Loyola University Maryland is a Jesuit private university established in 1852, and located in Baltimore, Maryland. Notable alumni include Tom Clancy, Mark Bowden, and Michael D Griffin. Loyola offers bachelor’s, masters, and doctoral degrees, with speech pathology, communications, and psychology being among the popular majors; its Sellinger School of Business & Management is among the best in the country. It is a medium sized university, with about 3500 students enrolled annually. The college has more than 150 student clubs and organisations, a campus television & radio station, a student run newspaper - The Greyhound, as well as study abroad and army ROTC programs. Special initiatives, such as the ALANA Student Services, are in place to improve diversity & promote inclusiveness. The college has several fun weekend and annual traditions, such as Midnight Breakfast, Loyolapalooza, The Fall Football Classic, and the Fall Concert. Loyola’s annual lacrosse game against their arch rivals, John Hopkins University, has also been elevated to the level of a near tradition, called the ‘Battle of Charles Street’!