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Posts Tagged ‘Loyola’


The Countdown Begins

January 23rd, 2014

It is near the end of the second week of my last semester at Loyola University Chicago. As I get up every morning to start my day, I always ask myself, Where has the time gone? Four years truly flies by at a blink of an eye. Along with finishing up what is required of […]


The Beginning of the End

September 4th, 2013

It is my senior year at Loyola University Chicago. Typing the sentence itself for my last first post as an undergraduate student is still surreal. This year I am looking forward to begin the steps needed to embark on the next chapter in my life. I will be enrolled in graduate school, hopefully in the […]


Ebony Ball: Our Shades of Beauty

Ebony Ball: Our Shades of Beauty

February 25th, 2013

One of the last events for Loyola University Chicago‘s Black History Month celebrations was Ebony Ball. On Friday, Feb. 22, the Black Cultural Center hosted this formal for the first time at Regents Hall in the Lewis Towers on our campus downtown. As vice president, I had to oversee the planning and facilitate tasks to […]


Who Says You Need to Spend a Lot of Money on XMAS

Who Says You Need to Spend a Lot of Money on XMAS

January 15th, 2013

While I started my Christmas by heading home with the family I quickly came back to Chicago to give my girlfriend her first “real” Christmas. To put this simply she has never had a stocking and never had that special feeling when you come out of your room to see a tree with presents. While […]


Fine Arts Problems

Fine Arts Problems

November 15th, 2012

This week I had a major project due in my Visual Communication class. Of course, the night before I was having issues with glue, ink and everything in between. So how did I deal with this? I turned my room into a visual communication studio, basically. I needed a decent sized work-space that would alow […]


Registration Week

November 7th, 2012

I couldn’t let registration week pass without a small posting about it. This is always an important, hectic time of year that will shape everything about the spring 2013 semester. Seniors are scrambling to make sure they have all their required classes in order to graduate and crossing their fingers for a spot in a […]


A Weekend in Ohio

A Weekend in Ohio

November 4th, 2012

Something I consider to be a HUGE perk of college is getting to meet new people from an array of places all over the world. It is so fun for me to hear different accents, learn about cultures and if the opportunity presents itself and travel home with them. This weekend I got the opportunity […]


Midnight Organ Blast

Midnight Organ Blast

November 1st, 2012

There is a stage somewhere around junior high to high school where it isn’t socially acceptable to get excited for Halloween. Thankfully, college is a time where this tradition is ignited and dressing up is something encouraged among the student body. I had the pleasure of having a Superman, ninja turtle and vampire in class. […]


Fright Fest

Fright Fest

October 30th, 2012

As my friends and I walked through the Centennial Forum Student Union (CSFU), we noticed a poster offering students tickets to the 2012 Six Flag’s Fright Fest. I walk through the CSFU countless times a day, usually in a rush and not paying any attention to all of the advertisements. Loyola often receives discounted student […]


A Key to the City

A Key to the City

October 22nd, 2012

Roller blades – they are indeed an overlooked, hidden key to the city. I got this idea as I was doing one of my favorite hobbies, thrift shopping. At the very first location of the day, a little resale outlet in Lincoln Park, I found this treasure. On these adventures I usually find things like […]