Loyola brought Light City to campus with amazing interactive light displays. The displays included videos projected onto buildings and walls, as well as musical light displays, and colorful lights near McManus theater and throughout campus. It was well worth it to stop by and admire this collection of creative, exciting, unique, and bright displays made by students. One of the most interesting displays that I saw was the one outside of McManus Theater. It consisted of a built structure with a clear glass window to look through that had an amazing intricate lit up silver display inside it. On the outside of the structure, people were given the option to write a thought on a silver tag and tape it to the wall. Bringing Light City to Loyola was a wonderful way for students to express their creativity with unique and fun exhibits and displays. On one of the descriptions of the event, it explained that the "exhibition signals the emergence of light from the darkness of winter." This is a really positive message, especially now moving into spring, and the students involved did an amazing job conveying this message on our campus. Below are some photos from the event.