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Posts Tagged ‘Chicago’


Chapel Hill Memoir

Chapel Hill Memoir

February 22nd, 2015

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 […]


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.  […]


My sandwich and my tangerine

My sandwich and my tangerine

February 11th, 2015

I love in between classes breaks.  They allow me to do very productive things…well, most of the time. However, it gives me some time to do some last minute homework or studying.  If ONLY, I actually attempted to get work done every single time.  However, it doesn’t always happen.  What always happens is that I […]


30 Reasons Why We LOVE Loyola

February 11th, 2015

  With Valentine’s Day approaching and everyone talking about love, it only seemed appropriate to talk about what Loyola staff and current students have to say about their relationship with Loyola. Here are 30 reasons staff and students love Loyola: The ability to go abroad to the Rome center. – Ellen The incorporation of social […]


Red Line Stop: Arygle

Red Line Stop: Arygle

February 3rd, 2015

At this location, you will find yourself in the heart of the little Vietnamese town. Here, you will be able to shop for ethnic foods such as dragon fruit, durian, persimmons, and so much more at three supermarkets. In addition alongside Arygle Avenue, you can sample a taste of Viet food at all the different […]


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 […]