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Jamie Simon

College Counselor

How many years have you been at Loyola?
This is my seventh year at Loyola, but I have worked at a Jesuit high school or Jesuit university for almost fifteen years.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I see lots of live music—you can usually find me at Thalia Hall, Green Mill, and sometimes at SPACE in Evanston.

Any fun facts students might not know about you?
My favorite job, other than working at LA, was spending my high school years working at a haunted house every Fall. Each night I worked in a different section, and it was fun to find the best spot to jump out and scare people!

Favorite Loyola memory?
My two favorites were serving as an adult leader on a junior summer service trip to Winona, Minnesota, and going to China with students as a faculty chaperone.

What is your best advice to Ramblers?
As a First Generation to college student, my advice would be to take advantage of all the amazing academic and co curricular opportunities to help students develop new skills and interests.
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