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  • Maroon Minute for April 24, 2014

    A brief update for the Loyola community featuring information about a veteran New Orleans Police Department officer convicted of child pornography charges, Loyola's senior graphic design exhibition, and more.

  • Fourth floor TV stolen

    Television screen stolen from Communications/Music Complex

    Loyola University Police Department is investigating the theft of a 60-inch plasma television screen from the fourth floor of the Communications/Music Complex.

  • Alla El-Jaouhari

    Rugby ranks among the top five

    The Loyola rugby team finished its best season in four years, taking home second place in the Mid-Atlantic Tournament after their 24-23 loss to Mount St. Mary’s University.

  • Two new minors approved

    At the start of the fall 2014 semester, students at Loyola University New Orleans will be able to minor and environmental communications or social media, two new minors being added to the School of Mass Communication.

  • Sian Hairston

    Ball so hard

    Sian Hairston, psychology sophomore, relaxes in the Carrollton Hall ball pit.

  • Louisiana Governors

    Former governors discuss Louisiana issues

    The first female governor of Louisiana, a former republican candidate for President of the United States and a current contender for Louisiana’s sixth congressional seat, met in Roussel Hall to discuss the present condition of the state.

  • Raymond Price

    Student’s runway walk wins at Fashion Week NOLA

    Raymond Price, mass communication freshman, stepped onto the Fashion Week New Orleans runway as a hopeful contestant and walked off as a champion. 

  • Loup Garou cancelled for first time

    Overspending in previous years has led to the first cancellation of the spring concert Loup Garou in over a decade.

  • UNO to cut staff to reduce budgetary deficit

    University of New Orleans President Peter J. Fos revealed that the university would be doing some spring cleaning of their own in upcoming months.

  • Health Care

    Health care sign-ups surge as enrollment ends

    WASHINGTON (AP) — In an April 1 White House press conference, President Barack Obama said that 7.1 million people have signed up for health care under the Affordable Care Act. 

  • EMILY ANDRAS/Design Assistant

    Professors face mass incarceration with education

    In the city with one of the highest levels of incarceration, a team of professors is trying to inject humanities into prison, one poem at a time.

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