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Editor’s note

Editor’s note

Melanie Potter, Editor, Wolf Magazine

November 13, 2014

So, I’ve done the math. There are 5 months and 28 days until I graduate from Loyola. Such a scary sentence. While this may seem like a large chunk of time to some, to us seniors, it might as well be seconds. Loyola has been my home for the past 3 and a half years. I’m finally getting comfortable....

Favorite place for cheap eats

Favorite place for cheap eats

Ellen McCusker

October 17, 2014

With three great locations on Freret, Magazine and Frenchmen, Dat Dog New Orleans is a fun, casual restaurant for both hipsters and professionals. When it comes to food, Dat Dog’s menu is overwhelming with options, from a crawfish sausage dog to a traditional Italian sausage dog. Once you manage...

Favorite place for local New Orleans food

Favorite place for local New Orleans food

Sidney Holmes

October 17, 2014

Capturing the taste of New Orleans is no small feat. Since 1996, Jacques-Imo's has been making food with the perfect amount of New Orleans flavor. People come from near and far to get a taste of the food at Jacques-Imo's.  Founder, Jacques Leonardi, put together a menu with the famous Chef Aust...

Favorite place to get spoiled by your parents

Favorite place to get spoiled by your parents

Mary Graci

October 17, 2014

Four words: Get your reservation now.  With a waiting list the length of a short novel and the fine-dining quality to make that acceptable, Commander's Palace is not your average weekend outing. When the parents are in town and they ask where do you want to go for dinner, what's the logical answer...

Haunted happenings: New Orleans after dark

Haunted happenings: New Orleans after dark

Erin Hilderbrand

September 26, 2014

Haunted History Tours are a way for tourists, locals and everyone in between to learn about the haunted happenings of the nearly 300-year-old city. Some of the locations might surprise you, and the tales of bloody murder and cruel insanity certainly have the potential to change the way you see the French Quarter forever.

Follow me to the land of Oz

Follow me to the land of  Oz

Emily Andras

September 26, 2014

Of all of the yellow brick roads in the world, Bourbon Street is one of the strangest — but it certainly leads to the wonderful world of Oz. The club hosts drag queens, light shows, performances and special guest DJs for year-round events that always seem to finish in a night of dancing to fast-paced,...

Editor’s note

Melanie Potter

September 26, 2014

Here in New Orleans, we are truly fortunate. Not only do we have amazing food, music, football and people, we have a vibrant nightlife...And no, I’m not just talking about bars. Over the past 3 years, I have gradually ventured outside of my comfortable Loyola “bubble” to explore all that New...

The art of baring it all

The art  of baring it all

Skyllarr Trusty

September 26, 2014

Holly Combs, A’12, also known by her stage name, “The Queen of Obscene” Xena Zeit-geist, has transformed her love of Batman into a self-written production, “Arkham ASS-ylum: A Batman Burlesque Play,” where she stars as Batman. The show, performed in the intimate Shadowbox Theatre, also features...

Uncovering lost lands

Uncovering lost lands

Raquel Derganz-Baker

September 26, 2014

Perhaps it’s happened to you— you walk by an abandoned building, seemingly untouched since its doors were last closed, and you wonder what historical relics you might find inside. When Ashley Simoneaux, A’13, sees an abandoned building, she isn’t satisfied with simply wondering. She goes in...

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