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Maroon Minute 05-03-17

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Loyola: You’ve got them, now it’s your job to keep them

Loyola: You’ve got them, now it’s your job to keep them

For the first time since 2013, Loyola’s enrollment numbers aren’t looking so bleak. An email sent by the Rev. Kevin Wildes, S.J., on Wednesday, May 3, stated that ...

May 10, 2017No Comments

Loyola professors: take the time to correct your syllabus

May 3, 2017

Loyola students need to tune into their school’s issues

Loyola students need to tune into their school’s issues

April 24, 2017

Editorial: Seniors disappointed in lack of celebrations

April 7, 2017

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Dziak prepares to return to Mission and Ministry

Erin Snodgrass

Loyola’s Mission and Ministry is seeing a familiar face in the vice president position starting next semester. The Rev. Ted Dziak, S.J., will be stepping in as interim...

May 4, 2017No Comments

Interim provost joins the Wolf Pack

Interim provost joins the Wolf Pack

April 29, 2017

University faculty gives Manganaro a vote of confidence

University faculty gives Manganaro a vote of confidence

April 5, 2017

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Loyola pledges to continue to address climate change

Erin Snodgrass

Loyola is one of 183 universities to join “We Are Still In,” a nationwide movement of higher education institutions that have pledged to continue addressing cl...

June 13, 2017No Comments

Fulbright honors five Loyola students

Fulbright honors five Loyola students

May 10, 2017

Dziak prepares to return to Mission and Ministry

May 4, 2017

Seniors, don’t forget to pick up your graduation regalia

May 1, 2017

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Daria Delfino keeps the Wolf Pack on par with the rest

Daria Delfino keeps the Wolf Pack on par with the rest

Brian Wollitz

Daria Delfino highlighted her competitive nature as a four sport athlete in high school, playing field hockey, basketball, softball and golf. As she ends her sophomore se...

May 9, 2017No Comments

Tulane defensive end takes ballet lessons

May 5, 2017

Rugby team brings home the Father Engh Bowl at the Jesuit Cup

Rugby team brings home the Father Engh Bowl at the Jesuit Cup

May 3, 2017

Track and Field’s camaraderie leads to success

May 2, 2017

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Senior showcase celebrates artists

Senior showcase celebrates artists

Jessamyn Reichmann

Six graduating seniors showcased their most impressive pieces of art created at Loyola. This past Monday, family members and friends attended the BFA and BA Senior Showcase. Taking place in the Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery, th...

May 7, 2017No Comments

  • Cancelled orchestra concert rescheduled May 6, 2017
  • Tulane defensive end takes ballet lessons May 5, 2017
  • Touro’s Jazz Fest Shabbat combines music, spirituality of the Big Easy May 4, 2017

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Anxiety Management Workshop Posters Stress Students

India Yarborough

With finals quickly approaching, Loyola has promoted the University Counseling Center’s anxiety workshops through a campus-wide email with some tips and resources fo...

May 8, 2017

Losing the Cajun Coast

Losing the Cajun Coast

May 6, 2017

Loyola supports disability pride

May 1, 2017

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Can the social justice movement use violence?

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 ...

Green Wave defensive tackle make a run for the NFL

Green Wave defensive tackle make a run for the NFL

Caroline Gonzalez | April 27, 2017

Hard work and a desire to play are the two things that have carried Tanzel Smart through the past four years. Now, the defensive tackle from Tulane University uses those same qualities in his preparation for the NFL draft. Kevin Peoples, defensive line coach for the Green Wave, said that along with his work ethic, Smart is explosive and quick off the line, making him a playmaker for any defense. “The...

Loyola adds Braille signs to buildings on campus

Loyola adds Braille signs to buildings on campus

Dannielle Garcia | April 27, 2017

Pointing her cane from side to side, Sophie Trist, English writing freshman, uses it to guide her around campus. “I was born with a condition called Frazier syndrome and basically what it is, is I was born with literally no eyes,” Trist said. However, she does not let her disability prohibit her learning experience. “I was actually one of the lucky few. I started learning Braille when...

NOLA parking meters doubled in revenue from last year

NOLA parking meters doubled in revenue from last year

Nick Ducote and Starlight Williams | April 24, 2017

Since extending parking meter times and increasing meter rates in the French Quarter in January 2016, the city has nearly doubled its parking meter revenue. In the city’s quarterly economic review, the city’s economist reported a $4.2 million increase from October 2015 to August 2016. Michael Nuss, a bartender at SoBou, said while he understands the meter changes, he doesn’t believe it’s...

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