAKFAST IS ON US!!! We will be […]


1 Semester Left

1 Semester Left

November 15th, 2017

Things have been rather hectic for me for the better, I suppose. Applications for graduate school, language competency exam, 19 credits worth of classwork, VSA organization meetings and preparations for events, and other personal obligations I have. To say in the least, I am up and going! There’s a lot to do and so little […]


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 […]


Student Diversity

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 […]


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 […]


Loyola’s Water Tower Campus

Loyola’s Water Tower Campus

October 17th, 2017

A block and a half away from Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, a few blocks from the Gold Coast neighborhood, and walking distance from the Oak Street Beach; you will find Loyola’s Water Tower Campus. Home to the Schools of Business, Education, Social Work, Law, Continuing & Professional Studies, Communications, and Loyola’s Arrupe College; Loyola’s other campus […]


Loyola Open House

Loyola Open House

October 13th, 2017

Our open house is NEXT week! Here at our Office at Undergraduate Admissions, we have been preparing for a long time to bring to you a wonderful experience of our university! If you are new to Loyola, I encourage you to at least come see the campus and see what we have to offer; with […]


College Student Time Management

College Student Time Management

October 6th, 2017

There’s only 24 hours in a day and 7 days in a week. On average, the college student student gets 8 hours of sleep a day and 16 hours to go to school, eat, socialize, and study. Full time students take around 12-18 credit hours; part-time students take less than 12 credits. To say in […]