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600$ Rent, Utilities included, Free internet, Fully furnished, & In-house laundry! [Sep. 14th, 2009|08:14 am]
Loyola University Chicago

I'm posting this because I need to find a roommate to take my place in a wonderful apartment on W Belmont ASAP. I'll be moving out and back to my homestate no later than October 15th and the 1-9 I'll be with friends.
Rent is 600$ but utilities (Heat, gas, electric, water, garbage) and internet included in the 600.

House's Features:
-New flooring
-Close to Beat Kitchen (two blocks) located between Wolcott and Damen. 10 minutes from Paulina Brown Line!
-FULL SIZE BED INCLUDED FOR FREE! Along with rather large closet and dresser pre installed. Basically, a fully furnished room.
-You would be sharing a room with one other girl but the room is on the larger side and has room for both of you to live comfortably and with your own space. My current roommates are respectful of each others space, don't worry.
-You would be in apartment October 2009-September 2010

About roommates:
-2 Girls, Both at Columbia, Clean, respectful, Both 21

Looking for:
-19 - 25
-Easy to get along with

The security deposit is 900$, but the place is phenomenal for the price you pay. Photos located here: PHOTOBUCKET ALBUM. There is more furniture now in the apartment than what's pictured, but I have no available camera to update them so that's all I have available.

Email me or reply here if interested!


CROSS POSTED LIKE MAD, so sorry if this shows up more than once D:
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best place to sleep at LSC [Aug. 19th, 2009|04:00 pm]
Loyola University Chicago

So, I was just wondering, what is the best place to sleep on the lake shore campus undisturbed during the day time? Does anyone know of any secret secluded places or unused lounges that can be used for resting?

Library, information commons? Anybody have experience with this?
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FREE PUNK SHOW!!! ALL AGES!!! [Jun. 28th, 2009|12:13 pm]
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[Current Location |Chicago, IL]
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New to LUC [Jun. 24th, 2009|08:58 pm]
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[mood |awake]

 Hi all,

I will be attending Loyola in the fall as a grad student in Secondary Education. Despite having been "based" in Illinois I went out of state for my undergrad and just got my degree from the University of Iowa. So I'm a Chicago newbie. I know nothing about downtown, let alone the Water Tower Campus. I'm looking for advice and stuffs like that. Where can I begin my job search? Where is the best place to find an apartment? Also I have no friends in the Chicago area, so I'm looking to meet new people who are in my program or otherwise. Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm really nervous for the fall, so I'm looking for a heads up on just about everything. 
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(no subject) [Apr. 28th, 2009|11:17 pm]
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I was wondering if you guys could give me some suggestions for the best area to get an apartment, places that don't rip you off, somewhat safe (and reasonable), etc.

please & thank you :)
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(no subject) [Mar. 31st, 2009|04:40 pm]
Loyola University Chicago
I'll be a new student in the fall, (grad student for social work) and I was wondering if Loyola had some kind of site for classifieds, like roommate searches, buying/selling things, job listings, ride shares, etc.  My current school has a site like this that was really helpful when looking for roommates/open apartments so I'm just wondering if you guys did too! Thanks!
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(no subject) [Mar. 29th, 2009|01:34 am]
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Hi there everyone! My name is Jenifer, and I moved to Chicago in January to start at Loyola. Admittedly, I haven't had much luck making friends here, and wanted to give it a shot here.

I'm originally from Baltimore, MD and transferred to Loyola to continue my pre-med studies. I actually created a community for pre-med and medical students to talk and help one another out, and I'd love to see you there: premedheadaches But anyway, I live right next to the Lake Shore Campus, and other than running along the path next to the lake, I haven't found anything fun to do or anyone to hang out with. I'm admittedly a huge dork, so I'm more apt to go play video games or watch anime with you than go to a bar. But I'm pretty damn open to anything, I want to see everything that Chicago has to offer.

Sorry if this is spammy ;.; I just want to stop being so lonely in this big city.
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grad school [Mar. 27th, 2009|01:50 pm]
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Is anyone here in the MSW program? Loyola's one of the two schools I'm considering for grad school and I'd love to talk to someone in the program to find out more.
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(no subject) [Mar. 14th, 2009|11:02 pm]
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So I know this is a little ahead of time but I'm transferring in Fall '09. I'll be a junior and I'm probably gonna live on campus for the first semester just till I get used to the area, etc. Oh yeah, I'm from NJ. I was wondering if you guys could tell me the best place for me to live? I wanna live by myself, I had a roommate at my other school and figure I won't get as lucky as I did with her. According to the website I can only pick between Spring Hall, Seattle Hall, Holy Cross(my high school, ironically), and Fordham hall. Is that true? If so, which are the best to pick(hope) for? Also, is getting a parking spot really hard? Does Loyola have a lot to give out? Do all of them have gyms?

Thanks ahead of time :)
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Baumhart [Mar. 12th, 2009|01:25 pm]
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 SO. My roommates and I picked Baumhart on a whim at the last second, since all the other apartments seemed crappier, and we'd rather have a nice city place instead of one that's seedy up here on Lakeshore Campus. Anyone wanna fill me in on Baumhart Hall, what's it like, how downtown living is, etc? We didn't even visit it, since we thought we would get more options and wouldn't have to resort to going downtown. From what we've looked at (mainly just the LUC site and GoogleMaps, lol), it looks pretty awesome, two blocks away from shoe-shopping and Water Tower, near the Loop and the museums, and it cuts down on a twenty minute commute if we wanna do something downtown. So could anyone fill me in on the specifics (any tidbit would be appreciated)? 

I'm a freshman going into sophomore year, if that makes a difference.
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