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Domino’s to aid New Orleans’ pothole problem

Domino’s to aid New Orleans’ pothole problem

Andres Fuentes

September 11, 2018


Filed under City, Showcase, Worldview

Since May of 2010, the Crescent City has filled over 360,000 potholes. However, many cracks and crevices still exist throughout the city, reaping terror on pizza delivery drivers and their pizza pies. Domino's Pizza has stepped in to help combat the pesky pothole problem and bring about smoother roads...

Rite Aid closures could affect students

Rite Aid closures could affect students

Cody Downey

September 8, 2018


Filed under City, National, Showcase, Worldview

For many students, the local Rite Aid is seen as the source of goods that may be too expensive or unobtainable on campus. However, a recent change may cause the store to close. Following a buyout from competitor Walgreens last year, over 1,932 Rite Aids were bought out for a total of $4.37 billion....

Jesuit universities slowly losing Jesuit presidents

Jesuit universities slowly losing Jesuit presidents

Olivia Finger

September 7, 2018


Filed under National, Showcase, Worldview

Jesuit universities have a long history of ordained men as presidents; however, today many are shifting to lay presidents, a non ordained member of the church. Loyola University New Orleans has recently joined this trend by choosing their first lay female president, Tania Tetlow. Today there are twenty-eight...

Gulf Coast prepares for looming tropical storm

Gulf Coast prepares for looming tropical storm

Sam Lucio

September 2, 2018


Filed under City, Showcase, State, Worldview

As of this afternoon, the National Hurricane Center is issuing advisories on Potential Tropical Storm Seven. Tropical storm conditions are possible along the Gulf Coast from Tuesday night all the way through Wednesday. “I am in constant contact with all of our City agencies to ensure that they...

New hemp store hopes to help people with pain and opioid addiction

New hemp store hopes to help people with pain and opioid addiction

Haileigh Pellerano

September 1, 2018


Filed under City, Showcase, Worldview

A drug store on Magazine Street offers people suffering from opioid addiction, as well as other ailments, relief from their symptoms amid the growing opioid crisis.According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, in 2017, 115 people died to opioids such as heroin, and its much stronger synthetic cousin fe...

Nora Navra Library reopens after being destroyed by Hurricane Katrina

Nora Navra Library reopens after being destroyed by Hurricane Katrina

Sam Lucio

August 30, 2018


Filed under City, Showcase, Worldview

  Nora Navra Library, the last of six New Orleans libraries destroyed during Hurricane Katrina has finally reopened. Nora Navra Library officially reopened on Aug. 24 Located in the Seventh Ward on St. Bernard Avenue, Nora Navra, originally called Branch Nine, first opened in 1946 and ser...

Loyola law grad confirmed as Secretary of Veterans Affairs

Loyola law grad confirmed as Secretary of Veterans Affairs

Christopher Gilyard

August 27, 2018


Filed under National, Politics, Showcase, Worldview

Loyola law grad Robert Wilkie A'88 continues his military service as the new Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Wilkie was confirmed on July 23.Under his new title as “Secretary of Veterans Affairs,” Wilkie will provide services to the U.S veterans. This includes health care services, benefits progra...

3 dead in Jacksonville shooting

3 dead in Jacksonville shooting

Sam Lucio

August 26, 2018


Filed under National, Showcase, Worldview

According to the Associated Press, three people have died in a mass shooting during a Madden 19 tournament in Jacksonville, Florida on Aug 26.Among the three dead was the shooter, who Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams said authorities believe is David Katz, a 24-year-old male from Baltimore, Maryland....

Louisiana among top disaster relief spenders in United States

Louisiana among top disaster relief spenders in United States

John Casey

August 24, 2018


Filed under Showcase, State, Worldview

The state of Louisiana has seen its fair share of devastating natural disasters and, according to a recent study by MOVE.org, it's costing the state billions of dollars. In fact, the $11 billion that the state spent on property damage as a result of natural disasters over the past decade ranks second o...

Loyola and New Orleans prepare for peak hurricane season

Loyola and New Orleans prepare for peak hurricane season

Nicholas Toledo

August 21, 2018


Filed under City, Showcase, Worldview

The start of the school year comes with its own set of challenges. For one, going to school in New Orleans means preparing for Hurricane season and the challenges that come with it. Hurricane season is a part of campus culture, it’s something students new and old learn to face together. It is important...

Praise and fear surround Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination

Praise and fear surround Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination

Kyree Magee

August 19, 2018


Filed under National, Politics, Showcase, Worldview

On July 9, President Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace retiring Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court, a move which further divides the country politically and ideologically. A graduate of Yale Law School, Kavanaugh pledged to “interpret the constitution as written,...

NOPD and Louisiana State Police crackdown on summer crimes

NOPD and Louisiana State Police crackdown on summer crimes

Sam Lucio

August 16, 2018


Filed under City, Showcase, Worldview

New Orleans Police Department revealed results of a summer-long campaign called “Operation Summer Heat.” Operation Summer Heat began in early May and is part of NOPD’s ongoing narcotics roundup. As a result of Operation Summer Heat, NOPD has arrested 71 drug dealers, all of whom were arrested...

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