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LUPD to provide vehicle safety checks before Christmas Break

LUPD to provide vehicle safety checks before Christmas Break

Rose Wagner

December 6, 2018

For students preparing to spend hours driving home for Christmas Break, LUPD is launching a Check My Ride program to make sure students' vehicles are safe and ready for the road, according to a universitywide email from Todd Warren, director of university police.LUPD will have an inspection station s...

Students celebrate the start of Advent and Hanukkah

Students celebrate the start of Advent and Hanukkah

Vanessa Alvarado

December 6, 2018

Students of different faiths gathered in the Peace Quad on Dec. 2 to celebrate the simultaneous start of Advent and Hanukkah Loyola kicked off these winter holidays by hosting an Advent Wreath Dropping and Hanukkah Candle Lighting in the Peace Quad on Dec. 2, 2018. The Advent Wreath Dropping, inspired...

Danna Center water cutting off on Dec. 17

Danna Center water cutting off on Dec. 17

Jc Canicosa

December 5, 2018

After students leave for Christmas break, the Danna Center is cutting off the water Dec. 17 due to plumbing work. Everything on campus will be closed on that day except for the C store.

Loyola to receive financial monitoring decision Dec. 11

Andrew Lang

November 30, 2018

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges will make a decision on Dec. 11 as to whether or not Loyola will be placed on financial probation and undergo a year of financial monitoring, according to an email sent to faculty and staff by Tania Tetlow, university president. Tetl...

Spring registration to temporarily close during winter break

Spring registration to temporarily close during winter break

Rose Wagner

November 29, 2018

In an attempt to incentivize undergraduate students to finalize spring registration plans early, the university will be temporarily closing registration on LORA Dec. 7 and reopening the process after winter break on Jan. 3, according to an email to faculty and staff from Maria Calzada, interim provost an...

Loyola students sleep outside to support youth shelter

Loyola students sleep outside to support youth shelter

Jc Canicosa

November 29, 2018

On a chilly 40 degree night in downtown New Orleans, Loyola students Sophie Trist and Alex Lucas slept on a sidewalk with cardboard box mattresses so homeless children would not have to. On Nov. 15, New Orleans’ Covenant House, a local youth shelter centered toward those affected by homelessness...

President Tetlow Inauguration Preview Show

President Tetlow Inauguration Preview Show

Amy Ngo, Jade Myers, and Kellie Sanchez

November 18, 2018

The Maroon Minute team produced a newscast previewing the historic events leading up to President Tania Tetlow's Inauguration Ceremony

Gallery: Loyola celebrates its 17th president

Gallery: Loyola celebrates its 17th president

Andres Fuentes

November 18, 2018

After days of anticipation, Loyola filed into the Holy Name of Jesus church to witness their 17th president take the helm of the university. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell; Tulane University President Michael A. Fitts, retired Xavier University Louisiana President Norman Francis, journalist C...

Gallery: Wolf Pack celebrates inauguration week with Tetlow Fest

Gallery: Wolf Pack celebrates inauguration week with Tetlow Fest

Andres Fuentes

November 16, 2018

    The University Programming Board hosted a festival fit for a president on Nov. 15. The festival was dubbed, "Tetlow Fest" in honor of Loyola President Tania Tetlow and her inauguration week. The festival was geared to give students an active role in the inauguration week fest...

Gallery: President celebrates Missioning Mass

Gallery: President celebrates Missioning Mass

Andres Fuentes

November 16, 2018

In New Orleans fashion, President Tania Tetlow second-lined out of the Missioning Mass on Nov. 15 after her uncle, Rev. Joseph Tetlow, preached the homily. The mass took place at Holy Name of Jesus church and kicked off the inauguration events for President Tetlow....

Oct. 24, 1997: Broken elevators raise tempers rather than people

Oct. 24, 1997: Broken elevators raise tempers rather than people

November 16, 2018

This article was written by Jocelyn Batiste on Oct. 24, 1997As Yolanda Evans stepped onto the elevator to go to her room on the eighth floor, she saw a strange sign: "Do not push fifth floor of Buddig. If you do, you will get stuck. (signed) RA (resident assistant) on duty."This sign was nothing new for h...

Presidential Inauguration Concert will honor the future of Loyola

Presidential Inauguration Concert will honor the future of Loyola

Anum Siddiqui

November 14, 2018

Loyola University President Tania Tetlow has joined with the College of Music and Fine Arts to put together an inauguration concert before she officially commits to the university, the concert will take place November 15 at 7:30 in the Louis J. Roussel Performance hall and open to the entire Loyola com...

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