- Class of 2018
- Majors International Business, Spanish
Before she even took her first class at Loyola, Blythe participated in a service-centered Pre-Fall program—and fell in love with service. "My view on service is that it is a civic duty just like voting. We all have a responsibility to our greater community, and the best way to show that is to serve in your community," says Blythe, who is a CCSJ intern who coordinates service opportunities with the York Road corridor. A Sellinger Scholar, she credits Loyola's core curriculum for allowing her to branch out from her business major to learn how to not just look at the world, but "to really see it." Her favorite thing about Loyola? "All of my professors have genuinely cared about me and what I want to do in life. They don't want to just push students through their classes; they want students to get something out of it." After graduation, Blythe hopes to work for an organization that allows her to make an impact on her local community.
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