Adventures Abroad

“You have a one-hour layover in Dublin,” my mom said. “It’s just two easy flights. You’ll be in Rome by tomorrow morning.” Standing at the doors of O’Hare International Airport in Chicago on May 16, …

Adventures Abroad

Now that I have been in Rome for almost three months (where has the time gone?), and my time here is coming to an end, I thought I could impart some of the wisdom I …

Adventures Abroad

I have always considered myself to have a cultured taste in foods. In Chicago, my favorite restaurants serve Latin and Asian food, and when I’m home, my mother makes excellent dishes from a variety of …

Adventures Abroad

FOMO: the fear of missing out. Back home in Chicago, my friends would be moving into their first apartments, turning 21 and finally getting jobs and internships in the “real world,” and I would be …

Closer Look

Don’t graduate regretting you never studied abroad. Loyola makes studying abroad an option for all students. With three international campuses and more than 100 international programs in 66 countries, students have a world of choices – …

Opinion

As I sat waiting for my plane to take me from Beijing, I had never been more excited in my life to come home. I missed my family, my girlfriend, my friends; I missed Chipotle …

Closer Look

After four years, Loyola’s Rome Start program is finally hitting its stride. Through the program, Loyola gives students who were either born in or lived in another country the chance to study in Rome at …

Adventures Abroad

Throughout childhood geography lessons, the far and foreign destinations seemed unreachable, like places that only our dreams could bring us to. It is impossible to fully grasp the vastness and beauty of the world without …