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Posts Tagged ‘Music’


Concert Season

Concert Season

November 1st, 2016

As a Chicagoan, one of my favorite unofficial seasons has started that all music loving college students absolutely adore — Concert season. With Chicago being the third largest city in the country, it seems like no matter what genre you listen to, and how big or small the artist might be, if they’re touring, they’re […]


Come on! Feel the Illinoise!

Come on! Feel the Illinoise!

October 13th, 2016

As a Rambler, we have the city of Chicago at our fingertips. Our U-Passes can take us anywhere our hearts desire. But with a city so large, how do you have fun without breaking your budget? As a DJ for 88.7 WLUW, Loyola’s radio station located at the Water Tower Campus, the job has opened […]


Music School!

Music School!

March 25th, 2015

Over the summer, I plan to do many things which include taking some summer courses at Loyola and attending Old Town School of Folk Music (located in Lincoln Square). Here, I will be taking a couple of courses and learning the cello. Why? This is for fun! No credit will be carried over towards my graduating […]


Inspirations

Inspirations

March 3rd, 2015

From people to TV shows to hobbies, there are many things and people that truly inspire me. I find myself motivated to get through everyday hardships and challenges because of these inspirations. FRIENDS Here at Loyola, I have found several close friends I can consider life-long. Each person has a unique personality that everyone adores; we […]


The Best Thing in the World: Music

The Best Thing in the World: Music

February 16th, 2015

Music is a wonderful gift. It is set to inspire others, help cope with the pain, bring communities together, and put vibrant colors into life. The melodies, beats, bass, and instrumentals are different among the countless genres, ranging from pop to rock to alternative to classical. If the world never had music as part of […]


10th Floor of Mundelien

10th Floor of Mundelien

October 29th, 2014

This floor can be considered my favorite floor because it is essentially the floor of music. My music class is up there and there are several piano rooms in which I have access to. Every morning, people can hear others sing, play stringed and aero phonic instruments, and more of all different genres ranging from […]


Music Mix!

March 28th, 2013

I’m always on the run from one place to another, from class to class, job to job, stores, meetings, anything else imaginable. Therefore, I always have my phone charged and headphones in, listening to music. Every genre has it’s own beauty to me, so I have a little (actually a lot) of everything in my […]


Fall’s Fun Functions Part 2

Fall’s Fun Functions Part 2

September 18th, 2012

As promised, I am writing another blog today. To continue on my Saturday, along with having my fortune told, I got to experience other cool things, some that I had previously done and some that I had not. One thing that I had never done before was pet and feed a Llama. In fact, I […]


Top 5 Covers

April 15th, 2012

As I sat on the bus en route to St. Louis (otherwise known as home), I scrolled down to my “chill” playlist on my iPod in hopes of catching some sleep.  On my “chill” playlist is an abundance of songs, mostly originals with a few of my favorite cover songs mixed in.  “Chill” is the […]


Top 5 Songs for Studying

November 21st, 2011

Ok, so as I crunch to finish up all of my homework before I can mentally check-out for Thanksgiving break, I rely on relaxing remedies to get me through the process.  Here are my top 5 songs for studying: 5. Blackbird by Dave Matthews Band- Yes, I realize that there was nothing wrong with the […]