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St. Joseph Cemetery breathes life

St. Joseph Cemetery breathes life

Andres Fuentes

May 4, 2019

Gated off by a rusty chain link fence, St. Joseph Cemetery No. 1 is one that most central city residents pass by on their morning commute. It's not green and lush like other cemeteries, or filled with grand histories and stories. Instead, it's wedged in the heart of homes and families, bordering Washington...

05/03/19 Puzzle Answers

May 3, 2019

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Review: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ provides a satisfying experience for longtime fans (spoilers)

Cody Downey

May 3, 2019

Editor's Note: This review contains spoilers for "Avengers: Endgame.""Avengers: Endgame" is the movie fans have been waiting for not only months but years. This film serves as the best possible conclusion fans could have gotten to this juggernaut franchise. It is going to be discussed probably until t...

HOLoyno: Who is Kahn?

HOLoyno: Who is Kahn?

Sofia Santoro

May 1, 2019

Leonard Kahn is a philosophy and ethics professor at Loyola University. Prior to coming to Loyola, Kahn was on the tenure track at the US Air Force Academy from 2009 to 2013. He enjoyed teaching there because the students that joined the military would soon have to make life or decisions. He felt like...

Readers are shelving their Kindles in favor of local book stores

Readers are shelving their Kindles in favor of local book stores

Riley Katz

April 30, 2019

Independent bookstores are beginning to thrive again after years of losses because customers are beginning to favor brick and mortar stores again.In the American Bookseller Association’s yearly wrap up, the data showed 132 independent bookstores opened in 2018 and a five percent increase in total ...

Review: Netflix’s ‘Love, Death and Robots’ is a burst of creativity

Review: Netflix’s ‘Love, Death and Robots’ is a burst of creativity

Sam Lucio

April 27, 2019

Have you ever wanted a series about a sentient yogurt conquering the world, or farmers in giant mech suits defending their land from aliens, or mercenaries battling dracula with cats? Probably not, but Netflix’s new animated anthology series “Love, Death and Robots” does it anyway. “Love,...

HOLoyno: Who is Henne?

HOLoyno: Who is Henne?

Sofia Santoro

April 27, 2019

Inspired by the Humans of New York series, often shortened to HONY, psychology sophomore Sofia Santoro started an experimental project that involved taking portraits of professors, followed by a brief interview. This project became HOLoyno. All portraits were shot around campus on a canon film came...

4/26/19 Puzzle Answers

April 26, 2019

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Column: The French Quarter Fest celebrates everything New Orleans

Column: The French Quarter Fest celebrates everything New Orleans

Andres Fuentes

April 15, 2019

You couldn't tell that hurricanes upon hurricanes dispersed its people. There were too many shuffling feet, dancing to horns, strings and melodies. You couldn't tell that there was once a yellow fever epidemic. There were too many smiles chowing down on Cajun food. You couldn't tell that a fire...

Trash to Treasure: Audubon Aquarium aims to teach about ocean pollution with art

Trash to Treasure: Audubon Aquarium aims to teach about ocean pollution with art

Andres Fuentes

April 7, 2019

A toilet seat, car bumper, bleach bottles and flip flops are all items that can plague a marine environment, but the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas has such items on display as art pieces. The aquarium welcomed Angela Pozzi’s “Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea” series, which depicts sculptures...

Review: ‘On My Block’ perfectly mixes comedy and drama

Review: ‘On My Block’ perfectly mixes comedy and drama

Cody Downey

April 6, 2019

With over hundreds of hours of original programming on Netflix, "On My Block" is one of the shows that gets looked over between bigger shows like "Stranger Things" and "13 Reasons Why." The series follows Monse, Ruby, Jamal and Cesar, a group of black and Latino teenagers living in inner-city Los...

Puzzle Answers 04/05/19

April 5, 2019

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