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Favorite Po’boy

Wolf Staff

October 11, 2012


Filed under Food

Located at: 538 Hagan Ave., New Orleans, La. 70119 • 504-482-3047 If you want a New Orleans po'boy, go to Parkway. With 100 years of experience, they've had the time to perfect the classic southern sandwich. It's the clear choice as Loyola's favorite po'boy - President Obama has even eaten there....

Favorite Clothing Store

Wolf Staff

October 11, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

Located at: 3312 Magazine St., New Orleans, La. 70115 • 504-891-7443 For many thrift store enthusiasts, Buffalo Exchange on Magazine Street is shopping heaven. This chic buy-sell-trade boutique not only offers vintage and used clothing at discounted prices, but also provides an easy way to make a qu...

Favorite Happy Hour & Favorite Singles Spot

Favorite Happy Hour & Favorite Singles Spot

Wolf Staff

October 11, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

The Boot - A popular Uptown bar that almost every person who has gone to college in New Orleans has been to or heard about. But, just like a lot of New Orleans favorites, it takes on different roles at different times. On Wednesday and Friday afternoons starting at 4 p.m., The Boot is a wonderful ha...

Favorite Cheap Eats

Favorite Cheap Eats

Wolf Staff

October 11, 2012


Filed under Food

Located at: 6215 S. Miro St., New Orleans, La. 70125 • 504-309-2776 301 N. Peters St., New Orleans, La. • 504-267-4406 Are you in need of an authentic fix of Mexican food amid dangling piñatas and colorful decorations reminiscent of Mexico? Felipe's will serve you anything from tacos and quesadillas to super burritos a...

Favorite On-Campus Food

Favorite On-Campus Food

Wolf Staff

October 11, 2012


Filed under Food

With a menu straight from the streets of Florence, Italy, La Divina Gelateria is a place where students can find meals for any time of day. These are some of the reasons why students like Maura Vananzo, English writing freshman, enjoy the eatery. "I work late, so it's an option that is open, and I'm It...

Favorite Gay Bar

Wolf Staff

October 11, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

Located at: 800 Bourbon St., New Orleans, La. 70116 • 504-593-9491 If you're trying to decide on a club to feel the rhythm of the night, look no further. Located toward the end of the Bourbon Street bustle, Oz is filled with multi-colored electric lights, bar dancers and lively remixes of popular s...

Favorite Late-Night Munchies

Favorite Late-Night Munchies

Wolf Staff

October 11, 2012


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Located at: 1039 Broadway St., New Orleans, La. 70118 • 504-866-2362 This uptown hole-in-the-wall offers more than 40 different types of crêpes, both salty and sweet. At first glance, the menu board may leave you feeling dazed and confused with so many options, including the option to create your...

Sam the ice cream girl is coming to town

Sam the ice cream girl is coming to town

LAUREN IRWIN

October 10, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

Have you seen a girl outside Monroe Library holding a bright orange sign reading, "Homemade Ice Cream $3"? That's Loyola's own entrepreneur Sam Schnetz, undecided sophomore, and for the past three weeks she has been selling home-cranked ice cream to the Loyola community. Schnetz, from Sacramento, CA, ...

Teachers After Hours

Teachers After Hours

CHERIE LEJEUNE

October 10, 2012


Filed under Life & Times, Music

It's likely that country music fans have heard a song written by Loyola's own music industry professor Jim McCormick on the radio recently. This semester, McCormick teaches a class called The Craft and Business of Songwriting, according to a Loyola University press release. But over the summer, he ac...

Too obscure for many, not obscure enough for some

Too obscure for many, not obscure enough for some

OLIVIA LUECKEMEYER and OLIVIA LUECKEMEYER

October 10, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

Loyola is sometimes labeled as "Tulane's hipster neighbor," but just because many Loyola students prefer live music to football and philosophy to accounting, does that really classify them as hipsters? Defining the term "hipster" is a challenge since it is used so loosely and can carry different meani...

100-year series has star- studded lineup

100-year series has star- studded lineup

SHANNON DONALDSON

October 10, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

An archbishop, a jazz band and a political consultant walk into Roussel Hall. There's no punch line - they're here to celebrate Loyola's one-hundredth birthday at the Presidential Centennial Guest Series. Since the kick off of the Centennial Series last month, Loyola is expecting a diverse array of speake...

Puzzle solutions for Oct. 5, 2012

Puzzle solutions for Oct. 5, 2012

Maroon Staff

October 3, 2012


Filed under Life & Times

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