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Let’s Take this Moment to Reflect Take Four

Let’s Take this Moment to Reflect Take Four

May 1st, 2018

May 1st, is the day that high school seniors look most forward to during their time in their high school career. You’ve been pondering the idea of what is the best option for you; academically, financially, etc. and you want to be sure that you make the right choice for you. The weeks prior, you […]


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 […]


Do I Need to Know Chinese?

March 5th, 2018

There’s a lot of questions when it comes to choosing a college, not to mention whether or not – and where – to study abroad. One of the things that I always hear is debating the language barrier. In Rome, you can get by just in English, although it isn’t very polite to your host […]


Working at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Working at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions

February 17th, 2018

To say in the least, I consider the people in this office to be like family. We have so many outgoing student workers and amicable admission counselors who make each day so fun and enjoyable. Unlike other offices, our office takes care of the most essential part of the university- admitting students! It is always […]


It’s Okay to Be Undecided

It’s Okay to Be Undecided

February 13th, 2018

There are two common questions that people ask college students. “What is your major?” is always the top one and coming close second, “What are you going to do with that?”. I am here to reassure you that being undecided or uncertain with your major is a perfectly normal feeling that almost all students go […]


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 […]


How did I Choose MY Major?

How did I Choose MY Major?

January 30th, 2018

All of my family is sitting around the table. My parents are one side, my uncles and aunts, my cousins (from 8 years old to 47 years old) are present, and my nieces and nephews have all come to have a celebration at my house. As always, there is a ton of food and drink […]


Federal Work Study

Federal Work Study

January 25th, 2018

I high encourage all of you guys to do Federal Work Study (FWS) and mark that down when you do the FAFSA. The purpose of FWS is to help undergraduate and graduate students earn some income, based on their financial need. Especially at Loyola University, we are known for hiring student workers for a lot […]


Apparently this is “Spring Semester”

Apparently this is “Spring Semester”

January 18th, 2018

It’s great to be back at school and welcome to Spring Semester, where there are still inches of snow cover and single digit weather! Nevertheless, being back at school and seeing old friends seem to warm things up a bit. Things are starting off to a great start. My school and work schedule are doable […]


‘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 […]