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Maroon Minute 04-27-17

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Editorial: Seniors disappointed in lack of celebrations

Colleen Dulle

Graduation is coming up soon, but for the class of 2017, it doesn’t feel like much of a celebration. Over the last four years, the senior class traditions have been quietly...

April 7, 2017No Comments

Editorial: A message from The Maroon to SGA

Editorial: A message from The Maroon to SGA

April 1, 2017

Editorial: Don’t make the “T” in LGBT invisible

Editorial: Don’t make the “T” in LGBT invisible

March 27, 2017

Editorial: Mardi Gras is over, but our problems remain

March 14, 2017

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University faculty gives Manganaro a vote of confidence

University faculty gives Manganaro a vote of confidence

Akilah Morris

Several faculty and staff members have joined together to thank Marc Manganaro for his years of leadership as provost at Loyola.Early in the semester, former provost Marc Mang...

April 5, 2017No Comments

Interim provost announced

Interim provost announced

March 28, 2017

Loyola quietly develops transgender resources

Loyola quietly develops transgender resources

March 26, 2017

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Free books offered future freshmen

Lily Cummings

Next fall, incoming freshmen will have the opportunity to receive free textbooks. The first 400 students who sign up for a “college readiness conversation” with a me...

April 21, 2017No Comments

Fourth wave feminism marks new chapter in equality

Fourth wave feminism marks new chapter in equality

April 21, 2017

Loyola gets green for Earth Week

Loyola gets green for Earth Week

April 20, 2017

Loyola alumnus reaches for Pulitzer prize

Loyola alumnus reaches for Pulitzer prize

April 20, 2017

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Rugby team travels to California for the Jesuit Cup

Andres Fuentes

The Loyola rugby team packed its bags and headed west on Thursday to participate in the Jesuit Cup at Santa Clara University in California on April 22-23. In its quest to ...

April 26, 2017No Comments

Wolf Pack set their sights on conference championship

April 26, 2017

Baseball team sweeps Brewton-Parker

Baseball team sweeps Brewton-Parker

April 18, 2017

Track star Leah Banks finishes seventh in South Alabama Invitational

Track star Leah Banks finishes seventh in South Alabama Invitational

April 18, 2017

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Design class creates poster book project for young local students

Design class creates poster book project for young local students

Davis Walden

Loyola’s design department wrapped up a collaboration with the International School of Louisiana students by producing a poster book series.Fifth graders at ISL wrote a series of essays about “Fever 1793,R...

April 8, 2017No Comments

  • Loyola rap duo finish new project April 8, 2017
  • Iron chef interview April 7, 2017
  • Southern Rep takes a chance with Sweet Bird March 31, 2017

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Flood protection officials update coastal projects

Flood protection officials update coastal projects

Jamal Melancon

The city of New Orleans is ready to take on this hurricane season without issues, officials said at the 2017 State of Flood Protection Summit. The current coastal master pl...

April 21, 2017

New Orleans fights with immigration enforcement policy

New Orleans fights with immigration enforcement policy

April 10, 2017

Students, faculty write to their senators at community action event

Students, faculty write to their senators at community action event

April 7, 2017

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Opinion: Students engage in a civil debate on abortion

Opinion: Sports Complex renovations were poorly executed

For long-time patrons and students of the Loyola Sports Complex, it had been a long pondered pipe-dream: A remodel of Loyola’s weight room located on the 5th floor of the Sports Complex.Always very homey, if not roomy, our weight room had an old school charm like something out of a Rocky movie. No glam — just sweat and self-determination. But could it be better? Most definitely.Better, it t...

Opinion: Horror movies represent real social fear, progress

If you look through the history of horror movies, you will see each generation has unique, different films that clearly represent them.From the fears of the Cold War to the introduction of torture films, the horror genre has been a means for progressive commentary on trending fears, and while scary movies have had their fair share of setbacks — such as “the black guy always dies first&...

Opinion: Join the March for Science

I grew up under a totalitarian communist regime in Poland. This is where I learned that if you are not interested in politics, politics will eventually find a way to get to you.Back then, it was sometimes extreme. Decisions made by politicians affected our daily lives. I remember the food shortages when decisions were made to “export” food to the Soviet Union. With that kind of experience, I see ...

Iron chef interview

Iron chef interview

Kameron Hay, Loyola News Service Reporter | April 7, 2017

https://vimeo.com/212308808

Leah Banks makes a run at history

Taylor Ford | April 7, 2017

One young track and field athlete is tearing up the field at a historic rate. Leah Banks, mass communication sophomore runner, has separated herself from her teammates throughout this year’s track season and is on her way to becoming one of the most accomplished athletes in the program’s history. Banks is coming off an impressive performance at the Falcon Track Classic, where she was not...

Confederate monuments to come down in May

Confederate monuments to come down in May

Lester Duhe | March 30, 2017

In just two months, the city of New Orleans plans to remove four Civil War-era Confederate monuments. This comes after U.S. District Court Judge Carl Barbier and the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the city to taking the confederate monuments down. Even after the recent appeals court ruling, representatives from both sides of the issue, Take ‘Em Down NOLA and the Monumental...

Since 1923 • For a greater Loyola
Since 1923 • For a greater Loyola