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COLUMN: How to have a very college Christmas

Jackie Galli, Managing for Print December 1, 2022

The city is covered in lights galore. The music is blasting in every grocery store. No one can escape – Christmas is here once more. As a college student in New Orleans, and at Loyola in particular,...

M.U.S.E celebrates unity in movement

M.U.S.E celebrates unity in movement

Arianna D'Antonio, Worldview Editor November 27, 2022

M.U.S.E., directed by Loyola Theatre Arts and Dance faculty member Kai Knight, will make its debut Nov. 30 as an original movement piece inspired by individual and group conversations of six performing...

Steve Lacy performs at the Orpheum Theater for his Give You the World tour on Oct. 24. This is
Lacy’s first headlining tour.

REVIEW: Lacy has a “Bad Habit” and a big ego

Abigail Schmidt, Sports Editor November 21, 2022

After blowing up on Tiktok over the summer, every indie kid's favorite former-underground singer and producer Steve Lacy played a sold-out show at the Orpheum Theater in Downtown New Orleans. He was originally...

REVIEW: Pauline Hopkins Contending Forces should be leading the literary canon

REVIEW: Pauline Hopkins’ Contending Forces should be leading the literary canon

Gabriella Killett, Editor in Chief November 19, 2022

“Contending Forces” by Pauline Hopkins is a masterpiece – not in the same way or as much so as “Beloved” by Toni Morrison or “Things Fall Apart” by Chinua Achebe I would argue – but nonetheless,...

Courtesy of IMDb

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” review: Marvel’s emotional homage to the Black Panther legacy

Dajah Saul, Social Media Coordinator November 17, 2022

Editor's note: This review contains spoilers for Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” Marvel Studios once again delivers with the highly anticipated sequel to 2018’s Black Panther,...

Mia Day performs at Gasa Gasa in New Orleans on Nov. 11, 2022. Day is an up-and-coming artist that has garnered a reputation around Loyola for her work ethic, talent, and kind attitude.

Loyola musician Mia Day takes city by storm

Macie Batson, Senior Staff Writer November 17, 2022

Popular and Commercial Music Senior Mia Day has taken the Loyola community by storm with her ability to connect with so many on such a deep level. Many people recognize her for the vulnerability in her...

Courtesy of IMDb

“House of the Dragon: Season 1” review: The “Game of Thrones” successor presents itself with surpassing potential

Mia Oliva, Reviews Editor November 16, 2022

Editor's note: This review contains potential spoilers for HBO's "House of the Dragon".  Ever since the initial announcement of production briefly after its predecessor’s series finale, “House...

Courtesy of Pitchfork

“PLAYGIRL” review: The hyperpop fantasy of Lolo Zouai’s dreams

Dajah Saul, Social Media Coordinator November 16, 2022

French-Algerian singer Lolo Zouai recently debuted her sophomore album, PLAYGIRL, to the world, while continuously making her way through the music industry. Playing with sounds of hyperpop and smooth...

guy taking the order of another guy at food truck

Paddy Daddy chef provides more for his community than quality food

Devin Cruice, Maroon Minute Executive Producer November 15, 2022

On the corner of Lizzardo Street and Claiborne, Chef Jimmy King of Paddy Daddy is whipping up burgers, fresh potatoes, and a side of communal change. King has big plans for the future as he helps...

A student on a ladderdips a brush into a paint bucket held up by another student while volunteering.

LUCAP encourages student action in New Orleans community

Sydney Piglia, Staff November 14, 2022

From feeding homeless and low-income people on the third Saturday of every month at Crescent City Cafe, to helping rebuild homes in St. Bernard and Orleans parish through the St. Bernard Project, the...

Demi Lovato performing on their Holy Fvck tour on Nov. 1st at The Fillmore in New Orleans.

“Holy Fvck” album review: Demi Lovato says “Here We Go Again” by returning to their rock roots

Maleigh Crespo, Equity & Inclusion Officer November 13, 2022

In mid-August, Demi Lovato dropped their 8th studio album, “Holy Fvck,” with lead singles “Skin of my Teeth,” a tongue-in-cheek banger that references their 2018 overdose, and “Substance,”...

Mia Day performs at The Mushroom

Macie Batson, Senior Staff Writer November 12, 2022

Mia Day arrived in New Orleans for the first time as a freshman at Loyola, but she has rapidly carved out a name for herself both inside and outside of the university.  So much so that when it...

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