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The inside of Neutral Ground Coffee House

Neutral Ground owners left “heart broken,” starts GoFundMe to find new location for coffee shop

Macie Batson, Editor in Chief February 2, 2023

Caroline Williams, known by most as Phant, broke down in tears last Thursday when she was greeted at the door by someone who mistook her for the realtor of the building where her beloved coffeeshop Neutral...

Brewers pull on a draft beer handle.

Crescent City Homebrewers tapped some kegs during its annual Winterfest

Jackie Galli, Editor in Chief January 31, 2023

It’s the End of the Carafe as We Know it, Bow to the Absurd, and Bless Your Heart were just three of the dozens of brews offered at this year’s Winterfest.  Run by the Crescent City Homebrewers...

Woman holding a cup in a coffeehouse with bright lights and a musical performance in the background.

Sober students tell their stories

Violet Bucaro, Staff Writer January 29, 2023

College stereotypes may leave some questioning if sobriety as a student is sustainable but students, like Loyola alumnus Grayson Gibbs, said sobriety is infinitely more fulfilling than dropping $50 at...

Drawing of a pageant woman in a blue flown dress

NOLA and Miss Universe benefit eachother

Arianna D'Antonio, Worldview Editor January 28, 2023

For the first time ever, the 71st Miss Universe was crowned in New Orleans. Recent Loyola graduate Aria Jackson worked as production assistant for the competition, and she believes that the competition...

Sophomore Ben Heil stands in a Loyola recording studio playing a guitar.

The Little Green Men make their arrival to Earth

Abigail Schmidt, Life and Times Editor January 26, 2023

Planet of the Little Green Men, a Loyola sophomore-led psychedelic rock band, released their first single, “Arrival/Monsters in Your Head”. The single dropped on Jan. 27 and was two songs released...

A speaker at a Sodexo union meeting addressing a crowd.

COLUMN: The heart of Sodexo is its employees

Maleigh Crespo, Equity and Inclusion Officer December 5, 2022

Many of us eat in the Orleans Room. Whether it’s a quick bite before class, a free meal with a friend or an all-you-can-eat-buffet after a long day, the OR is the place to go if you live on campus. We...

A person wears a sticker on their chest which reads Students (heart) dining staff, Union Yes!

Sodexo workers move to unionize

Maria DiFelice, Asst News Editor November 11, 2022

Editor's Note: Comments from Loyola's administration were received after this article was published, both in print and digitally. Comments from Patricia Murret, Loyola's Associate Director of Public Affairs,...

Courtesy of Complex

“Midnights” album review: TS10 is T-Swizzle’s best album yet

Maleigh Crespo, Equity & Inclusion Officer October 28, 2022

In late August, Taylor Swift made her appearance at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards adorned in a bejeweled Oscar De La Renta gown, strikingly reminiscent of the diamond-filled bathtub scene in the 2017,...

student singer performing at local show

Criminology Student Von LaRae releases debut album “The Art of Sex”

Sofia Luciano, Life and Times Editor September 1, 2022

Criminology Senior Von LaRae debuted their first full length album “The Art of Sex” over the summer. Since then, the album has been acclaimed for its experimental sound and unique harmonies ornamenting...

Performers play trumpet and saxophone during a second line parade at Jazz Fest Sunday May 1, 2022.

Loyola students enjoy Jazz Fest’s return

Artie Bennett, News Editor May 5, 2022

After a two-year hiatus, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival returned to the city, bringing back the music and sending Loyola students flocking to the fairgrounds. “I think just being...

(File photo) Jazz Fest fans enjoying the music at the Congo Stage on Sunday, March 29th, 2018. The Jazz and Heritage Festival takes place at the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots, but was cancelled this year due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Staying safe at Jazz Fest

Jackie Galli, Sports Editor April 30, 2022

The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is back after a two-year absence caused by the ongoing pandemic. According to the Jazz Fest health and safety page, the festival will be following all local...

Whitney McBay (right), former Dance Marathon president, sits beside her sorority sister and Delta Gamma president, Margaret Whitten (left), at Loyolas Dance Marathon on Saturday, April 2 in the Orleans Room of the Danna Center. Delta Gamma is one of the biggest fundrasiers for Dance Marathon, an event meant to benefit New Orleans Childrens Hospital.

Dance Marathon fundraises over $3,900 for children’s hospital

Jackie Galli, Sports Editor April 8, 2022

Freshman Emily Chapin, along with her Dance Marathon co-president, Sydney Randall, took on running the event this year despite never even having been to a Dance Marathon before. The event on April 2...

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