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Editorial: Freshmen have much to learn

September 22, 2011

As the university ushers in its largest class since Katrina, a fresh horde of students must become accustomed to the ins and outs of Loyola and New Orleans at large. Getting acclimated to newfound freedom in a city as dynamic as...

Editorial: Meal plan requirement is disservice to students

by Editorial Board

September 15, 2011

Any student whose first visit to Loyola occurred during Jazz Brunch or the President's Open House likely believes that everyday fare at the university includes smoked salmon, fresh crawfish and gourmet pastries. A few meals in...

Editorial: Res Hall drug searches adhere to letter of law

Editorial Board

September 8, 2011

While Loyola's guidelines for searching dorm rooms on the suspicion of illicit drug use may generate much controversy around campus, the policies are a valid and reasonable exercise of the university's authority. Loyola is well w...

EDITORIAL: Bin Laden’s death ends an era

The Maroon

May 6, 2011

On the night of May 1, 2011, more than 56.5 million Americans turned their attention to the television as President Barack Obama announced the death of Osama bin Laden. That day, the decade-long quest for bin Laden ended in a ...

EDITORIAL: Wedding bells sound too loudly

The Maroon

May 6, 2011

Since Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their engagement in November, they have monopolized the attention of individuals worldwide. More significantly, the festivities dominated the news cycle, stealing headlines le...

EDITORIAL: An inconvienient break results in a lack of motivation

Maroon Editorial Board

April 28, 2011

Lethargy, a lack of focus and laziness have been common among students this week. Even though finals and graduation are days away, the Easter break interrupted the drive needed to continue. Easter is one of the few times dur...

EDITORIAL: Graduate students lack representation throughout campus

The Maroon

April 14, 2011

Graduate students: who are they? We realized that we didn't know the answer to that question, nor do we feel the university as a whole does. The issue was raised after the conclusion of this year's Student Government Associati...

EDITORIAL: The Maroon endorses Morin for SGA president

The Maroon

April 7, 2011

Michael Morin knows what he's getting himself into. It is hard to say the same about his competitor, John Beverstock. Morin, music education senior, is a better Student Government Association president. He currently serves as...

Editorial: There’s still time for change

The Maroon Editorial Board

June 17, 2009

You voted. Now here's another chance to participate in public policy that affects you. If you don't agree with potential changes, do something about it. Contact your district representative.Below is a list of some bills working t...

Editorial: Stay engaged during summer

The Maroon Editorial Board

June 17, 2009

With the school year over, there is no justification for being uninformed on issues affecting students. The Louisiana state legislature is currently addressing several issues that will have an impact on all of us.Although some poss...

Residential Life promotes safety

Ayana Olatunji

May 1, 2008

Dear Editor, Normally, I love reading the Maroon's editorial section, but last week I was very offended. I believe the article was too one-sided. Yes, it is the Desk Assistant's responsibility to check everyone's IDs, but it is...

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