Gallery: Loyola Weekend, in Photos

Loyola put its best foot forward from March 25 to 27.

Loyola was packed this weekend as thousands of prospective Ramblers from across the country descended on campus. Helping them was an army of student tour guides, campus workers and faculty members, among others. Across the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses, students were given chances to attend panels, talk to current students, and explore the best of what Loyola has to offer. 

From the floor of Gentile Arena to the greenhouse of the School of Environmental Sustainability, here is a look at the chaos and excitement of Loyola Weekend.

A family outside of the Information Commons takes a selfie with Lake Michigan as their backdrop. (Aidan Cahill | The Phoenix)
In the Quinlan Life Sciences Building, attendees were able to examine bugs during the biology lab open house. (Aidan Cahill | The Phoenix)
Between de Nobili Dining Hall and the School of Environmental Sustainability, an attendee approaches West Sheridan Road. (Aidan Cahill | The Phoenix)
Student organizations and various departments set up stands in Gentile Arena. (Aidan Cahill | The Phoenix)
Attendees walk toward Lake Michigan next to Madonna della Strada. (Aidan Cahill | The Phoenix)
Prospective students and their family walk near the West Quad. (Aidan Cahill | The Phoenix)
A tour guide leads a group near Madonna della Strada Chapel, Loyola’s main campus chapel. (Aidan Cahill | The Phoenix)

All photos for this story were taken by Aidan Cahill. The story was written by Cahill and Photo Editor Holden Green.

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