Allow Me to Introduce Myself

Allow Me to Introduce Myself

My name is Evan Fazio. I came to Loyola in 2008 after graduating from public high school in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I knew I wanted to continue living in the city, but New York and LA were too large and soulless.

Chicago seemed to be a place that had the urbanity I was looking for with a touch of some Midwest hospitality. After that, it was a matter of picking a Chicago school with the right size, atmosphere and programs. I came to Loyola in the Fall of 2008 and I haven’t regretted a moment of it.

I’m set to graduate with a degree in Philosophy and another in Advertising and Public Relations. I’ve seen Loyola grow a lot during my time here and have gotten a pretty good idea of the way things work on campus too. I have a management  job that has enabled me to work with many different departments and learn how the university operates and I am a double major in two of our schools.

During my time here I have met a lot of great people and had a lot of fun times. Some people I met freshman year have become some of my best friends, and some of my best friends here I didn’t meet until later. As a freshman I was in a rock band full of seniors, and as they graduated I continued to play in another band called Mapmaker with people from my class.

I’m interested in reading, music (guitar especially, but in terms of genres I range from underground Minneapolis hip-hop to Bach, Louis & Ella to Ray Lamontagne,) technology, Super Smash Brothers (I’m a champ; trust me,) Starcraft 2, deep conversations, meaningful experiences and humor. I’m diligently organized and I’m a master of bad puns. I hope you enjoy reading about my adventures, misadventures, reflections, conceptions and digressions about Loyola in my last year.

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