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    A Walk in a Rambler's Shoes
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    Rambler's Pie: A Fresh Slice of Loyola
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    Life El-evated
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    Meredith Simmons

    Life on The Other Coast

Archive for the ‘Academics At Loyola’ Category


May 1st is Approaching!

April 26th, 2017

It seems as if just yesterday it was my time to commit to Loyola University as a senior in college. It was a stressful feeling to decide whether or not this was it. Some may be set, but it is okay if Loyola was not your only option. As for me, I was down between […]


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 […]


Let’s End This With A Bang!

Let’s End This With A Bang!

April 21st, 2017

Finals week is fast approaching and students such as myself got to stay focus and do well on our exams (the first week of May). For some classes, exams are the only component that make up your grade, so it is essential to do well on each test. I am taking 19 credits and am […]


Post Loyola Weekend

Post Loyola Weekend

April 13th, 2017

WHAT A WEEK. So much has happened and I can assure you that our Office of Undergrad Admissions have been so busy at work to bring to you the best experience of Loyola University. It definitely took a whole team of dedicated Ramblers to pull this event off as well as our Scholars Night and […]


Servicing in Exercise

Servicing in Exercise

April 10th, 2017

  This semester 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 work with children […]


Rambler Success: First Year Text

Rambler Success: First Year Text

April 4th, 2017

I almost sure that during your time in high school, you had to read a book or book(s) for the summer before class started up again in the fall. But like high school, there is a text that first year students are asked to read before they start their time here at Loyola University Chicago. […]


Loyola Weekend

Loyola Weekend

March 30th, 2017

Are you ready?! Here at Loyola’s Undergraduate Office of Admissions, we’ve been preparing for this event for months! Loyola is one of our biggest admissions event throughout the year to bring to you, the future Rambler, a great experience and good impression of Loyola University Chicago. _______________________________________________________ Loyola’s campuses will be on showcase for you […]


Rambler Experience: Making Commitments

Rambler Experience: Making Commitments

March 28th, 2017

University is a time to develop yourself, to figure out what you want to do, and how you want to use your skills and talents in the real world. University is also a time to commit to your interests (clubs/organizations, Greek Life); commit to a program (major(s), minor(s), pre-professional program); and commit to being a Rambler! Along the […]


Easter Break 2017

Easter Break 2017

March 27th, 2017

  Believe it or not, Easter Break is right around the corner! Many of us are probably at that point into the semester where classes may seem a bit overwhelming with exams, projects, quizzes, papers, etc. If there should be anything that keeps you going and gives you the extra push, it is to look […]


Scholars Night – April 8, 2017

Scholars Night – April 8, 2017

March 23rd, 2017

Calling all future accepted Ramblers of the class of 2021! There is a chance you were invited to attend Loyola’s Scholars Night hosted at the Field Museum, but maybe you don’t know what that is, if you’re required to go, or how it has to do with your acceptance. Fret not, because I will give you […]