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Posts Tagged ‘Communication’


My New Home for the Year

My New Home for the Year

September 11th, 2012

This year I will be living in Baumhart Hall, which is located at Loyola University Chicago’s Water Tower campus. It is my first time living in this residence hall, so I am excited to see how different the dynamic will be from living on the Lake Shore campus for two years. Baumhart Hall is apartment […]


About Me

February 20th, 2012

My name is Antoinette Isama and I am a sophomore at Loyola University Chicago. I am seeking a degree in journalism with a minor in International Studies. I was born and raised in Silver Spring, Md., and my family is originally from Nigeria. I am also the youngest of three in my immediate family, but I […]


The Homestretch

November 29th, 2011

It’s been surprisingly great to be back at school from Thanksgiving break. Only two weeks left of classes and then finals week. I am ready to power through, and am very much looking forward to getting back home for a whole month! It’s hard to concentrate on my current classes when I feel like I’m […]


Hello Everybody!

Hello Everybody!

November 7th, 2011

For all interested readers, my name is Nic Herrmann and I am a sophomore here at Loyola University Chicago.  Currently I am studying Communication with hopes of working in the non-profit sector upon completion graduation. I suppose I should explain why I am here at Chicago, because after all, there are many universities to choose […]