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Archive for the ‘Academics At Loyola’ Category

Beneficial Bulletin Boards

March 1st, 2015

The other week, I met with my professor to go over some exam questions.  I got to LSB super early because it was super cold that day and you know that the CTA loves to delay the brown line for whatever reason.  I, literally, ran to her office only to find out that our meeting […]

Midterm Week

February 28th, 2015

Finally, midterm week has ended and classes for the second semester are halfway done. For some, including myself, a lot of stress and cramming/studying are over for now; so much has been done to prepare for this week: the countless “all-nighters”, the student study group sessions, and more. As my favorite teacher, Dr. Helgott, always […]

Taking the Stage–Roman Style

February 26th, 2015

Well, at least taking a stage that happens to be in Rome. This semester a class of about 20 JFRC students (including myself) have decided to “take the stage” and learn a thing or two about the world of theater. Beginning Acting is taught by professor Eric Nicholson who is no stranger to the drama […]

Defining Different Types of College Visits: Which visit is right for you?

February 24th, 2015

  Daily Presentations & Tours at the Lake Shore Campus Target Audience: Students who have yet to apply and guests Focus: General information about Loyola and the admission process; tour of the Lake Shore Campus Website: Daily Presentations & Tours at the Water Tower Campus Target Audience: Prospective and admitted students interested in Business, […]


February 24th, 2015

The field that I aspire to go into is Neonatology. Here, specialized pediatricians deal with newborn and premature babies. They make the final diagnosis and help monitor the baby’s health. Neonatologists are responsible for everything related to the newborn baby- cardiac care, skin care, deficiencies, mental problems, and more. To me, it is a wonderful job […]

Five Years from Now…Where Will You Be?

Five Years from Now…Where Will You Be?

February 19th, 2015

Last week, my UNIV 102 professor asked us to ‘journal’ on the topic, “Where do you see yourself five years from now?” As I started writing, I caught myself by surprise, because I tend to be an almost obsessive planner, my days scheduled down to the hour and my life dictated by Post-It Notes™. Yet, […]

Overnight Stays For Prospective Students

February 18th, 2015

Overnight stays are wonderful ways for prospective students to get to know Loyola better before making their final decision on a school this spring! Prospective students can sign up for overnight stays through the Undergraduate Admissions Office and will get the chance to stay overnight in a Loyola dorm with a current freshman. This is […]

Preparing For Midterm Exams

February 15th, 2015

Hey Ramblers! Hope everyone had a good Valentine’s Day! Sadly though, the festivities cannot last forever, and as we get back to reality, we get back to midterms-already! In this post, I will be discussing some basic tips for studying, preparing for, and taking midterms! I can’t believe midterms are here already! It feels like […]

The Golden Key Induction Ceremony

The Golden Key Induction Ceremony

February 13th, 2015

Due to the 19 inches of snow that we got two weeks ago, The Golden Key Induction Ceremony has been postponed. The Golden Key Induction Ceremony will be on: Feb 22 at 1:00pm in the Crown Auditorium It will bring recognition to our new members, and we will be introducing service involvement activities during the […]

Dr. John Donoghue and Pirates

Dr. John Donoghue and Pirates

February 12th, 2015

It was junior year, and I knew that I had to finish my History requirements.  Honestly, it was my least favorite subject in high school, and I was really dreading on taking more History courses in college.  However, to my luck I chose one of the best professors I have had in my undergraduate career.  […]