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Editor’s note

Melanie Potter

April 8, 2015


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As the calendar inches closer and closer towards May 9, aka Graduation Day, aka “the first day of the rest of my life,” I reflect back on all that Loyola, and New Orleans as a whole, has given me. With this in mind, I’d like to stress the importance of our Loyola community that exists vibra...

Your personalized workout playlist

Your personalized workout playlist

Zayn Abidin, Staff Writer

March 20, 2015


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Let’s face it; working out can be a hard task. Gathering the strength to get up from your comfy couch and onto a treadmill is a dreaded thought for many. Most of us need something to motivate us into getting not only a beneficial, but rewarding workout. According to the Huffington Post, studies have...

“Me, myself, and Netflix”

Davis Walden

February 27, 2015


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When it’s time to kick back and relax after a long day of classes, Netflix is always there for you. You type in the famed web domain, the screen fills up with red, and you know what happens? You’re overwhelmed with choices. From hit TV shows, to the random show that one friend of yours keeps recomm...

New Year — same bad habits? Stick with your resolution

Starlight Williams

February 27, 2015


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As the countdown hits one, you have already voiced a thousand and one things you plan to achieve in the New Year. “I will lose weight.” “I will get all A’s in my classes.” “I will stop smoking.” The list goes on and on, and like the many who make their New Year’s resolution,...

Stress: and how to deal

Stress: and how to deal

Lauren Saizon

February 27, 2015


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With classes, jobs and extra-curricular activities filling up schedules, it’s no wonder why students often find themselves stressed out every now and again. According to a survey conducted by The Associated Press and MTV in 2009, eighty-five percent of college students feel stressed on a daily basis. Loyola...

The beauty in every “body”

Marie Simoneaux

February 27, 2015


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Every day, we hear “oh, they have a great body.” Well that’s nice, but does that mean there is such a thing as a bad body? To people who still think that, stop. There is no such thing as a bad body.  Bodies are the vessels that carry our beings from place to place. All bodies are good bodies —...

A curvy peace of mind

A curvy peace of mind

Mary Graci

February 27, 2015


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Within less than a year, Dana Falsetti went from senior music industry studies student to 12.1 thousand followers on Instagram for Curvy Yoga, @NolaTrees. Under the name NOLA Trees Yoga, Falsetti found more than just a means of exercise when she began her practice last May — she found a new lifestyle. “Honestly,...

Words of wisdom from Loyola alumnae

November 13, 2014


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French philosopher Denis Diderot says that "only passions, great passions can elevate the soul to great things."

Taking a gap year

Taking a gap year

Devinn Adams

November 13, 2014


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I understand that my education is a large investment and I do intend on making it a valuable one.

So, you’re not quite sure about grad school?

Raquel Derganz-Baker

November 13, 2014


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“Don’t wait for the perfect job, get a job and make it work for you,” Lisa Collins, visiting professor in the School of Mass Communications

Law school Q&A

Jack Vanchiere

November 13, 2014


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"Work hard and then work even harder. You will not regret it. Even though it will be stressful, try to enjoy it. It is a wonderful opportunity to attend law school, and time will fly by."

GRE : Defined and Decoded

November 13, 2014


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The GRE measures verbal reasoning, quantitive reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills.

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