The Maroon


Visual arts graphics senior Hope Henderson paints a detail on “MoWall” Monday, March 5. “MoWall” is the name given to the wooden partition fencing off construction of Monroe Hall that visual arts students designed over with grafitti art.


March 8, 2012

When visual arts professor Daniela Marx agreed to lead a team to design the newly constructed ...

Loyola students audition to be ‘MADE’

Loyola students audition to be 'MADE'


March 1, 2012

Valentine's Day might not have been the only thing that "made" an impression on Loyola's campus. On Feb. 14, students auditioned for MTV's "MADE" program in the Danna Center, thanks to the sponsorship of the Office of Co-Curricular Programs. "MADE" is an MTV program that helps people with a passionate interest ...

Tuck’s gone but not forgotten

The door opens to Friar Tuck’s Bar & Grill on Freret Street Wednesday Dec. 1, 2010. The establishment was shut down last January, forcing students to migrate to different bars in the Uptown area.


March 1, 2012

  Just over a year ago, Christiana Van Bree, political science and mass communication sophomore, was in her room getting ready to go to Friar Tuck's Bar and Grill when she heard that the bar had been closed for the night. The reason, Van Bree would later find out, was that 19-year-old Errol Joseph Me...

Mardi Gras Guide: After catching beads, find a great place to eat


February 9, 2012

The parade is over, the ice chest is empty and so is your stomach. Your feet can only take you so far, and your body needs one thing and one thing only: food, lots and lots of food.So where should you go? Depending on where you are, there are almost limitless options to serve your palate, whether it's a...

Mardi Gras Guide: Differences of local king cakes simplified


February 9, 2012

It's the great king cake debacle. Like every other great food unique to New Orleans culture, everyone has an opinion on which king cake is the best, whether it is the old school McKenzie's king cake, the super-sweet Haydel's king cake or the newer, flashier king cakes at Antoine's or Sucré. Bu...

Stay out of jail while partying this Carnival

Don't get BUSTED


February 9, 2012

Amid the sea of purple, green, and gold shirts and sequined hats this Mardi Gras season, don't forget to be on the lookout for the boys in blue. That's right, I'm talking about the police, and more specifically, how to avoid getting in trouble with them. As a college student living in New Orleans, ...

Finding a safe ride is not easy

Dawn Chae-Jiles  Street Smarts

Dawn Chae-Jiles Street Smarts

February 2, 2012

Many students arrive on campus in the fall without a car. For residents, the cost of parking on campus adds an additional $200 a semester to an already hefty tuition bill. So we're commonly told about all the other means of transportation: bikes, buses, cabs, Safe Ride and the streetcar line. Biking is...

University cuts two frat pledge seasons

HANNAH IANNAZZO Assistant News Editor

February 2, 2012

The university has canceled recruitment efforts of its two largest fraternities after university officials say they violated the rush policies. Phi Kappa Psi and Sigma Phi Epsilon will not be allowed to invite new members to join their fraternities this semester in a process known as rush. Pledge se...

Internet blackout affects all



January 26, 2012

January 18, 2012 was the most productive day I've had in the past year. I woke up with a gleam in my eye and a bright vision for the future. I completed all of my assignments for the week, exercised in the morning, had a healthy breakfast and called my grandmother. She's doing fine. I was looking t...

Tour the city, home of the wolf pack

The center of the Children’s Museum has become a symbol of the city of New Orleans. The museum is a place where people of all ages can go and enjoy the simplicities of childhood.


January 26, 2012

New Orleans stereotypes abroad could probably be summarized through the Mardi Gras trifecta of beads, boobs and booze. However, residents of the city know that the essence of New Orleans life is beyond that. It is wonderful to attend school in a place where the Voodoo shops are a few blocks from the ...

Loyola Greek life more close-knit

Mass Communication sophomore Jonathan Cepelak and general studies sophomore Charles Walsh walk together during the 2011 Greek Week events. Loyola students are offered leadership and friendship opportunities during rush.

KRISTEN HIMMELBERG Assistant Life and Times Editor

January 19, 2012

Jaycee Re, marketing senior and president of Sigma Phi Epsilon, came to college and missed the close, family-like bond he had in high school with his wrestling team, but it didn't take long until he found a replacement. At a sorority formal in the fall, he met a few members of Sigma Phi Epsilon and decid...

IFC hosts spring rush

By JADE DOMINGUE Contributing Writer

January 19, 2012

As fraternity rush begins this semester, graphic design freshman Noah Borer anticipates finding the right fraternity for him, new friends and role models. The Inter-Fraternity Council at Loyola will hold its annual rush this year from Jan. 22-31. Rush is a formal process for fraternities to meet pros...

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