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Humans of Loyola: Noël Anderson’s passion is casting students’ future

Humans of Loyola: Noël Anderson’s passion is casting students’ future

Sofia Santoro

December 4, 2019

Noël Anderson is a motion graphics professor who grew up in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from SCAD in Savannah, Georgia. Her family is from New Orleans and has family roots that go all the way back to the 1800s. She currently lives with her husband, who is in a similar field, and her puppy. Who a...

Review: “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” sticks to the status quo

Review: “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” sticks to the status quo

Rae Walberg

December 2, 2019

As a new addition to the slew of streaming services, Disney+ plays on members' nostalgia from their time being Disney kids. The Gen-Z cult classic, “High School Musical," is one of these beloved, heavily romanticized films. The movie debuted on Disney Channel Jan. 20, 2006 with Zac Efron and Vanessa...

Review: Don’t underestimate the power of ‘The Mandalorian’

Review: Don’t underestimate the power of ‘The Mandalorian’

Sam Lucio

November 25, 2019

The recent launch of Disney’s foray into the streaming universe, Disney+, has brought a plethora of Disney classics and once forgotten movies and TV shows that I began to think only ever existed in my mind back into the forefront. Along with the back catalog of Disney content, Disney is also creating...

Review: Disney+ provides an interesting addition to the streaming service competition

Review: Disney+ provides an interesting addition to the streaming service competition

Cody Downey

November 25, 2019

If the streaming service competition between companies such as Netflix and Hulu were an actual body of water, Disney+ would be the waterfall that leads into a way bigger river. The new service stands out from its competitors with a combined sense of nostalgia and exclusivity. Unlike other services,...

“Doctor Sleep” shines on introspection and nostalgia

“Doctor Sleep” shines on introspection and nostalgia

Ver Lumod

November 22, 2019

“Doctor Sleep” is a bracingly contemplative horror film that manages to make its case for being a worthy sequel to both Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining." The film focuses on Dan Torrance, played by Ewan McGregor, as he eventually overcomes his trauma from the h...

Review: The Jonas Brothers in concert is the comeback you’ve been waiting for

Review: The Jonas Brothers in concert is the comeback you’ve been waiting for

Emma Ruby

November 20, 2019

After their 2013 break up that rocked the musical world of every teen girl and a six year hiatus following, the Jonas Brothers are back and possibly better than ever before. Playing hit after hit, new and old, the Jonas Brothers rocked the Smoothie King Center on Nov. 12, 2019. Before the show had...

Student veterans camouflage with the Wolf Pack

Student veterans camouflage with the Wolf Pack

Rae Walberg

November 18, 2019

Veterans walk the same halls and take the same classes, but their previous careers remains unknown to most students. Mass communication junior Chris Gilyard believes students fail to acknowledge veterans because they don't have a strong presence on campus. “I don’t think that really students...

New Orleanians reimagine 1811 slave revolt

New Orleanians reimagine 1811 slave revolt

Breanna Henry and Andres Fuentes

November 14, 2019

Sadness, pain, weariness and pride were all painted on the faces of marchers in the Slave Revolt Reenactment. Everyone had a different feeling as they set off for Congo Square on Nov. 8, 2019, but their chants were unified under one word: freedom. The reenactment was the latest creation from ar...

Puzzle Answers 11/15/19

November 14, 2019

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Humans of Loyola: Jenna McSwain finds inspiration in the college setting

Humans of Loyola: Jenna McSwain finds inspiration in the college setting

Sofia Santoro

November 12, 2019

Jenna McSwain, popular and commercial music professor, finds inspiration in the college setting.When and why did you want to go into music education? And why in the college setting?When I was in college, I did not think I wanted to be a teacher. I wanted to play. Teaching wasn’t a strength at al...

Big Easy Con serves as a playground for cosplayers

Big Easy Con serves as a playground for cosplayers

Cody Downey

November 9, 2019

While many people at Big Easy Con were there to see the celebrities, comic book artists and collectibles, the thing that they couldn’t help but look at were the people in costumes: cosplayers. Cosplaying is when fans show their appreciation for their favorite characters by dressing up as them...

Puzzle Answers 11/8/19

November 7, 2019

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