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    Lori Greene

    From the Director
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    Lindsy Fagerstrom

    Admission Ramblings
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    Therese Bennett

    Windy City Wanderlust
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    Samantha Eddmeiri

    Risible Rambles
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    Joseph Filer

    Ramblin' with a Camera
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    Christopher Lam

    Rambler's Pie: A Fresh Slice of Loyola
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    Brienne Lubor

    LUC by Brie
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    Natalie Pantelis

    Rambler Days
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    Foram Patel

    Windy City Adventures
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    Stephanie Rodriguez

    Keep On Ramblin’
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    Jace Sheu

    Lakeside Musings
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    Laura Swanson

    Chicago Life and Loyola Love

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

February 24th, 2015

by Lindsy Fagerstrom

  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: https://uao.luc.edu/VisitLSCFreshman/ Daily Presentations & Tours at the Water Tower Campus Target Audience: Prospective and admitted students interested in Business, […]

Seeing Tannhauser at the Lyric Opera

Seeing Tannhauser at the Lyric Opera

February 24th, 2015

by Therese Bennett

Hi everyone! Hope you are all staying warm in this freezing weather. Every time I go outside I feel my whole face freezing and when I am breathing on my scarf wrapped around my neck, I can see actual icicles forming. It is insane! But of course, I am braving the weather and so should […]

Neonatology

February 24th, 2015

by Christopher Lam

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 […]

Chapel Hill Memoir

Chapel Hill Memoir

February 22nd, 2015

by Stephanie Rodriguez

On the night of February 10th, I remember being home relaxing after a long day of class and internship work.  Usually, I get home about 7 in the afternoon and that day was nothing new.  I was debating whether or not to go to the gym or finish my Biochemistry laboratory paper.  Well, I ended […]

SAC’s Got Your Back

February 22nd, 2015

by Laura Swanson

The Student Activities Committee is the JFRC’s version of ((dop)). But I’d like to think that even without a Jason Derulo concert on our agenda we’ll have just as much fun. Monday nights the SAC meets for about hour. Really our meetings could be done in about 40 minutes, but we get off on planning […]

I, We, Society

I, We, Society

February 22nd, 2015

by Jace Sheu

Over Valentine’s Day weekend, I spent two days at LUREC on an incredibly thought-provoking and emotionally intense retreat, which I now consider to be one of my most memorable experiences at Loyola—The People’s Institute (TPI). The People’s Institute Retreat is sponsored by Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs and Student Leadership Development and is described as […]

Sakai

February 21st, 2015

by Therese Bennett

Hi there! Since this week has been filled with papers and studying, I did not have much time to do anything exciting to tell you guys about, so I thought I would talk about Sakai! Woohoo, three cheers for academic related blog posts! Sakai is Loyola’s online learning management system. It stores all your classes […]

Writing for Midterms

February 21st, 2015

by Samantha Eddmeiri

Midterms are upon us. I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news. Most classes do have a midterm, yet there is a chance that instead of a midterm test, you will have a paper. This post is dedicated to that, because I really don’t know how much I can provide tips for you to […]

Be The Change Week

February 20th, 2015

by Foram Patel

Hi there! This week at Loyola, the Department of Student Leadership Development hosted a week of activities called Be the Change Week. This week was full of different leadership development workshops and activities that empowered students to make a change in the world. Each day this week, from Monday-Thursday, there were different events each night, […]

Health And Safety Inspections In Residence Halls

February 20th, 2015

by Natalie Pantelis

If you live in a residence hall on campus, you know that health and safety inspections happen twice a year (once each semester) to ensure that everything is kept safe and healthy! Our health and safety inspections in my residence hall, Mertz, were this past week, so in honor of passing, I thought I’d talk […]