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Students of Loyola: Diana Durr

Students of Loyola: a take on the very exciting, emotional, and raw, “Humans of New York.” We want to capture the students at Loyola in a way that has not been done before. We want people’s joy and struggles to be out there, without forcing anything too much.

Meet Diana Durr.

If there was one thing you could change, what would it be?

I wish money didn’t exist, because I think people should do what they want to do, regardless of money. Literally everything in our society is based around it, and that’s not fair. We’re all born equally, just because someone is born into a financial burden, it shouldn’t affect their future.

Something monetary should not establish where you can go in life.

Everyone would be happier; there is so much badness around money.”

 

Annie Kate Raglow is a fourth-year honors student at Loyola University Chicago. She is a journalism major with a music minor, and she enjoys her role as contributor for the LUC chapter of Her Campus. Annie was Campus Correspondent when the chapter re-launched at LUC. She has a passion for traveling and meeting new people, as well as advocating for social issues. Career goals (as of right now) include opportunities in investigative or documentary journalism. Music is a huge part of Annie's life, and one of her favorite pastimes is performing at local Chicago "open mic" nights. She also loves finding independent coffee shops! Annie is ambitious in pursuit of her journalism and music skills, and loves everything that Her Campus has to offer.
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