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Loyola’s greenhouse officially opens

Loyola’s greenhouse officially opens

Colleen Dulle

November 20, 2014


Filed under News, Showcase

Next semester, biology and environmental studies students will be reaching new heights with their research — literally. Thanks to a $250,000 donation from the Azby Fund, a new 3000-square-foot greenhouse facility was built on the roof of Monroe Hall last December. The Azby Fund Greenhouse facility, whi...

Give justice, not cynicism

Staff

November 20, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

There is a small brown box on the first floor of Bobet Hall. Have you seen it? It’s propped against the wall, next to the candy dispensers. That box has been there all semester, with but one request: that you fill it up with books. If you were to take the time to look into that box, you wouldn’t fin...

Students throw festival at historic Joy Theater

Students throw festival at historic Joy Theater

Melanie Potter

November 20, 2014


Filed under Life & Times, Showcase

Film, art and music come together in perfect harmony with the first ever NOLA Film, Arts and Music Fest. Conceived, developed, and organized entirely by a team of Loyola students and Joy Theater interns, FAM Fest is a multi-media experience featuring short films and music video screenings, live music an...

Loyola Lagniappe

Loyola Lagniappe

Chelsea Porche and Burke Bischoff

November 19, 2014


Filed under Showcase

Check out this week's Loyola Lagniappe with Burke Bischoff, Chelsea Porche, and some delicious Thanksgiving plates!

Legislation threatens ‘Hollywood South’ future

Andrew Leach

November 13, 2014


Filed under News, Showcase

It may still be a year away, but the Louisiana film industry will soon face a challenge that could ultimately decide whether the term “Hollywood South” could actually apply to Louisiana. Both Legislation 2015 and tax incentive-rivaling states are challenging whether or not Louisiana can remain on ...

Curing the wintertime blues

Curing the wintertime blues

Samantha Eroche

November 13, 2014


Filed under Life & Times, Showcase

Also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder, SAD is a type of depression that typically strikes in autumn and continues through winter. It is an ailment directly associated with the changing of seasons. Often this condition leaves people feeling moody, sad or lonely. No Loyola student should have to experien...

Face down on Freret

Face down on Freret

November 13, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

     As is tradition, Tulane hosted Loyola in the annual Battle of Freret. Also keeping with tradition, the Pack fell to the Green Wave 89-43. LEFT: Jalen Gray, management sophomore, jumps in an attempt to save the ball but fouled against a Tulane defender....

Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest is a popular option for Loyola graduates

Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest is a popular option for Loyola graduates

Katie Collier

November 13, 2014


Filed under Religion, Showcase

The holidays are rapidly approaching, which for seniors means an overwhelming amount of questions from family and friends about post-graduation plans. However, it is not essential to jump right into an office job. Rather, many seniors consider doing a year of service before settling down to an offi...

Loyola student arrested charged with attempted kidnapping

Colleen Dulle

November 11, 2014


Filed under News, Showcase

Julian Correa, Loyola accounting sophomore, was arrested Monday on charges of second-degree kidnapping and simple battery after a three-week investigation by New Orleans and Tulane police. Correa was accused of holding a female Tulane student at knifepoint near Snake and Jake’s Christmas Club Lo...

That old Voodoo magic

That old Voodoo magic

November 11, 2014


Filed under Life & Times, Showcase

 Zach Brien The 2014 Voodoo Music Experience, a three-day music festival, kicked off on Halloween at City Park’s brand-new festival grounds. Despite long lines and cold temperatures, attendees flocked to the festival grounds to see music on four different stages. National acts like the Foo Fighters, Arctic Monkeys, 30 Seconds to Ma...

Wolfpack Wrap Up

Wolfpack Wrap Up

Nick Ducote

November 4, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

In this week's Wolfpack Round Up, Nick Ducote talks about the last volleyball home game of the season and the start of basketball season.

Loyola Week practices Jesuit values: from Faith to Action

Davis Walden

October 30, 2014


Filed under Religion, Showcase

The annual Loyola Week is upon us. Nov. 2 to Nov. 7 will play host to a number of school spirit activities that remind students of Loyola’s core Jesuit and community values. A window-painting contest will kick off Loyola Week. The Danna Center windows will be painted with murals fitting this year...

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