The Maroon

Editorial: Loyola Greek life: a (Trojan) horse of a different color

September 8, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Op/Ed

By now, the old Greek life one-liners seem less witty and more cliche; “you shouldn’t have to buy friends” is not only inaccurate, but it’s also trite. With Primary Recruitment around the corner, it’s ti...

Editorial: Houston helped New Orleans once. Time to return the favor

September 1, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Op/Ed

With the effects of Hurricane Harvey on New Orleans being underwhelming and barely noticeable besides a few showers, it can be easy to forget the devastation those in Houston are facing right now and will face as a result of losing...

Loyola professors: take the time to correct your syllabus

Seán Brennan

May 3, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Op/Ed

The college syllabus: the holiest of university doctrines in the world of academia. As the universal how-to manual for school, every student at Loyola learns from their first week that, “when in doubt, check the syllabus.” Need...

Editorial: Seniors disappointed in lack of celebrations

Colleen Dulle

April 7, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Op/Ed, Showcase

Graduation is coming up soon, but for the class of 2017, it doesn’t feel like much of a celebration. Over the last four years, the senior class traditions have been quietly phased out. The words “100th Night” and “Loup...

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