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Alumni form motion graphics company

MELANIE POTTER

April 10, 2013


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When David Buttrey graduated from Loyola, he never knew his career would take him to meetings in India, concerts at Coachella and clients in Amsterdam. Buttrey, A'10, and Joe Fleming have partnered to form BLK RBBT, an innovative design company focused on communication in the entertainment field. Their com...

SGA implements new communication policy LAW: Bruno’s owner gets involved Continued from page 9 by hu

LUCY DIECKHAUS

March 20, 2013


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A new SGA communication policy mandates that senators answer questions solely through email and that senators send all questions to the vice president of communication, who will then email the inquiring reporter or student directly. SGA enacted this new communication policy during Spring 2013. On Fe...

Local eatery starts serving Loyola

Local eatery starts serving Loyola

ERIC KNOEPFLER and ERIC KNOEPFLER

March 13, 2013


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Chef Harveen Khera first came to New Orleans as a consultant for a Tulane rabbi, but ended up staying and spearheading the vision for what would become students' newest kosher and organic eatery. The restaurant has had plans for expansion since its conception, but has just recently added a selection...

International experience changes perspective

International experience changes perspective

CAMILLE FIESS

March 13, 2013


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Just over a year ago I embarked on an adventure studying abroad in Lima, Peru. While it's hard to believe that this incredible experience has already come and gone, I am constantly reminded of how glad I am that I made the decision to study abroad. As cliché as the phrase "it changed my life" is, I don't think I could...

Swain and Drange plan to steal the button

T.M DANIEL

March 6, 2013


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One by one, the lampposts blinked into life. Candles were lit on windowsills to keep the shadows out, and the stars woke up, each one, and the nightlights were put on, and flashlights went on beneath the bedcovers, and my reason for telling you these things is that despite all that light, Swain had n...

Jazz Festival brings famous musician alumni back to campus

Jazz Festival brings famous musician alumni back to campus

RAQUEL DERGANZ BAKER

March 6, 2013


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Loyola's coordinator of Jazz Studies John Mahoney and jazz studies and mathematics senior Wayne Mitchell are teaming up with the famous Fellowship Band to make this year's Loyola Jazz Fest one of the best yet. The 40th annual Loyola Jazz Ensemble Festival will be held on March 8 and 9 in Roussel Hall. Th...

Campus Confidential

Campus Confidential

LAUREN HINOJOSA, LAUREN HINOJOSA, and LAUREN HINOJOSA

March 6, 2013


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Loyno Confessions became a campus sensation overnight, reaching over 1,000 likes within a few days. The Facebook page was created by an anonymous source on Feb. 21 and features confessions submitted by Loyola students, ranging from criminal acts to crushes on teachers. "I was inspired by the Tulane ...

Students’ film sends powerful message

OLIVIA BURNS, OLIVIA BURNS, and OLIVIA BURNS

March 6, 2013


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Loyola students Kirby Voss and Antonia Finizio are gaining national recognition for their independent film "Pain of the People," chosen for official screening at Idyllwild Cinema Fest in January 2013. Written and produced by Voss, English film and digital media senior, and former student Finizio, "P...

For love or money

For love or money

DIANA MIRFIQ and DIANA MIRFIQ

February 27, 2013


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Bourbon Street is coming to Loyola with a 1960's twist. Ricky Graham will present the world premiere of his comedy "The Money Box," an original musical adaption of Moliere's "The Miser." The production features music by Loyola alumnu0s Jefferson Turner and lyrics by Graham Patterson and Sean Patterson. The lead, theatre a...

People can marry however many people they want to

People can marry however many people they want to

KAITLYN O'CONNOR

November 7, 2012


Filed under Columns, Lifestyle, Religion

The Browns shocked the world in 2010 when their show "Sister Wives" aired on TLC, showing off their polygamist lifestyle. In the United States, polygamy is banned, making it illegal to have more than one lawful spouse. However, polygamists today are avoiding this law by legally marrying one spouse an...

Eating Against the Grain

Eating Against the Grain

Lexi Wangler

September 20, 2012


Filed under Food, Life & Times, Lifestyle

How often do you think about food? How often do you have to compartmentalize down to what snack, meal or alcoholic beverage you'll be having later? Will there even be something you can eat at a friend's house or a bar? For me, avoiding wheat has become second nature. I forget about it most of the ti...

From cap and gown to wedding gown

From cap and gown to wedding gown

Angela Hernandez

February 13, 2012


Filed under Features, Lifestyle

     A walk down the aisle right after walking at graduation generally isn't the next step in a college student's life. Today, most students are trying to establish their careers before making a commitment. According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, ...

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