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Cabra Hall stands on Loyola's Broadway Campus. The residency requirement that requires first and second year students to live on campus has been reinstated for next school year. Photo credit: Shadera Moore

Students react to reinstated residency requirement

Oliver Bennett March 7, 2021

As students plan for their next year at Loyola, first year students are having to adjust their housing plans after Loyola announced all underclassmen are required to live on campus next fall. The residency...

An empty court at the Loyola Sports Complex.

Students cite unmasked patrons at Loyola-hosted club volleyball tournament

Madeline Taliancich March 6, 2021

Cynthia Russell and Kylie Evans had planned to exercise together more this semester and, when they both had free time on Saturday, Feb. 27, decided to head to the Loyola Sports Complex. This wasn’t the...

The Gillis Long Poverty Law Center is illuminated by lamp light the night of March 1. Internships afforded to law students through the Center train them to represent clients who need financial support to navigate court. Photo credit: Shadera Moore

Law center focuses on service

Gabriella Killett March 6, 2021

Nestled between St. Charles Avenue and Broadway Street in New Orleans lives a place where people who don’t know where to go and those moved to help them can be found. The Gillis Long Poverty Center...

SGA candidates launch campaigns for 2021-2022 year

SGA candidates launch campaigns for 2021-2022 year

Rose Wagner March 5, 2021

The race for Loyola's new student government leaders has officially begun and three tickets are running for the positions of president and vice president of SGA. Deon Wilson, sociology junior and current...

SGA vice president Zontré City poses in front of Thomas Hall February 28. City said he plans to leave a legacy behind at Loyola. Photo credit: Shadera Moore

SGA VP Zontré City strives to leave behind a legacy at Loyola

Madeline Taliancich March 5, 2021

Despite his involvement in professional organizations, SGA Vice President Zontré City said mostly he loves seeing the people he loves laugh. He also loves watching a good movie, finishing a task and feeling...

SGA President Freedom Richardson elbow bumps HMA member Maryann Herrera at a student organization fair. Richardson said his life is motivated by service. Photo credit: Madeline Taliancich

Service inspires Freedom Richardson to serve his community

Domonique Tolliver March 5, 2021

SGA President Freedom Richardson was born in a family that has a dedication to service. Richardson said his father served in the Navy and his mother served in Operation Desert Storm and the Army under...

Marquette Hall stands tall on Loyola's campus at the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year. Photo credit: Alexandria Whitten

Fall semester will be in-person with full capacity classes

Rose Wagner March 5, 2021

Loyola plans to return to school in the fall with full capacity in-person classes, according to a university-wide email from University President Tania Tetlow. The email said the decision is informed...

A studio arts major draws in Monroe Hall.

Students and alumni react to cancelation of studio arts major

Valerie Cronenbold March 3, 2021

Loyola's decision to discontinue the studio arts major and fold it into the existing design program has polarized the opinions of many students and alumni. Earlier this spring, the School of Communication...

Homecoming 2021 chair Michaela Jones stands on Loyola's campus. Jones said she plans to bring Loyola together after a hard year for this year's homecoming. Photo credit: Michael Bauer

Homecoming 2021 hopes to unify Loyola

Jacqueline Galli March 3, 2021

Homecoming is set to bring together the Loyola community from a safe distance this spring, and senior homecoming chair Michaela Jones said she believes this is exactly what students need. Homecoming...

Gabrielle Garcia sits are her desk in her dorm room and creates music Feb. 1. Garcia is a Gilman recipient looking to further her musical theatre studies in South Korea this fall. Photo credit: Madeline Taliancich

Students get study abroad opportunities during COVID-19

Domonique Tolliver February 27, 2021

While many students’ dreams of studying abroad have been crushed this year, the Gilman scholarship is helping two Loyola students achieve that goal. The Gilman scholarship is intended to promote diversity...

Damali Thomas poses in the Den on Feb. 19. Thomas was announced as assistant athletic director for Wolf Pack Athletics on Jan. 20. Photo credit: Hannah Renton

Damali Thomas looks to lead as new assistant athletic director

Jillian Oddo February 26, 2021

Loyola's new assistant athletic director Damali Thomas is a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to sports administration. Before she made the move to the Big Easy, Thomas had an array of jobs in sports...

Senior Will Ingram works in the podcast studio of the fourth floor of the communications/music complex. Ingram is a student of the school of communication and design which is in the process of finding a new director.

School of Communication and Design begins new director search

Gabriella Killett February 24, 2021

Loyola has started its search for a new director of the School of Communication and Design after the last director, Sonya Duhé, left Loyola and lost out on another job offer amid allegations of racism...

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