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Posts Tagged ‘Chicago’


CPS Opportunity

January 25th, 2015

So today, I want to share with you all some great news!  A good friend and Loyola Alumni just provided me with some information that might be helpful to some.  As we are almost graduating, Yay!, some of us are not sure what will happen after Loyola.  I know some do, and that is GREAT!  […]


2015 Bear Tie Ball – Let’s Eliminate Pediatric Cancer!

January 19th, 2015

I had to wait until this week to tell you all about the biggest event for Bear Necessities Pediatric Foundation 2015!  Every year, Bear Necessities hosts an event called 2015 Bear Tie Ball.  This year the theme is Latin Nights, to take place on Saturday February 28th at 6pm in Union Station.  I am looking […]


January 18th, 2015

Hello, everyone! I know that I am late on this, but let’s just get to the point: how amazingly, delicious is Protein Bar?  I am from the suburbs, and I NEVER knew it existed.  It wasn’t until recently that I found myself walking down Dearborn that I came across it.  Since I am trying to […]


6 Facts That Will Boost Your Chicago Pride

6 Facts That Will Boost Your Chicago Pride

December 28th, 2014

The 3rd largest city in the United States is home to a few surprises. I’ve always felt that Chicago was special, but here’s some facts that will have you convinced as to why this city truly is the best. Outside of the Louvre in Paris, The Art Institute of Chicago houses the largest collection of […]


Addy the Sergeant

Addy the Sergeant

November 30th, 2014

All the elderly veterans that I have met at my job have been male and this shouldn’t be a surprise.  After five years, I finally got to meet an elderly woman who was once a Sergeant Chief.  I found this extraordinary since back then only males joined the army, navy, and air-force.  Even though, she […]


Fast Delivery Food for Finals

November 30th, 2014

Who else gets super hungry when studying?  The worst type of hungry is the 2-am-studying-for-finals hungry.  Damen and Simpson are closed and so are the cafes around campus.  Star Grill is a walk, and it’s probably not a good idea to be walking outside at that time anyway.  Your only choice is to order food, […]


Grateful for this City, Grateful for this School

Grateful for this City, Grateful for this School

November 29th, 2014

Thanksgiving is quite obviously a time to give thanks. I could go on and on about all the things I am grateful for, but I wanted to give a little extra thanks to the city and school I’ve come to know and love over the past year. CHICAGO, Thank you for: The skyline. It always […]


A great way to give back…

November 26th, 2014

In T-minus 3 hours, Thanksgiving Day will be here.  This beautiful holiday is a great reminder for all of us.  However, this shouldn’t be the only day that you should be thankful for everything you’ve done, accomplished, and/or seen.  Every day should be Thanksgiving Day, but sometimes we get so caught in our “busy lives” […]


Thankful Loyolans

Thankful Loyolans

November 25th, 2014

    In order to show their gratitude and thankfulness this year, Ramblers took hundreds of post-it notes to a chalkboard on-campus to share what they were thankful for:   Happy Thanksgiving from our Loyola family to yours!  


Mastering the Trains: Amtrak and Metra Edition

November 20th, 2014

As college students in the city, public transportation has become our best friend. Obviously the easy access to trains and buses is a huge benefit for all of us living here, but before you get the hang of it all you’ve got some learning to do. The CTA will get you anywhere you need to go […]