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Efforts continue to appease Doubles-to-Dorms

Eloise Pickering, Assistant News Editor September 22, 2023

“Stop Doubles to Dorms” is a lobbying slogan that has gained popularity throughout Uptown New Orleans, as houses built for families are being converted to accommodate large amounts of college students. Junior...

Analysis: Louisiana state elections draw near

Guélan Zaour September 15, 2023

Election day is less than two months away in Louisiana. On October 14, the Pelican State will vote in a myriad of elections that will decide the state's political identity for the next 4 years. These...

Mosquito fogger trucks bring potential harm

Mosquito fogger trucks bring potential harm

Eloise Pickering, Staff writer September 8, 2023

Louisiana’s hot and humid summers create the perfect breeding ground for disease-carrying mosquitoes, which are not just nuisances but can be deadly. Mosquitoes can carry serious viruses such as Zika,...

Loyola beats the heat

Loyola beats the heat

Brice Gutter September 8, 2023

It is no secret that the summer heat has been in full swing this year. In fact, this summer has actually tied the record for New Orleans’s all-time high-temperature record, reaching 102 degrees Fahrenheit...

Loyola police give safety advice

Loyola police give safety advice

Nadir Benslimane, Staff Writer September 1, 2023

As Loyola opens its doors this fall, there are concerns about the safety of both new and returning students. With these concerns in mind, Loyola University Police Department has offered several tips for...

Actors, writers, and supporters gather in front of Louis Armstrong Park for a SAG-AFTRA New Orleans Local demonstration, Aug. 24, 2023. The writers strike has been ongoing for several months since its start in July.

Local writers and actors rally for fair treatment

Jacob L'Hommedieu, Worldview Editor September 1, 2023

The air filled with the shouts and car horns of solidarity in front of Louis Armstrong Park last Thursday afternoon as over a hundred people rallied to show support for the ongoing writers’ strike. The...

The fifth Tulane Police Department station on Broadway and Zimpel, Aug. 22, 2023. The new station opened on Aug. 9, 2023 across the street from The Boot, a local hotspot and college bar.

Tulane Police opens station near The Boot

Ecoi Lewis, Content Editor August 25, 2023

The Boot has babysitters now, the Tulane Police Department. On the corner of Broadway and Zimpel, Tulane University Police opened their fifth substation on Aug. 9, 2023 - four years after The Maroon...

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.,...

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