The Maroon

The Maroon Minute for Wednesday May 2, 2018

Miles Rouen reports on Loyola's abortion stance, UCC anxiety workshops, and more in today's Maroon Minute.

Joseph Kuchler looks to step off the mound and into the future
Two freshmen are tearing up the trail

Two freshmen are tearing up the trail

May 5, 2018

Paige Carter dives into Loyola swimming

Paige Carter dives into Loyola swimming

May 5, 2018

Have a look into Jazz Fest 2018

Have a look into Jazz Fest 2018

May 4, 2018

Editorial: Top Ten Maroon Stories
Editorial: Where’s the policy on clubs dealing with abortion?

Editorial: Where’s the policy on clubs dealing with abortion?

April 27, 2018

Borofsky’s gone. It’s time to give Pastorek a chance.

Borofsky’s gone. It’s time to give Pastorek a chance.

April 20, 2018

Editorial: Borofsky had us on the right track, let’s not stop now

Editorial: Borofsky had us on the right track, let’s not stop now

April 13, 2018

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Wildes reflects on his presidency
Letter: A statement from Loyola University in New Orleans

Letter: A statement from Loyola University in New Orleans

Loyola “will not recognize a pro-choice campus
organization”

Loyola “will not recognize a pro-choice campus organization”

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SGA swears in executive cabinet

SGA swears in executive cabinet

May 3, 2018

Wildes reflects on his presidency

Wildes reflects on his presidency

May 3, 2018

Letter: A statement from Loyola University in New Orleans

Letter: A statement from Loyola University in New Orleans

May 2, 2018

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Joseph Kuchler looks to step off the mound and into the future
Two freshmen are tearing up the trail

Two freshmen are tearing up the trail

May 5, 2018

Paige Carter dives into Loyola swimming

Paige Carter dives into Loyola swimming

May 5, 2018

Column: Pelicans shaking up the New Orleans sports scene

Column: Pelicans shaking up the New Orleans sports scene

April 28, 2018

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Have a look into Jazz Fest 2018
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Loyola faculty remove children from daycare after increase in tuition
Business brothers receive alumni award

Business brothers receive alumni award

May 3, 2018

First medical marijuana pharmacy to open in Louisiana

April 30, 2018

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5 brunch spots to feed your soul
Loyola performers share what it’s like to manage careers with studies

Loyola performers share what it’s like to manage careers with studies

April 13, 2018

5 out-of-the-way record stores to visit in New Orleans

5 out-of-the-way record stores to visit in New Orleans

April 4, 2018

Exercise caution when it comes to signing that first year lease

Exercise caution when it comes to signing that first year lease

February 11, 2018

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Ask the Pack: favorite emojis
Opinion: Immigrants deserve to be respected
Opinion: Sidney’s three tips for Loyola students
Opinion: Apple should make more durable products
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Students might be getting enough sleep, study says

Starlight Williams | May 8, 2017

With the common belief that college students are sleep deprived, it’s no surprise that the crackling sounds of a jaw popping during a yawn and droopy eyelids are common fixtures on college campuses, especially during finals season. However, according to a UP by Jawbone study, students are averaging seven hours of sleep during the week day, which falls in the National Sleep Foundation’s recommended...

Modern Slavery Research Project comes out with new data about human trafficking

Colleen Dulle and Haley Pegg | April 28, 2017

UPDATED: April 29, 2017 at 12:43 p.m. Nearly one in five homeless youths are victims of human trafficking. This statistic was among the new findings from Loyola University New Orleans’ Modern Slavery Research Project. Between February 2014 and June 2016, members of the project conducted a full study on the prevalence of human trafficking on homeless youth. Researchers partnered with Covenant House...

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...

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Since 1923 • For a greater Loyola