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“jeen-yuhs” review: Yeezy season approaching

Brooklyn Joyner, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

When I first found out about Netflix releasing “jeen-yuhs,” the latest documentary about Kanye West that first premiered at Sundance this year, you better believe I immediately set a reminder to watch...

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“Everything Everywhere All At Once” review: An indie guide to the multiverse

Ver Lumod May 9, 2022

A24 and director duo Daniels (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert) take on the multiverse in the sci-fi action comedy “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” a cinematic juggernaut of epic proportions that...

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“Euphoria: Season 2” review: Everyone’s looking for a cause and effect

Mia Oliva, Reviews Editor May 6, 2022

After its series premiere back in 2019, the second season of Sam Levinson’s American teen drama “Euphoria” was highly anticipated by audiences. “Euphoria” is a series that both confronts and...

Festival goers wander past Jazz Fests Festival Stage May 1, 2022.

Loyola students and faculty take on Jazz Fest

Brendan Heffernan May 5, 2022

As the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage festival made its return to the city over the weekend, a few Loyola students and professors were among the hundreds of musicians who took the stage. Ten professors...

Performers play trumpet and saxophone during a second line parade at Jazz Fest Sunday May 1, 2022.

Loyola students enjoy Jazz Fest’s return

Artie Bennett, News Editor May 5, 2022

After a two-year hiatus, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival returned to the city, bringing back the music and sending Loyola students flocking to the fairgrounds. “I think just being...

Students wait for a film screening to begin at the Crescent City Film Festival April 22, 2022.

Crescent City Film Fest returns to Loyola

Maleigh Crespo, Op/Ed Editor May 2, 2022

The Crescent City Film Festival, an annual film fest hosted by Loyola’s filmmaking program, made its fourth year of production the weekend of April 22. Showrunners Adam Sekuler, Loyola professor and...

(File photo) Jazz Fest fans enjoying the music at the Congo Stage on Sunday, March 29th, 2018. The Jazz and Heritage Festival takes place at the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots, but was cancelled this year due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Staying safe at Jazz Fest

Jackie Galli, Sports Editor April 30, 2022

The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is back after a two-year absence caused by the ongoing pandemic. According to the Jazz Fest health and safety page, the festival will be following all local...

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Review: “Turning Red” doesn’t deserve the hate

Addison Laird, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

Pixar’s latest movie “Turning Red” has faced a great deal of controversy from the moment the first teaser trailer appeared online. From parents to film critics, it seemed to be making everyone on...

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“X” review: A fresh, provocative take on slasher films

Adam Seal April 29, 2022

Horror director Ti West’s latest entry “X” is an enjoyably grisly and foxy homage to 1970s slasher flicks that will leave audiences’ jaws glued to the floor. Set in 1979, a gang of amateur filmmakers...

A visitor to the Whitney Plantation in Southeast Louisiana admires a memorial statue April 25, 2022.

Advocates rethink antebellum tourism

Domonique Tolliver, Life and Times Assistant April 29, 2022

As the city of New Orleans moves to change the names of streets and buildings that honor Confederate figures, the image of the antebellum South still lingers within plantations across the state.   Dozens...

Man plays trumpet at French Quarter Festival

French Quarter Fest returns to New Orleans

Parker Boyd, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

French Quarter Festival returned to New Orleans for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The last French Quarter Festival took place in April 2019.  Michigan resident Alexander Henry...

The cast of Everyone and Everything rehearses ahead of the shows premiere April 19, 2022.

“Everyone and Everything” debuts in Lower Depths Theater

Arianna D'Antonio April 25, 2022

The Loyola Department of Theatre Arts and Dance premiered an original piece entitled “Everyone and Everything” April 21 in Loyola’s Lower Depths Theater. This piece, devised by Professor Helen Jaksch...

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