Welcome to Pack Chat, the Loyola student blog. We invite you to read our blogs and learn more about student life at Loyola University New Orleans. Each of us have distinct interests and are pursuing various professional endeavors, but we all share one thing in common, we love Loyola.
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Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Major: International Business and Management
"Coming from a city known for the busiest airport in the world to a city known as "The Big Easy," its been an adjustment but that's half the fun! Check out my blog for all things Loyola and New Orleans. #RiseUp&WhoDatUnite"
The community I have made here at Loyola through Greek Life, Admissions, and the English Department reminds me there is no where I would rather be than here at Loyola University, here in New Orleans. Read my blog to learn more about how I found my place in the Pack!
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Hey there! Even though I'm native New Orleanean and a junior, every day at Loyola brings something new. Check out my blog for everything from Loyola culture to campus events to study abroad and more!
Coming from New England to New Orleans has been quite the culture shock. But I'm adjusting to life in the South by livin' it up, loyno style.
Hometown: Fort Myers, FL
Major: English Writing and Advertising
"From a native Floridian, the swamp is definitely greener on this side of the pond. My involvement in Greek life, Multicultural affairs, Student Government and Ambassadors has instilled a crazy wild love for all things LOYNO. Check out my blog for a look into the life of an overinvolved junior #GoWolfpack"
HOLA! As a transfer student from Nicaragua, adapting to new surroundings was a difficult task. Thankfully, with both New Orleans and Loyola's diversity and open community, it is now my home away from home.
Hometown: The Den at the Loyola University New Orleans
Major: International Business in Wreaking Havoc
Year: Freshmen (at heart)
“You guys might not know this, but I consider myself a bit of a loner. I tend to think of myself as a one-man Wolf Pack.”