What I like most about Loyola: During my time at Loyola, I enjoyed using the city as an extension of the classroom. On numerous occasions, my professors would assign homework that required leg work somewhere in the city. Whether is was finding more information about a neighborhood or learning more about the history of the city, I really learned more about the city and myself. Learning at Loyola and in Chicago also provided me experiences I never thought I would receive in a school setting, like covering a Chicago Bulls game with press credentials for my sports broadcasting course.
For those of you who haven’t heard the announcement yet, Loyola just named Sheryl Swoopes as the women’s basketball head coach. One of the first stars of the WNBA, Swoopes is a three-time MVP and a three-time Olympic gold medalist. And, yes, she is also the first woman to have her own Nike basketball shoe [...]Read more...
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