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Theatre department presents new production

Theatre department presents new production

MELANIE POTTER

November 28, 2012


Filed under Life & Times, Theater

Loyola's Theatre Department kicked off their fall season with Tanya Saracho's "El Nogalar," on Nov. 28 in the Lower Depths Theatre. Professor Laura Hope is directing this Mexican adaption of Anton Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard." "I thought it was a fantastic play. I instantly fell in love with the sc...

Puzzle Solutions for November 30, 2012

Puzzle Solutions for November 30, 2012

Maroon Staff

November 28, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

Online shopping provokes mixed feelings

Online shopping provokes mixed feelings

OLIVIA LUECKEMEYER

November 28, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

Shopping online can be risky business, but some experienced online shoppers say that e-boutiques are superior to their real-world counterparts. There is a lot of uncertainty when shopping online because it is not uncommon to be dissatisfied with the appearance, fit or quality of something purchased on th...

A Night on Frenchmen Street

SOPHIA TAN

November 19, 2012


Filed under Life & Times, Music

It's hard to imagine that seconds away from the flashing signs and loud music of Bourbon Street lies another street filled with vibrant characters and local beauty. For anyone who hasn't been to Frenchmen Street, imagine blocks of bars and restaurants lined by all sorts of artists, painters, musicians, po...

Happy Hour Tour Guide

Happy Hour Tour Guide

The Wolf

November 18, 2012


Filed under Food, Life & Times

Drinking can be expensive, and even more so if you are a college student on a budget. Whether it is to spare your wallet or to step out of your routine and try a new place, happy hours are the perfect opportunity. Here are some of our favorites.  Theo's Pizza Uptown: 4218 Magazine St. Tuesday: 4 p.m....

Games on Tap

Five drinking games suitable for college students of age

November 15, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

Let's face it - college students enjoy drinking games, and while beer pong and flip cup are fun, they might be getting old. Welcome a change of pace and try one of these games. Naturally, people play by different rules, so feel free to adjust, as you will. However, we at Wolf Magazine are not condoning ex...

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

PRECIOUS ESIE

November 15, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

Being a college student in New Orleans does have its perks. We're privy to such a unique nightlife scene. On any given night, there's always something to do, whether it's taking a walk down Bourbon Street and experiencing the sights or running into a brass band performing in the middle of Frenchmen St...

In Theaters Near You

In Theaters Near You

KRISTEN HIMMELBERG

November 14, 2012


Filed under Film, Life & Times

Lights, Camera, Action! The Film Buffs Institute knows the saying far too well, but they are looking to find other film enthusiasts at Loyola to share in their passion. This semester, they are revamping the program to spread their wealth of films to a wider audience. Film Buffs, which will turn 40 th...

Take Me Out

LAUREN IRWIN

November 14, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

Think back, Loyola student - when was the last time you went on a date? If it's been a few months or a few years, heaven forbid, know this: you are not alone. Alex Ward, mass communication junior, chose one word to describe the dating scene at Loyola. "Nonexistent." "The last time that I experienced just pla...

Editor’s Note

PRECIOUS ESIE

November 14, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

There must have been a reason why you decided to read this. May- be it was the cover. Maybe it fell out of your issue of The Maroon and you were curious. Or maybe you enjoy Wolf Magazine and were looking forward to our first issue-dining. I love food. Cooking and eating happen to be two...

Work & Play

Work & Play

CHERIE LEJEUNE

November 14, 2012


Filed under Life & Times, Music

Adam Stewart's office is his bedroom, a studio space filled with two keyboards, two bass guitars, four guitars, a synthesizer, a banjo, a bunch of guitar pedals and guitar amps. His money comes from recording other artists, he said, and on top of this, he plays shows regularly. "I go out almost every...

Crafting Cocktails with Roberto Prego

Crafting Cocktails with Roberto Prego

CARL HARRISON

November 14, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

With mixing late nights at work, early morning classes, schoolwork and social lives, student bartenders have a lot on their shelves. Physics senior Roberto Prego is a bartender at the Columns Hotel. Prego enjoys the social interactions that come with his job but admits it's easy to get shaken up by the responsibil...

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