Senior explains the pros and cons of life at loyola
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I am a senior here at Loyola Psychology Major with a gender and sexuality studies minor. Um because, well, I I got accepted and be that gave me the most money. Also when I came to the campus, itjust felt natural. By the time I visited, I just wanted to come here just because of, like, the comfort of the campus and something bad. I would say the main thing that separates it is the Jesuit education. Um, I went to just a high school in transitioning into a Jesuit college. I think that just so it's emit a certain energy and a certain motivation towards students to always better themselves. I think it's different from a larger school. Where is they really are emphasizing churning out the best students, um, and kind of weeding out the ones that they don't see fit, whereas loyal is kind of the opposite. Loyal has the mindset of Let's takes all of these students that were accepting Look at them on an equal playing field and play to those strengths and make sure that they're doing the best they can. A couple of years ago, they were trying to make them better, but I feel like they just made him worse. Um, a lot of the times that I don't think they time the bus routes correctly for different areas of campus. I would say another con is definitely the drinking culture here at Loyola. It's all about being in that in group of Hey, we're going to send or whatever it is, which can be frustrating in exclusionary towards people who don't let's do that. Or people who don't like toe go and drink are people who don't want to go out. I think the small campus atmosphere allows for people to get to know each other really well. Everywhere you go, you know, someone which is rather comforting. Um and I wouldn't necessarily say food is a pro. It's it gets old after being here for four years. So student climate at loyal lot is interesting, to say the least. It's I think, and a complex issue with a lot of different things coming into play. I mean, you look at loyal and your first thought is white, and it's hard to get representation other than fitting that box. On the same side, I think we're making a lot of strides with the soul out of a lot of work to go, um, when talking about, like, different people that don't fit what loyal of brands which is white and rich and straight, so that's it.