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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 […]


Welcome Future Rambler!

Welcome Future Rambler!

January 26th, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS! I remember when I got my acceptance letter from Loyola in the mail. It was during my winter break in December when I received a huge envelope from the university.  It was thrilling because it was implied that getting an impressive and fancy envelope from Loyola meant getting accepted; there was no need to […]


Why I chose the Rambler Life

Why I chose the Rambler Life

January 23rd, 2017

I guess I should say the Rambler life chose me… but it was definitely the best decision I’ve made. I am also not just saying this because I go to Loyola, or else I would have not been here! I really wanted to go to Loyola all throughout high school and I don’t doubt that one […]


LUC MSA Sisters’ Retreat 2016

LUC MSA Sisters’ Retreat 2016

November 9th, 2016

It has been a quite stressful couple of weeks as I wrap up midterms, exams, papers, and my first semester of Sophomore year. Whenever I feel overwhelmed, I try to find something that I look forward to; it makes the wait worthwhile and makes me want to work twice as hard to get through the […]


A Home for Everyone

A Home for Everyone

October 25th, 2016

As a sophomore here at Loyola, I’ve seen a lot of potential students being walked through our Lake Shore campus, as have many students within there time here. Now that I’m a tour guide myself, I feel like I’ve become a more crucial part of this major step in the potential students’ lives. Having done […]


What Makes a Good Resume: 101

What Makes a Good Resume: 101

October 17th, 2016

  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 ask? It is a concise summary of your education, work/volunteer/internship experiences and other qualifications relevant to your audience’s needs. Employers […]


One major, two degrees

One major, two degrees

October 11th, 2016

  Double Business Degree. The program that opens the door between two continents: America and Europe. Many of you may not know what this is about, so I am here to tell you. The partnership between Loyola University Chicago and Universidad Loyola Andalucía, my home university, offers amazing possibilities. The greatest is the Double Business […]


Plan Ahead with J-Term

Plan Ahead with J-Term

September 28th, 2016

  Something quite unique at Loyola is the J-term. What is the J-term? January term is an condensed, intensive, two-week session. Courses are available online, on campus, and abroad to give you a variety of options to make the most out of your winter break. Get ahead and graduate early as J-term is one of […]