The Maroon

Zia Sampson
Zia Sampson is the Assistant Worldview Editor of The Maroon. She is a freshman with a major in mass communication with a concentration in public relations and a double minor in psychology and sociology. On campus, she is a member of Gamma Phi Beta, Resident Hall Association and Christian Life Community. She also writes for CollegeXpress.com.

Zia Sampson, Assistant Worldview Editor

Jul 22, 2020
“Hamilton” continues to impress audiences (Story)
Jun 25, 2020
Online, hybrid fall classes spark student calls for a tuition reduction (Story)
Jun 09, 2020
How to Be an Effective Ally (Story)
Jun 09, 2020
Faculty respond to student concerns, Sonya Duhé allegations (Story)
May 30, 2020
President Tetlow speaks out amidst national protests (Story)
May 27, 2020
“The Half of It” has a whole lot of heart (Story)
May 22, 2020
Loyola looks to alternative housing options for displaced students (Story)
May 22, 2020
Students react to losing on-campus housing for fall semester (Story)
May 09, 2020
Online party starts the celebration of 2020 graduates (Story)
Apr 28, 2020
Loyola offers credits, refunds on housing, meal plans, Wolf Bucks (Media)
Apr 02, 2020
Loyola moves ministry, worship online (Story)
Mar 30, 2020
A podcast for every mood of quarantine (Media)
Mar 19, 2020
President Tetlow answers questions after online transition (Story)
Feb 14, 2020
Students try to make long-distance work (Story)
Feb 14, 2020
Column: A Loyola love story continues (Story)
Feb 08, 2020
The Maroon reviews Best Picture Nominees in 10 words or less (Story)
Feb 05, 2020
Review: “Marriage Story” is the love letter to the end of love (Story)
Jan 17, 2020
Peace Committee discusses tensions between US and Iran (Story)
Jan 16, 2020
Deaux space reopens as a community kitchen (Media)
Nov 19, 2019
Donelley Center invites new Diversity Officer (Story)
Nov 07, 2019
Romeo & Juliet Challenges Gender Roles and Creative Expectations (Story)
Oct 28, 2019
University gets rid of New Orleans Studies (Story)
Oct 27, 2019
More universities need to prioritize mental health (Story)
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