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“Colin in Black and White” review: The truth of being biracial

Maleigh Crespo, Staff Writer December 14, 2021

Netflix’s latest limited series “Colin in Black and White” is an inside look into the life of former NFL player Colin Kaepernick in a non-traditional upbringing as a mixed race child and how that...

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“House of Gucci” review: Not all that glitters is gold

Ella Cheramie, Life and Times Assistant December 12, 2021

Ridley Scott’s latest film “House of Gucci” proves that excess is overrated. Even with its $75 million budget, illustrious locations spanning from Milan to New York, an exorbitant runtime of 2 hours...

Mel Dunnuck holds a copy of her debut book Mantras, Meditations, and Math Nov. 1, 2021 in Monroe Library.

Student writers publish their work

Brendan Heffernan, Managing Editor for Digital December 11, 2021

Beneath the oak trees and high brick walls of Loyola’s picture book campus you’ll find many students working to build careers writing stories of their own. Loyola provides students interested in...

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Watch and Stream: December 10

Ver Lumod, Reviews Editor December 10, 2021

School is over for the year, and now it’s time to wind down for the Christmas season. Here are the latest releases to watch and stream this week. West Side Story Steven Spielberg directs the...

New Orleans lights up for December

New Orleans lights up for December

Artie Bennett, Op/Ed Editor December 9, 2021

With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to start enjoying all of the seasonal cheer that the city has to offer. Local favorites have returned this year, spreading holiday joy throughout the...

Crimonology senior Raquel Zumeata stands by her sculptures in the studio arts critique space in Monroe Hall Nov 9. Zumeata is a student in a sculpture class that uses Loyolas wood and metal shops to create; students and professors hope sculpture continues when studio arts merges with design.

Art students benefit from Loyola’s sculpture spaces

Gabriella Killett, Managing Editor for Print December 8, 2021

Students and professors in Loyola’s studio arts program hope sculpture can thrive in its new department once the major merges with the graphic design program within five years. Art professor Sara...

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“Last Night in Soho” review: A stylish and dizzying nightmare

David Culotta December 7, 2021

Over the years, Edgar Wright has become known for his highly stylized, meticulously edited, and incredibly quirky films. His latest film “Last Night in Soho” is no exception. Wright has predominantly...

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“Spencer” review: How ambiguity allows for truth

Ella Cheramie, Life and Times Assistant December 6, 2021

“A fable from a true tragedy,” reads an inscription at the beginning of Pablo Larraín's “Spencer.” The line between real and imagined is blurred in the fictionalized biopic. It is hard to separate...

Teddy Shmoo Tietze poses with his guitar in his room last month. Tietze has more than ten thousand streams for his self-titled album he just released. Courtesy of Paulette Argeres.

“Shmoo” breaks through New Orleans music scene

Ella Cheramie, Life and Times Assistant December 2, 2021

Music industry and trumpet performance junior Teddy Tietze, also known by his stage name “Shmoo,” said he came to Loyola without ever writing popular music. He didn’t know how to record until freshman...

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Watch and Stream: December 3

Mia Oliva, Assistant Reviews Editor December 2, 2021

With finals season among us, it's important to prioritize self care. What better way to do so than by unwinding and watching a film or TV series? Here are the latest releases to watch and stream this week. Money...

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“Dune” review: A brave new (spice) world

Ver Lumod, Reviews Editor November 16, 2021

When I first heard about Denis Villeneuve adapting Frank Herbert’s novel “Dune” for the big screen, I became anxiously excited. I had seen his previous film “Blade Runner 2049,” an exceptional...

Chloe Russo (second from right) plays Janet Weiss in a performance of Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Prytania Theater.

Halloween Rocky Horror Picture Show returns to New Orleans

Emma Ruby, Staff Writer November 15, 2021

Chloe Russo did not spend Halloween night trick-or-treating, or bar hopping on Frenchman Street. Instead, Russo spent the holiday on stage, dancing to the time warp as a member of the Prytania Theater’s...

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