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Junior outfielder Aaron Davis swings at a pitch against Stillman College at Segnette Field on March 18, 2023.

Baseball carries 20-9 record into 2nd half of the season

Elle Haavie, Staff Writer March 26, 2023

The Loyola baseball team is currently in the middle of their season and in the heart of their conference schedule, winning 20 out of the 29 games they’ve played so far. They are currently 7-2 in the...

A painting of Jesus Christ holding a progressive flag.

Loyola United Methodists remain united despite church schisms

Kincaid Leger, Assistant Worldview Editor March 26, 2023

NOLA Wesley House is one United Methodist Church that has been a refuge for some of Loyola’s queer methodists. “The Wesley House is almost like a safe haven for us, because there are a lot of churches...

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EDITORIAL: Res Life needs to get over themselves

mark michel, Op/Ed Editor March 26, 2023

Everyone who has ever lived in a Loyola residence hall has a horror story. That bathroom stall that was broken by some freshman in a drunken rage, and stayed that way for weeks. The makeshift slip ‘n’...

Jazz pianist practices in Loyola practice room.

Loyola Jazz Fest is back

Arianna D'Antonio, Senior Staff Writer March 25, 2023

After a three-year hiatus, the Loyola Jazz Fest was back for its 53rd annual festival to bring together a community with a love for music, particularly jazz, said its host and Loyola Jazz studies professor...

Student looks at menu at Bird n Brine.

Students frustrated with Bird N Brine app

Kloe Witt, Breaking News Editor/Staff Writer March 25, 2023

Students on Loyola’s campus love their chicken. But what they don’t love is needing confusing apps to get that chicken. This is what some students on campus have complained about when it comes to the...

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OPINION: Driving is dangerous, fucking act like it

Ava Acharya, Managing Editor for Digital March 25, 2023

Imagine this: you’re walking in your neighborhood, getting groceries. It's a beautiful, sunny day. Perfect for a leisurely walk. You’re crossing the street. You look both ways and take a step into...

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OPINION: Zombie-media is the best type of dystopia

Tanesha Taylor March 24, 2023

From 1927’s “Metropolis” to “The Hunger Games”, the idea of dystopia has always captivated audiences. Growing up, dystopia quickly became one of my favorite genres. Movies like “The Maze Runner”...

Drag queens for the Doggie Drag Show pose for pictures after round one of the competition concludes.

Nola on Tap taps into people’s love of brews and pups

Gabrielle Korein, Photo Editor March 23, 2023

Nola on Tap returned to New Orleans this past weekend after a three-year hiatus due to COVID-19. Nola on Tap, hosted at Lafreniere Park on Saturday, March 18, is an event dedicated to showcasing local...

The main Loyola sign, which sits at the very front of campus, with Marquette Hall in the background.

Loyola announces 18th president

Cristo Dulom, Managing Editor for Print March 23, 2023

The Loyola Board of Trustees announced the university’s 18th president after a seven-month national search. Xavier Cole will be the university’s first Black president and the second layperson, following...

The Dance team competes at the NAIA National Championships in Ypsilanti, Mich. on March 12, 2023

Dance competes at NAIA National Championships

Arianna D'Antonio, Senior Staff Writer March 23, 2023

Loyola’s dance team accomplished their first preseason goal with a home-field win at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics regional competition. The win gave the team the chance to compete...

Photo illustration of a person holding their ID while in front of being blocked from entering PornHub, a popular pornography site.

Loyolans speak on Louisiana porn law

Abigail Schmidt, Life and Times Editor March 23, 2023

A new law requires Louisiana residents to provide their government-issued IDs to view mainstream pornography websites, but Loyola professor Ty Lawson said the government should be prioritizing combating...

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Professor starts initiative against human trafficking

Macie Batson, Editor in Chief March 23, 2023

Media professor Ty Lawson had a vision for a class that taught more than just the “nuts and bolts” when coming to Loyola. He said he recognized the importance of teaching students how to create media...

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