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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 […]


Explore Pakistan

Explore Pakistan

March 15th, 2018

Loyola University Chicago’s Pakistani Students’ Association presents to you the third annual Explore Pakistan. With this year’s theme of “Jashn-e-Bahara,” we are celebrating the season of Spring, bursts of color, new blooms, and Pakistan. Join us in the celebration of Pakistani culture with Pakistani food, music, colorful decorations, and more! This event will have live […]


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 […]


‘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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


The Make-It or Break-It Factor for College

The Make-It or Break-It Factor for College

February 9th, 2017

MONEY!  Simply that.  Tuition costs. Room and board costs. Dining plan costs. Textbook and supply costs. It really does not matter what specific college (let alone Loyola) you choose to look into, money will always be the biggest factor in deciding what college to attend. Nationwide, higher education has become more expensive and has made […]