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Sunday Cooks serve up thanks

CARL HARRISON

May 5, 2011


Filed under Features, Life & Times

Food, music and students filled Dixon Court last Sunday evening as the Loyola Sunday Cook Day club concluded its first year as a chartered organization. The Sunday Cooks began serving up dishes for their friends about two years ago. They were officially chartered by the Student Government Associati...

Jazz Fest lineup introduces more contemporary music

Jazz Fest lineup introduces more contemporary music

ARI SILBER

April 13, 2011


Filed under Life & Times, Lifestyle

The weekends of April 29-May 1 and May 5-8 may be a time when Loyola students need to prepare for their finals, but studying early sounds like a good idea this year because of the 2011 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival lineup. Jazz Fest will haves 12 stages to showcase almost every genre of music,...

Students cook for a cause when the 2011 Iron Chef competition returns to Loyola

Students cook for a cause when the 2011 Iron Chef competition returns to Loyola

Renee Dottolo

April 13, 2011


Filed under Life & Times, Lifestyle

The St. Charles Room heated up Tuesday night as seven southeast cooking teams brought a new meaning to fast food and battled it out to become the 2011 Iron Chef Competition winner, presented by the Loyola Asian Student Organization and sponsored by Tabasco. The teams had one hour to cook an appetizer...

‘Of Gods and Men’ touches hearts

ARI SILBER

April 13, 2011


Filed under Life & Times, Lifestyle

Xavier Beauvois' "Of Gods and Men" is a quiet yet powerful meditation on human connection which transcends both religion and politics. Based on a true story, eight French Christian monks (headed by Lambert Wilson, "The Matrix Reloaded") live in harmony with their Muslim neighbors in Northern Africa. C...

COLUMN: Zombies run loose on campus

COLUMN: Zombies run loose on campus

John Valdespino

April 13, 2011


Filed under Life & Times, Lifestyle

If you are one of the more observant students on Loyola's campus, then you may have noticed an increase of kids wearing bandannas either on their arms or on their heads last week. You, sir or ma'am, are quite observant, for last week was the first game of Humans vs. Zombies, presented by the Tulane Cl...

Well-balanced diets provide energy

Nicole Kaufman

April 13, 2011


Filed under Life & Times, Lifestyle

Eating healthy can be tricky in college, since school seems to dictate the daily habits of most students. But according to New Orleans-based nutritionist and registered dietician Corey Walsh, making time to eat is essential to maintaining a healthy diet. "It's crucial that we get sufficient amounts o...

All Access Season Pass

All Access Season Pass

By Lauren Navarro, Life and Times Editor

June 16, 2009


Filed under City, Features, Food

Never mind the economy, summer is just a money-guzzling season regardless of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.Gas prices go up because people are traveling. If your electric bill isn't sky-high by now, you're one of the few lucky ones.And, while you might be working, chances are it's only part time a...

End of the Road

Ramon Antonio Vargas

September 19, 2007


Filed under Greek Life, Uncategorized

Earlier this semester, Timur Alptunaer left one of his first meetings as president of the Inter-Fraternity Council with some surprising knowledge: The university had adopted a policy that no longer supported off-campus housing for fraternities or any other student organization.The fact surfaced once Alpt...

DreamWorks’ latest goes swimmingly

DreamWorks’ latest goes swimmingly

Gigi Alford

October 13, 2004


Filed under Life & Times, Reviews

DreamWorks Animation has built its computer-animated empire based on movies that are goofy and satirical so kids and adults alike can enjoy. While "Shrek" and "Shrek 2" parodied fairy tales, DreamWorks' latest film, "Shark Tale," is a send up of the classic mob film genre. Silly characters will make...

‘Swimfan’ hits rock bottom

September 11, 2002


Filed under Life & Times, Reviews

Genre HorrorRating PG-131 1/2 out of 5 stars In what can best be described as "Fatal Attraction" for 15 year old girls, "Swimfan" attempts to tackle the deep end of more mature subject matter. By the film's end, it is painfully clear that the movie doesn't even belong in the kiddie pool. Ben ...

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