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Editorial: People, not public officials, prevailed over the hurricane

The Maroon

August 28, 2013

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As we pass the eighth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, it is easy to focus on the good happening in the New Orleans community. For many residents and for the rest of the U.S., life in New Orleans has returned to normal. Travel + ...

Editorial: Students must direct Loyola in financial crisis

The Maroon

August 22, 2013

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Loyola's low enrollment numbers and rising tuition costs have come into light on both local and national stages. Both The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal have written articles within the last month about universities ac...

Editorial: The Loyola community stands with Boston

The Maroon

April 18, 2013

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Loyola's students come from all across this world. When in times of crisis, it is important to stand with our fellow students, united in our choice of education and in our values. When the bombs went off at the Boston Marathon, peopl...

Editorial: Appointments should only be temporary

The Maroon

April 18, 2013

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The new SGA executive board inherited some problems from the previous executors, and the short time frame for new elections to fill the Senate has forced them to resort to appointments. These appointments are not in a bad th...

Editoral: The Constitution is a living and evolving document

The Maroon

April 11, 2013

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Over the past few months, the question of rights has been everywhere. The rights of gun owners to possess and carry their weapons. The rights of people to not feel endangered by potential gun-wielding psychopaths. The rights of...

Letter to the Editor: Seek help for eating disorders

ANONYMOUS and ANONYMOUS

April 11, 2013

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Writing this column is hard as it makes me extremely vulnerable. There are certain people I care about that I wouldn't want to see this, and part of me hopes they never do. That is why I write this anonymously; hopefully there wi...

Editorial: Loans can be useful but must be handled with care

The Maroon

April 4, 2013

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Credit has made the middle class possible. It has allowed people with limited resources, but a steady job and a strong work ethic, to afford more - to start a business, to buy houses and cars and to attend school. Loans can be...

Editorial: The Maroon has a duty to speak up on major issues

Maroon Staff

April 2, 2013

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We at The Maroon strive to bring Loyola the most objective and unbiased coverage we can, and to bring as much light as we can to the circumstances on campus. Our role is to act as a mirror for Loyola and reflect it in all of...

Editorial: Students must be active to make their voices heard

The Maroon

March 20, 2013

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Students recently rebuffed certain parts of the controversial constitution proposed by the SGA, including the severe cutting of senator seats from the SGA. We at The Maroon were against these changes and applaud the Loyola student bo...

Letter to the Editor: SGA must be reformed for Loyola’s good

LYDIA NICHOLS and LYDIA NICHOLS

March 13, 2013

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On Thursday, March 14, our Student Government Association plans to hold an illegal election in the Danna Center based on the election policy outlined in a constitution that has yet to be ratified by our popular vote - and th...

Editorial: A message to SGA

The Maroon

March 13, 2013

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Dear members of SGA, this election is illegitimate. This election must be vacated and we, as a Loyola community, must start over. And this time, let's do this by the book, because if you want to change the constitution, at lea...

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