The Maroon

Editorial: Hurrication was not the complete Isaac experience

MAROON STAFF

September 6, 2012

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Hurricane Isaac has come and (finally) gone, after spending far too long brooding over us and throwing us into disarray. In its wake it has left a number of subjects worthy of complaint. Power outages frustrated our efforts ei...

Letter to the Editor: Treatment of Loyola RAs is exploitative

JORDAN HARBAUGH, JORDAN HARBAUGH, and JORDAN HARBAUGH

September 6, 2012

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It appears that Loyola's "Master Plan" isn't so masterful after all, or possibly its mastery lies in the exploitation of its hardest working employees - resident assistants. RAs do a huge amount of work to make Loyola's residential bui...

Editorial: Loyola solutions seem haphazard and delayed

Maroon Staff, Maroon Staff, Maroon Staff, and Maroon Staff

August 23, 2012

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As a new year begins here at Loyola, bringing with it the largest freshman class since Katrina, we are left with the question of where all these students are going to live. The shutdown of Cabra Hall has lowered Loyola's housing capacity by over 200 s...

Letter to the Editor: Boy Scouts’ policies are a disservice

DWAYNE FONTENETTE

August 23, 2012

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After a two-year study, the Boy Scouts of America reaffirmed its discriminatory membership policy this summer, continuing to exclude gays and lesbians from participation in the Scouting program. This decision both disheartens an...

Editorial: Residential Life should make solutions clearer

Maroon Staff

May 3, 2012

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Disputed as the residency requirement sometimes is, its intentions are noble: To create a genuine campus community. But at present, that requirement seems burdensome and indeed contradictory to the reality of campus life. Wi...

Letter to the Editor: Loyola has an obligation to provide care

Susan Baughman and Susan Baughman

May 3, 2012

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After reading Edward Seyler and Garrett Fontenot's opinion columns in the Maroon and in lieu of what is going on politically, women's health care needs to be addressed, and it needs to be addressed by a female. First and forem...

Editorial: Let’s make the most out of this summer break

Maroon Staff

April 25, 2012

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Constructing this editorial, and indeed this issue, was a major problem for us at The Maroon. As a whole, we are exhausted and burnt out, both on our responsibilities with the paper and at school. We are, even those of us wh...

Letter to the Editor: Barefoot living is neither sane nor sanitary

JOHN BICKLE

April 25, 2012

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Dear editor: Being from San Francisco, I'm no stranger to modern hippie culture. From dreadlock hair to facial piercings, uncleanliness in the name of non- conformity is nothing I haven't seen before. Yet, when I first ran across Loyo...

Editorial: Lack of SGA applicants suggests student apathy

Maroon Staff

April 19, 2012

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Applications for Loyola's Student Government Association election were due on Friday, April 10. Few students applied. Half the positions were not even initially filled. So who is the April fool? Is it the SGA, for whatever reason un...

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