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Tenants sue in discrimination lawsuit

Tenants sue in discrimination lawsuit

Jc Canicosa

September 21, 2018


Filed under City, Showcase, Worldview

Unlike the typical annoyances of New Orleans, such as living like cockroaches or broken air conditioners, several Uptown tenants say they have dealt with a much bigger pest, their landlord. Jerry Kelly Jr. is being sued by the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center and accused of illegal sex-based...

Athletes come from all four corners of the map

Athletes come from all four corners of the map

Andrew Lang

September 21, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Business management freshman Kerem Tanpolat never set foot on campus before he decided to come to Loyola. Tanpolat’s research was limited to reading about the school and watching clips of the campus on YouTube. Tanpolat, a member of the golf team, is from Istanbul, Turkey.Loyola’s sports te...

SGA town hall brings attention to student issues

SGA town hall brings attention to student issues

Madison Mcloughlin

September 20, 2018


Filed under Academic, Finance, News, Showcase, Student Government

After a year of budget cuts and student-service rollbacks, SGA hosted a town hall on Sept. 18 to address student grievances about how the university’s financial situation has affected the student experience. The town hall was centered on the topics of food insecurity, work study, library hours and...

Loyola students exercise free speech through giant graffitied beach ball

Loyola students exercise free speech through giant graffitied beach ball

Emma Ruby

September 20, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Loyola students found themselves bemused by a giant beach ball of free speech that bounced around the Peace Quad throughout the afternoon on Sept. 19. The ball came to campus two days after the nationally recognized Constitution day on Sept. 17. Jazz studies sophomore Joey Laborde was immediately...

Andrew Harper is bugging about his senior thesis

Andrew Harper is bugging about his senior thesis

Tess Rowland

September 20, 2018


Filed under Life & Times, Lifestyle, Showcase

From the New Orleans Museum of Art to amusement rides, there is an array of attractions for an avid fan of City Park. But for one Loyola senior, it's not the paddle boats or the train ride that draws his interest; it's long, winged insects. Andrew Harper, environmental science senior, will host a...

Loyola Center for Entrepreneurship receives a $1.5 million donation

Loyola Center for Entrepreneurship receives a $1.5 million donation

Jc Canicosa

September 19, 2018


Filed under Finance, News, Showcase

Loyola received a $1.5 million donation on Tuesday, Sept. 18 from an anonymous donor that will go toward the Loyola Center for Entrepreneurship, according to a press release from Loyola University New Orleans. The money will pay to expand the Loyola Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Developme...

Gallery: These Shining Lives undergoes tech week

Gallery: These Shining Lives undergoes tech week

Sidney Ovrom

September 18, 2018


Filed under Arts, Life & Times, Photography, Showcase, Theater

Loyola's production of These Shining Lives had a dress rehearsal on Sept. 15 during their technical week. Students in the play are preparing for opening day on Sept. 20. According to the University Newsroom, "The production dramatizes workplace hazards in 1920s Illinois and explores the politi...

Tetlow announces balanced budget for fiscal year 2019

Tetlow announces balanced budget for fiscal year 2019

India Yarborough

September 17, 2018


Filed under Administration, Finance, News, Showcase

Loyola University's budget for the current fiscal year, Aug. 1 through July 1, 2019, is now balanced, according to an email sent Monday to faculty and staff by Tania Tetlow, university president. The budget was balanced through a process that included 62 percent new revenue and a 38 percent reduction...

Top five dates that don’t break the bank

Top five dates that don’t break the bank

Jacob Meyer

September 15, 2018


Filed under Food, Photography, Showcase, The Wolf

College is hard. Dating is harder. Don’t mistake 50-Cent Night or Wine Wednesday for a night out on the town. If you need a romance that doesn’t leave you emotionally and financially broken, then look no further. I’ve got five simple dates that will save you money and prepare you for potential...

Meet the Tulane & Loyola skateboarders

Meet the Tulane & Loyola skateboarders

Kaylie Saidin

September 15, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photography, Showcase, The Wolf

In every urban city, skaters and skateboard culture can be found. Despite New Orleans’ decrepit roads and bountiful potholes, the members of the community still find a way to do what they love. Anyone who's been to Loyola or Tulane’s campus has seen the skateboarders near the infamous “wall...

Loyola sports experiences highs and lows in recent events

Loyola sports experiences highs and lows in recent events

Andrew Lang

September 14, 2018


Filed under Golf, Showcase, Sports, Tennis, Volleyball

A busy weekend and start to the week for the Wolf Pack as the volleyball team, men’s golf team and the women’s tennis team all competed. It was a mixed bag as the volleyball team came out with four wins and one loss. Men’s golf had a tough time against mostly NCAA competition finishing...

The Wolf horoscopes for the soul

The Wolf horoscopes for the soul

Osama Ayyad

September 14, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Showcase, The Wolf

Leo (July 22 – Aug. 23) You may question your natural “joie de vivre” and self-confidence as you approach this new chapter in your life, don’t. It’s okay to shut out people if they are too much for you. Stay away from confining spaces, wet weather and embrace the Louis...

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