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CASA e-board members with musician, Pell, after Black Professionals Panel on Nov. 17th.

Caribbean and African Student Association highlights the Caribbean population on campus

Angel Martinez, Staff Writer November 25, 2022

The Loyola Caribbean and African Student Association was founded in 2021 with the aim to increase diversity and representation on campus. “One of our main goals is to provide students of African or...

Francis Family Hall. Ashlyn Bobb Collins/The Maroon.

Residential Life shares options for extended living

Ava Acharya, News Editor November 22, 2022

Although student residential halls will be closed from Dec. 16 to Jan. 15, students have the option to continue living in their residence halls during this time period, according to Jay Davis, Loyola’s...

The Rev. Justin Daffron, S.J. stands in front of his bookshelf in his office on Feb. 14, 2021. Daffron is interim president after former president Tania Tetlow left the position in the summer of 2022.

University updates community on the search for a new president

Kloe Witt, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

Robert LeBlanc, chair of the presidential search committee at Loyola said last week that the presidential search website is now up and includes information about the university leader’s position, the...

A mom and daughter stand side-by-side wearing volunteer shirts.

Alumni host food drive to fill Iggy’s Cupboard

Jackie Galli, Managing for Print November 18, 2022

Canned goods, pasta, and peanut butter: these were the main donations that came into Iggy’s Cupboard during Loyola’s national day of service, said Loyola finance and accounting junior Ariana Calamia. The...

A older couple sits outside in the sun. They look happy.

Scholarship offered to Loyola’s Environmental Justice Scholars

Alexandra Martinez, Staff Writer November 16, 2022

Loyola’s newly developed Environmental Justice Scholars Program recently announced five outstanding students on campus who will be receiving stipends for their work in environmental justice. The stipends...

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Student Employment announces it will be increasing work study wages effective January

Macie Batson, Senior Staff Writer November 15, 2022

Loyola announced Tuesday morning that work study wages will rise to up to $13 an hour starting at the beginning of 2023. On-campus work study will be increased to $10 per hour from $7.25, and community-based...

Illustration of the Fall 2022 Maroon staff. 

Top row: Michael Giusti, Devin Cruice, Anna Hummel, Patrick Hamilton, Gabriella Killett, Gabrielle Korein, Jacob L’Hommedieu, Arianna DAntonio, and Abigail Schmidt. Bottom row:  Macie Batson, Domonique Tolliver, Maleigh Crespo, Jackie Galli, Sofia Luciano Santiago, and Ava Acharya. Not Pictured: Dajah Saul, Isabella Kelley, Alexis Parrino, Sophie Bornefeld, Monica Basilio, Ashley Jean-Louis, Addison Laird, and Maria DiFelice

Loyola’s award-winning newspaper, The Maroon, turns 99

Macie Batson, Senior Staff Writer November 15, 2022

The Maroon has worked diligently to be a voice for the university since 1923, all while shaping and equipping hundreds of young journalists to become accomplished professionals. The Maroon has been serving...

Two people working in Loyola Universitys Office of the Registrar.

New Office of Registrar to have limited effect on students

Kincaid Leger, Staff November 15, 2022

The office previously known as the Office of Student Records has been renamed the Office of the Registrar, according to an email sent out by Tanuja Singh, Loyola’s provost and senior vice president of...

A person wears a sticker on their chest which reads Students (heart) dining staff, Union Yes!

Sodexo workers move to unionize

Maria DiFelice, Asst News Editor November 11, 2022

Editors Note: Comments from Loyola's administration were received after this article was published, both in print and digitally. Comments from Patricia Murret, Loyola's Associate Director of Public Affairs,...

Medical practice mannequins laying on hospital beds Loyolas new simulations lab.

Nursing program gains new simulation lab

Ashley Jean-Louis, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

Loyola and Ochsner have created a new state-of-the-art simulations lab for nursing students on campus this semester after two years of planning, according to Dr. Cherie Burke, department head of the School...

A students hand rests on a laptop as they log into LORA self service.

Syllabi missing from LORA Self-Service as registration begins

Ava Acharya, News Editor November 7, 2022

Loyola’s new records system, LORA Self-Service, currently has no option for students to view course syllabi. Students are now left confused, as they are unable to properly evaluate courses before...

Medical Marijuana in a prescription bottle sits on a psychadelic table beside some rolled joints

UCC starts poster campaign on cannabis use disorder

Breanna Henry, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

The University Counseling Center did a survey that’s nationally administered to colleges throughout the U.S. to get a sense of what substances college students are using. The survey found the number...

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