Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15, and all month long at Loyola there were opportunities for students to learn more about Hispanic culture.
A decorated main hallway greeted Ramblers at the start of Hispanic Heritage Month in September, featuring flags from Mexico, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, Colombia, and other Spanish-speaking countries. Bulletin boards throughout the school were transformed to mark the occasion. One, crafted by the student group Sociedad, was dedicated to highlighting notable accomplishments of a variety of Hispanic men and women.
On Friday mornings, music by prominent Latinx artists, such as Vincente Fernandez, Bad Bunny, and Anthony Romeo Santos, was played before the morning announcements.