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Robyn Caire tells the life of a Loyola lifeguard

Robyn Caire tells the life of a Loyola lifeguard

Shadera Moore

April 9, 2019

The first thing that hits you upon entering the West Road Garage is the scent of chlorine wafting in way up from the fifth floor. But according to Robyn Caire, “a lot of people don’t actually know that (Loyola) has a pool,” much less know about the students that protect its swimmers. Caire,...

Loyola announces Father Ted’s successor

Riley Katz

April 8, 2019

University President Tania Tetlow announced the successor to the Rev. Ted Dziak, S.J. in an email to the Loyola student body, staff and faculty.Following Dziak's pending departure on a year-long sabbatical, the Rev. Justin Daffron, S.J., will step into Dziak's position."Father Daffron bring a wealth of higher education administr...

Loyola endures bittersweet series with their first conference win of the year

Loyola endures bittersweet series with their first conference win of the year

Andrew Wellmann

April 8, 2019

It was another rough conference series for Loyola, as Blue Mountain College earned 23 total runs over the last-place Wolf Pack. However, a glimmer of hope came out of the three-game series with Loyola claiming their first conference win of the season. Loyola won Game 1, 5-1 at home and dropped Game...

Loyola launches Women’s Leadership Academy

Loyola launches Women’s Leadership Academy

Andrew Lang

April 8, 2019

When people picture leaders, many would picture a suit and tie. Loyola will be trying to change that image into one of a pantsuit too. Starting April 16 and running through Jan. 21, 2020, Loyola will host a series of courses designed to help develop and train female leaders. The Women’s Leadership...

Democrats prepare for 2020 election

Democrats prepare for 2020 election

Emma Ruby

April 8, 2019

Although the 2020 presidential election remains 19 months away, the rhetoric and energy surrounding the Democratic primaries have already begun to take center stage in political conversation. With an announced slogan of “Keep America Great!” Republican candidate, President Donald Trump seems to be...

Fall and winter sports boast their smarts

Fall and winter sports boast their smarts

Madison McLoughlin

April 8, 2019

*There has been a correction. Finance senior Ethan Turner has also won conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Loyola athletics prove the “dumb jock” stereotype wrong with their scholar awards. In total, 42 Loyola fall and winter athletes have been named to Southern States Athletic Conference ...

Loyola track and field set multiple records at the Spring Time Classic

Loyola track and field set multiple records at the Spring Time Classic

Andres Fuentes

April 7, 2019

Yet again, the Loyola track and field teams competed in an outdoor meet, shattering records all throughout.The Wolf Pack found great success at the Spring Time Classic, their second-to-last regular season meet.Popular and commercial music junior Tristin Sanders stole the show, breaking the school record in the women's 800-meter run for th...

Chandler Harmon helps take down No. 9 LSUA

Chandler Harmon helps take down No. 9 LSUA

Andres Fuentes

April 7, 2019

The No. 9 team in the country came to City Park to take on Loyola's women's tennis squad, marking the third straight match against a nationally ranked opponent.LSU-Alexandria brought a fight to the Wolf Pack's home court but it was a late-game effort by freshman Chandler Harmon that helped earn a narrow 5-4 victory.To kick off the match, the duo te...

Trash to Treasure: Audubon Aquarium aims to teach about ocean pollution with art

Trash to Treasure: Audubon Aquarium aims to teach about ocean pollution with art

Andres Fuentes

April 7, 2019

A toilet seat, car bumper, bleach bottles and flip flops are all items that can plague a marine environment, but the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas has such items on display as art pieces. The aquarium welcomed Angela Pozzi’s “Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea” series, which depicts sculptures...

Opinion: I grew up unvaccinated because of dangerous rhetoric

Opinion: I grew up unvaccinated because of dangerous rhetoric

Hannah Renton

April 7, 2019

Vaccines are an uncomfortable topic for me. When people bring them up, I usually stay quiet and avoid eye contact. It’s weird having to confess the fact I am mostly unvaccinated and then feel the wave of awkward silence and stares come over me. But it wasn’t always that way. Growing up in one...

Here’s the scoop on Loyola’s newest fashion club, A La Mode

Here’s the scoop on Loyola’s newest fashion club, A La Mode

Francesca Du Broca

April 6, 2019

The newly chartered fashion club A La Mode has nothing to do with ice cream. The club hopes to be a place to show off the creative style of Loyola students while establishing a space to discuss the latest trends in clothing. With the campus as their runway, A La Mode uses influences from fashion ...

Trump executive order to enforce free speech

Trump executive order to enforce free speech

Cody Downey

April 6, 2019

College campuses are known for an open exchange of ideas and expression, however, the question still is raised on whether it is like this for all students. On Mar. 21, President Trump signed an executive order to allow more free speech on college campuses. According to the executive order, it hopes...

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