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The Wolf: Four places to go for a chill night out

A Delgado Community College Nursing student sips a drink at Chais Delachaise. The restaurant has two locations Uptown. Photo credit: Peter Buffo

Gabriella Killett

February 23, 2020

Everyone loves a good night out, but the disoriented sweaty bodies packed inside a bar that at times doesn't seem much bigger than a dorm room, can get old. In fact, for some, a club-like venue is never attractive. Instead, it's a recipe for social anxiety, sweaty hands, and an early night in that fe...

The Wolf: Loyola rapper reviews

Cover art for JDVST's single

Sofia Mongillo

February 21, 2020

Paige Stevenson/NCognita Los Angeles native Paige Stevenson, also known as NCognita, grew up admiring her father, who was both a pastor and writer. As a young girl, Stevenson started to venture into the world of poetry, beginning to write herself in second grade. After being inspired by J. Cole’s...

The Wolf: A Student’s guide to Uptown music venues

Loyola sophomore Zach Smallman performs at Gasa Gasa. His performance was on Valentine's Day. Photo credit: Michael Bauer

Catie Sanders

February 21, 2020

If you’ve ever spent a sunny spring day strolling down the streets of New Orleans, you know the city is never without a soundtrack. Music will pour out from the open doors of every little shop you pass and from the windows of each car that cruises by. The Crescent City is home to almost 100 mu...

The Wolf: NOLA’s best late night bites

A beer and soda sit on a table at Dat Dog. Dat Dog has two locations Uptown. Photo credit: Shadera Moore

Alexis Caillet

February 20, 2020

I always find myself the hungriest during the hours of 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Most food places usually close around 10 p.m., leaving night owls starving. Luckily in New Orleans, you need never go hungry, especially at night. New Orleans has some of the tastiest late night bites, and I am going to share wi...

The Wolf: What is the new airport really like? Let’s take you on a quick trip.

Skye Ray

November 25, 2019

Over three times as big as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, The new New Orleans airport, MSY, let’s you take it easy, as you leave the Big Easy. As you walk through the glass doors, everything is open and in sight. Flight check-in counters are around, and there is room to walk without running into othe...

JC’s Declassified School Survival Guide: Being Asian in College

(Top left) advertising freshman London Hua, (top right) Amy Ngo, (bottom left) Gabby Lenz, (bottom right) journalism senior JC Canicosa. Photo credit: Jc Canicosa

Jc Canicosa

November 23, 2019

In a university full of SoundCloud rappers, eccentric professors and school budget cuts, JC Canicosa— that’s me—and the Wolf try to do the impossible: create a guide that will help you survive Loyola. *cue theme song* Kamusta Wolf Pack. Also xi chao, Kon'nichiwa and nǐ hǎoi. If you could...

Column: Is grad school really worth it?

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Jaime Jimenez

November 22, 2019

Entering college, I did not know what I wanted, but I chose the mass communication degree program because I liked talking and I figured being able to communicate effectively would be useful in any field I wanted to pursue. After taking my first semester of intro courses, I knew that this is what I wanted....

You will survive: Five ways to avoid a stress spiral

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Gabriella Killett

November 21, 2019

1. Take a break. College is a lot. From writing papers to social anxiety-provoking meetings, from looking at your DCPL every other day to triple-checking which classes you need to take next, college requires a lot of your attention. That being said, it's only possible to offer 100% of your energy...

Top Apps for College Students

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Alexis Caillet

November 20, 2019

Khan Academy Khan Academy is a very useful resource for any student, even college-level students. The best part is that it is completely free! This app provides students with a large selection of helpful resources. Once you’ve created a free account, you have access to videos and practice proble...

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Avery Hodge

October 15, 2019

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2019 Fashion Week takes New Orleans by Storm


Tess Rowland

October 14, 2019

This year New Orleans Fashion Week celebrated its ninth season, and featured the work of over 50 designers in the region. Models graced the stage at the New Orleans Board of Trade with well-crafted and intricate outfits, setting the tone for the latest trends of the season. There are three days of...

Best Brunch in Town: College Edition

Satsuma's omelet with avocado toast and smoked salmon with tomatoes and spinach sits on a plate on a Sunday morning. This is a go-to for many restaurant patrons. Photo credit: Valerie Cronenbold

Valerie Cronenbold

October 13, 2019

In addition to its thriving nightlife and booze culture, New Orleans is every foodie's paradise. And there's no better way to recover from a night out than a delicious brunch in the morning. Check out some of our favorite spots. 1. Satsuma Satsuma on Maple Street is a hotspot for Sunday brunch...

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