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  • 2019 Spanish Immersion Trip to Costa Rica

    2019 Spanish Immersion Trip to Costa Rica

    This summer, twenty-two Ramblers spent eight days journeying around Costa Rica to immerse themselves in the country’s natural landscape, culture and beauty. Students had the opportunity to visit a variety of unique locations such as the Arenal Volcano National Park, the Santa Elena Cloud Forest, the Braulio Carrillo National Park and Aerial Tram and even the Hot Springs.
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  • LA Tank Takes NYC

    This month, the 2019 LA Tank competition winners and student leadership team ventured to New York City on June 13–14 for a whirlwind 36-hour power internship and meetings with members of Loyola’s alumni network on the east coast.
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  • Loyola Academy's 109th Commencement Exercises

    Loyola Academy Celebrates 109th Commencement Exercises

    On Saturday, May 25, Loyola Academy celebrated its 109th Commencement Exercises at Northwestern University’s Welsh-Ryan Arena. With family and friends present, 493 members of the senior class gathered one last time as classmates and departed as Loyola alumni.
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  • Honoring Loyola's 2019 Retirees

    On Friday, May 24, Loyola Academy honored the retirement of four outstanding faculty & staff members with Mass in the Loyola Chapel and a continental breakfast in the Loyola lounge.
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  • Loyola Celebrates Sending Forth Mass

    The Loyola Academy community celebrated its Sending Forth Mass on Friday, May 17. The Mass is an annual celebration of the school year, a recognition of the outstanding efforts of distinguished students and faculty and a sendoff for the senior class.
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