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Stage lineup sign at Hispanic Heritage Celebration on Sept. 16, 2023. This was the second-annual celebration.

French Market hosts second-annual Hispanic Heritage Celebration

Maleigh Crespo, Managing Editor for Print September 22, 2023

The 15th day of September marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, which is a celebration of independence for Central America, the Caribbean, and Mexico. New Orleans kicked off the commemorative...

Sr. Helen Prejean speaks about her activism journey at Catholic Students event on Sept. 12. The department hosted a culmination of events to raise awareness against the death penalty.

Loyola advocates against death penalty

Mark Michel, Op/Ed Editor September 22, 2023

The Jesuit Social Research Institute at Loyola, in association with the Catholic Mobilizing Network, organized a week of events to promote advocacy for death penalty abolition, in honor of death penalty...

SGA confirms budget for 2023-24 year

SGA confirms budget for 2023-24 year

Kloe Witt, News Editor September 22, 2023

Loyola’s Student Government Association released their budget for the 2023-24 academic year, cutting funding in some areas and increasing in others. Every year, SGA receives a certain amount of funding...

Tuareg artist Bombino performs on acoustic guitar at The Broadside on Sept. 15, 2023. The band is on their Peace and Love tour, which is traveling through the U.S. and Europe.

Behind-the-scenes with Bombino: “The Sultan of Shred”

Patrick Hamilton, Editor in Chief September 22, 2023

Editor's Note: This interview was conducted in French and translated into English for the benefit of the reader. The Broadside music venue was the scene of a sensational concert by one of the greatest...

Senior Rose Labay sits in the peace quad. Labay is one of several students who feel unsupported by Loyolas education program.

“I would have loved to be a teacher”

Ava Acharya, Senior Staff Writer September 22, 2023

Despite good intentions and comprehensive coursework, Loyola’s teacher education program has left students wanting more. Students within the program feel that its small size and lack of flexibility...

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“Bottoms” review: “Superbad” for queer femcels

Mia Oliva, Reviews Editor September 22, 2023

Following the success of her debut feature “Shiva Baby,” writer and director Emma Seligman blesses the masses once more with her sophomore queer comedy, “Bottoms.” Best friends PJ (Rachel Sennott)...

Efforts continue to appease Doubles-to-Dorms

Eloise Pickering, Assistant News Editor September 22, 2023

“Stop Doubles to Dorms” is a lobbying slogan that has gained popularity throughout Uptown New Orleans, as houses built for families are being converted to accommodate large amounts of college students. Junior...

EDITORIAL: Loyola needs to better prepare future educators

EDITORIAL: Loyola needs to better prepare future educators

Mark Michel, Op/Ed Editor September 22, 2023

We stand at a time in our history when education is continuously targeted and teachers are being stripped of the ability to properly educate students. The teacher education program at Loyola is actively...

Josh Hinchie with resident minister Sarah Mernaugh and professor Kevin Rabalais to promote his abroad J-Term course this year. J-Term courses are both abroad and online and offer students the chance to gain three credit hours in two weeks.

Two-week long courses help students gain credit

Lizzy Hadley, Staff Writer September 22, 2023

January Term is an optional two-week learning experience for Loyola students looking to earn more credits or travel abroad without leaving for an entire semester. Each of these courses are worth the...

OPINION: We should all dress like cartoon characters

OPINION: We should all dress like cartoon characters

Abigail Gallagher September 22, 2023

Dressing like a cartoon character is wearing the same outfit, or a variation of the same outfit, every day. Before fashion content moved online, clothing styles were popular for years before they were...

Graduate student Adele Coleman pitching her idea at the LaunchU finals on Sept. 7, 2023. LaunchU awarded 4 teams $5,000 to $10,000 to start up their business idea.

Loyolans win big in second annual LaunchU competition

Kloe Witt, News Editor September 22, 2023

Loyola graduate students, alumni, and faculty had the chance to win $5,000 to $10,000 in the second annual LaunchU entrepreneurship competition. Eight teams of an original 49 applicants pitched their...

Analysis: Louisiana state elections draw near

Guélan Zaour September 15, 2023

Election day is less than two months away in Louisiana. On October 14, the Pelican State will vote in a myriad of elections that will decide the state's political identity for the next 4 years. These...

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