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Student rings the “Belles”

Student rings the “Belles”

Ver Lumod and Cody Downey

September 17, 2019

Transporting themselves between the era of the Second World War and the modern era, two young women must juggle their lives between 70 years. The National World War II Museum, located in New Orleans, takes its visitors back to the 1940s through the Victory Belles. The Belles are a vocal trio serenading...

Students find money-making opportunities Uptown

Students find money-making opportunities Uptown

Khushi Wahi

September 14, 2019

For students looking for an extra buck, the Uptown bubble proves to be a profitable neighborhood for foodies. Lili Mae Kinney, mass communication senior, has been working at Tito’s Ceviche & Pisco since the summer before her senior year. “It can get pretty crazy sometimes,” said Kinney. Besides...

NOLA Wesley offers inclusive venue for students

NOLA Wesley offers inclusive venue for students

Khushi Wahi

September 13, 2019

While Loyola is surrounded by venues with alcohol and partying, The Labyrinth engages students in a different way. The Labyrinth, run by NOLA Welsey, offers affordable food, and a substance-free and inclusive venue for students. Rev. Morgan Guyton has been the primary organizer, as well as a Reverend...

Puzzle Answers 9/13/19

September 12, 2019

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Loyola senior headlines local country fest

Loyola senior headlines local country fest

Andres Fuentes and Tess Rowland

September 8, 2019

  The sun was beating down on Kenner, Louisiana, but the Freedom Fest crowd was as happy as ever to celebrate the nation's liberties for Labor Day weekend. The smell of the food booths trickled into the sea of lawn chairs and spectators. Even an hour before the first act, people were seating...

Humans of Loyola: Everett Fulmer discuses love for “finer things” in life

Humans of Loyola: Everett Fulmer discuses love for “finer things” in life

Sofia Santoro

September 7, 2019

Philosophy Professor Everett Fulmer discusses his love for the finer things in life, including fine wine, philosophy, and spending time with his family. What’s your astrological sign?   Sagittarius, though I put no stock in such things. If astrology was a reliable indicator of person...

New Orleans shows its colors at the 48th Southern Decadence parade

New Orleans shows its colors at the 48th Southern Decadence parade

Andres Fuentes

September 7, 2019

For nearly half a century on every Sunday before Labor Day, Royal Street blossomed from its usual French-Spanish façade to a sea of vintage dresses, wacky wigs, colorful costumes and a sea of rainbow. And it was no different on Sept. 1, 2019. The 48th Southern Decadence parade kicked off w...

Review: ‘The Boys’ takes superheroes R-rated

Review: ‘The Boys’ takes superheroes R-rated

Andrew Lang

September 6, 2019

“The Boys” is disturbing, perverse, shocking – and it’s amazing. “The Boys” takes the superhero genre and flips it on its head. Rather than these noble superheroes who always save the day and do the right thing, the Amazon Prime show presents us with corporately-made superheroes, who are...

Coffee shop combines CBD, beauty and the color pink

Coffee shop combines CBD, beauty and the color pink

Caitlyn Reisgen

September 6, 2019

Drink Beauty, a new coffee and matcha bar, recently opened on Magazine Street, offers a modern twist on coffee. This Instagram-friendly cafe offers customers the option of CBD-infused coffee, selling Mowellens CBD. The cafe's most popular drinks include the Golden Girl Chai and matcha tea. As for tr...

Loyola musicians find a home in Tulane’s marching band

Loyola musicians find a home in Tulane’s marching band

Rose Wagner, Managing Editor for Print

September 6, 2019

Under the August sun in Tulane’s Yulman Stadium, Demetrio “Dane” Castillo wipes a bead of sweat from his forehead and bounces his drumsticks off a nearby practice pad, waiting for marching band practice to start. Cracking jokes with the other members of the drum line, surrounded by Green Wave billboards...

9/6/19 Puzzle Answers

September 5, 2019

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Review: “Sextuplets” is one of the worst things on Netflix

Review: “Sextuplets” is one of the worst things on Netflix

Cody Downey

August 30, 2019

"Sextuplets" was an absolute waste of my time. I hoped for at least an enjoyable time and was left with nothing to show for it. But, I'm sure you are wondering how a movie could be as bad as I say.Family comedies are commonplace in the world of film but Marlon Wayans' latest film takes the concept t...

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