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Myles Burns dribbles the ball against Benedictine University at Mesa at Devlin Fieldhouse on March 11, 2022.

Former Loyola athlete opens up about mental health struggles

Eve McFarland, Staff Writer April 30, 2023

Myles Burns, a part of the team at Loyola that won the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Men’s Basketball Championship last year and named MVP of the National Tournament his senior year...

Gio Vantello (left)and Julian Weinheimer (right) play guitar at a house show

Loyola artist Juleser hosts a release party for new EP

Mia Oliva, Reviews Editor April 27, 2023

Music industry sophomore Jules Weinheimer, artistically known as Juleser, released his first EP subsequent to his debut single “Oami” from last fall. While he was raised in Little Rock, Arkansas...

group of people at French Quarter Fest, walking downtown

French Quarter Fest celebrates its 40th year

Gabrielle Korein, Photo Editor April 20, 2023

French Quarter Festival celebrated its 40th year with a bang. Every year the free festival attracts thousands from across the New Orleans area and beyond. This annual festival takes place all around the...

Tired Eyes performs outside at a house show.

Tired Eyes hopes to wake up Loyola with fresh music

Abigail Schmidt, Life and Times Editor April 20, 2023

Tired Eyes is a brand-new girl group ready to break into Loyola’s music scene. What started as a running joke between two freshmen roommates became a real-life band by their sophomore year.  “I...

New members of L.OV.E. being inducted in Nunemaker auditorium on March 26. The organization inducted nearly 30 new members.

L.O.V.E. provides a safe space for women of color

Maleigh Crespo, Design Chief April 13, 2023

The experience of being both Black and a woman are unique, so having a space and community for them is invaluable, according to mass communication senior and L.O.V.E. President Tori Hardy. L.O.V.E.,...

Negina Khalili talks to students and faculty at the International Womens Day event on March 8.

Loyola law makes new home for Afghani human rights activist

Brendan Heffernan March 21, 2023

Negina Khalili has made standing up for Afghanistan’s women and girls her life’s work. As the first female prosecutor from her home province in Afghanistan, she used her position in the country’s...

Rocky Leonard singing at a performance.

Loyola vocalist learns self-love through music

Violet Bucaro, Copy Editor/Staff Writer/Photographer February 16, 2023

Loyola vocalist learns self-love through music “Music is healing” Loyola popular and commercial music senior and vocalist Rocky Leonard said music was one of the only ways she was able to recover...

Photo of swimmer and history pre-law major Harvey Quiddington is pictured at the University Sports Complex pool.

Wolf Pack swimming welcomes British talent who’s rewriting record books

Brendan Heffernan February 15, 2023

When Harvey Quiddington stepped onto Loyola’s campus for the first time last summer, he’d already competed at the highest levels of British amateur swimming. But as he got settled into his dorm, Quiddington...

Aniya Teno works on music in a Loyola studio.

A new face is rising in Neo-Soul and modern R&B

Sofia Luciano, Life and Times February 9, 2023

Known by their fans for their sweet and tender melodies, Aniya Teno has captured the soul and attention of those who listen to their music. The Loyola music industry junior from New Iberia, Louisiana...

Albert Dupont accepts the St. Sebastian Award at the 2023 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Jan. 28, 2023.

The man behind the scenes

Arianna D'Antonio, Senior Staff Writer February 3, 2023

The technology coordinator and instructor for the College of Music and Media, Albert F. Dupont, Jr, was given the St. Sebastian award by Wolf Pack Athletics, to which one of his student employees, Julia...

EDITORIAL: Who should lead the pack?: What we want to see in Loyolas next president

EDITORIAL: Who should lead the pack?: What we want to see in Loyola’s next president

Jacob L'Hommedieu, Op/Ed Editor December 11, 2022

With finals and the end of the fall semester approaching, it's easy to lose sight of the university's ongoing search for its next president. Since Tania Tetlow’s move to Fordham University as its...

OPINION: No, the customer is not always right

OPINION: No, the customer is not always right

Macie Batson, Senior Staff Writer December 10, 2022

Today's service workers are increasingly being treated like crap. Why? To me, it appears that there is a power struggle going on, in which customers, particularly those who have never worked in customer...

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