Since 1923 • For a greater Loyola

The Maroon

Since 1923 • For a greater Loyola

The Maroon

Since 1923 • For a greater Loyola

The Maroon

    Loyola monitors 2020 hurricane season

    The+front+of+the+Loyola+University+Police+Department.
    Cristo Dulom
    The front of the Loyola University Police Department.

    Loyola is monitoring tropical storm Cristobal, which is predicted to affect New Orleans Sunday and Monday, according to an email sent out by Loyola police chief Todd warren.

    Hurricane season, which began June 1, is expected to be more severe than others, the email said.

    Warren encouraged the Loyola community to stay informed, get ready, and remain vigilant in preparation for this year’s hurricane season.

    Warren suggested updating contact information in LORA and signing up for NOLA Ready, an emergency alert system that will issue messages to your personal device in the event of a citywide emergency, in preparation for this year’s hurricane season.

    Leave a Comment
    More to Discover
    About the Contributors
    Gabriella Killett
    Gabriella Killett, Managing Editor for Print
    Gabby Killett is a journalism junior who serves as The Maroon's Managing Editor for Print.
    Cristo Dulom
    Cristo Dulom, Managing Editor for Print
    Cristo Dulom is a senior majoring in English literature with a minor in mass communication at Loyola University New Orleans. He is currently serving as The Maroon’s Managing Editor for Print. In his free time, he enjoys a nice glass of wine and a book. You can contact him via email at  for any questions or concerns.

    Comments (0)

    All The Maroon Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *