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VIDEO: Outbursts at New Orleans city council meeting lead to three arrests

VIDEO: Outbursts at New Orleans city council meeting lead to three arrests

Spencer Cody and Sophia Maxim June 7, 2024

  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by The Maroon (@loyola_maroon) NEW ORLEANS (June 6, 2024) – Two...

Community policing credited as New Orleans crime drops

Community policing credited as New Orleans crime drops

Maria DiFelice, Breaking News Editor May 3, 2024

Of the three cities psychology junior Zoe Marceaux has lived in, New Orleans has always felt unsafe, she said. Marceaux isn't the only one who feels unsafe. In 2022, 53% of people in the U.S. believed...

Courtesy of Sophia Renzi.

Presentation for sexual assult support to occur

Violet Bucaro, Assistant News Editor May 1, 2024

“Who Can Help Them Now” is a presentation hearing with local representatives about initiating a task force for students of sexual assault. The presentation will take place on May 2 in Miller Hall 114...

(L to R) Steven Garner and Calvin Duncan embrace as Marcus Kondkar looks on. Garner and Duncan are former Angola inmates and were interviewed by Kondkar. Courtesy of Kathleen Flynn.

Professor shines light on life incarcerated

Elinor Upham, News Editor April 19, 2024

Sociology professor Marcus Kondkar said he thinks it is everyone’s basic civil responsibility to look at what is going on behind prison sentences and look at the people being put in prison. “I think...

The fifth Tulane Police Department station on Broadway and Zimpel, Aug. 22, 2023. A shooting that occurred at The Republic NOLA has sparked conversations about gun laws.

Republic NOLA shooting raises questions about gun legislation

Eloise Pickering, Worldview Editor April 18, 2024

Issues with violent crime and debates over concealed carry are pushed further into the spotlight of local and state politics following a shooting that took place late on the night of Sunday, April 14th...

LUPD police car. LUPD is testing out a new dispatch system.

LUPD sees success with new dispatch system

Maria DiFelice, Breaking News Editor April 12, 2024

After a month with the new dispatch system that the Loyola Police Department implemented this semester, Chief of Police Todd Warren said it’s going well. LUPD was previously partnered with Tulane...

Tulane police ensures student safety at college bars

Maria DiFelice, Breaking News Editor March 15, 2024

With the bustling nightlife around Tulane and Loyola, safety becomes a concern, Tulane Police Captain Anthony Dominguez said. Dominguez said his team has 24/7 patrolling from South Carrollton Avenue...

LUPD office with open sign on March 18, 2024. LUPD Lieutenant Patrick Martin aims to foster better relationships with the student body.

LUPD aims to build relationships with students

Maria DiFelice, Breaking News Editor March 8, 2024

The Loyola Police Department said they are working hard to create community and friendships with the students by not only building their skills in their department but educating students. Chief Todd...

LUPD police car. LUPD is testing out a new dispatch system.

LUPD gets new dispatch sytem

Maria DiFelice, Breaking News Editor March 1, 2024

The Loyola Police Department announced they will be getting a new dispatch system. Instead of partnering up with the Tulane Police Department, LUPD has partnered with the company Campus Dispatch, Chief...

Police truck drives through crowd of parade-goers on Feb. 16, 2023.

Students voice concerns over Mardi Gras safety protocols

Maria DiFelice, Breaking News Editor February 23, 2024

As Mardi Gras season came and went, LUPD braced for crime on campus, but none came, according to Loyola University Police Department Lieutenant Patrick Martin. With an uptick in population in and around...

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Broadway residents voice concern over attempted carjacking

Maria DiFelice, Breaking News Editor February 2, 2024

When popular commercial music junior Cason Cottrell woke up in her Cabra dorm to an email sent from Loyola university police department, she said the unsettling message raised more questions than answers. The...

Suspect wanted in attempted carjacking

Maria DiFelice, Breaking News Editor January 24, 2024

New Orleans Police they think they've found one of the people responsible for the attempted carjacking that occurred on Jan. 22. They are not able to release the name of the suspect because he is a minor,...

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