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Two-Man Musical Pushes Looping Technology to Its Limit

Two-Man Musical Pushes Looping Technology to Its Limit

Matthew McCarney April 4, 2024

From a largely untold perspective of North American history, hip-hop musical, “Mexodus,” at Baltimore Center Stage in Mt. Vernon sheds light on a population of slaves in the United States that fled...

LGBTQ+ Experience Hosts Loyola’s Very First Drag Show

LGBTQ+ Experience Hosts Loyola’s Very First Drag Show

Riley Cristella March 22, 2024

The LGBTQ+ Experience, a student organization on campus, recently hosted their first inaugural drag show. The show featured a trio of drag queens and kings as well as one of Loyola's very own students.  This...

Alex Breusser 27 (Left) and Edgar Kunz (Right)

Poet Edgar Kunz Featured at the Modern Masters Reading Series

Matthew McCarney March 13, 2024

Students gathered in McManus Theater, Tuesday Feb. 20, for the latest installment of the Modern Masters reading series. The evening spotlighted the work and sense of humor of author Edgar Kunz. As a poet...

Exploring Baltimore’s Burger Scene: Three Affordable Spots You Need to Try

Exploring Baltimore’s Burger Scene: Three Affordable Spots You Need to Try

Ryan Cahill March 13, 2024

In my quest for good and affordable burgers in Baltimore, I discovered several standout spots that have a lot to offer. These three places cater to everyone, whether you're a picky eater or have dietary...

Black History Month Poetry Open Mic Night Hosted in Student Center

Black History Month Poetry Open Mic Night Hosted in Student Center

Ose Emafo March 13, 2024

To celebrate Black History Month, WLOY Loyola Radio teamed up with the Black Student Association and the Student Government Association to hold an open mic night in the Andrew White Student Center. This...

Loyola Women’s Center Plans Collaborative Events

Loyola Women’s Center Plans Collaborative Events

Jenna Dattilo March 1, 2024

In a recent Instagram post, the Women's Center offered a diagram that showcased the markers of a healthy friendship, including trust, honesty, open communication, and boundaries. In another recent Instagram...

strikeWear: The Collective Behind “Unrested”

strikeWear: The Collective Behind “Unrested”

Abby Hill February 28, 2024

strikeWear collective is a group composed of artists Mollye Bendell, Christopher Kojzar and Jeffrey L. Gangwisch have come together to create pieces of work using multimedia. They all met in a graduate...

Taylor Swift Earns New Title as Modern-Day Philosopher

Taylor Swift Earns New Title as Modern-Day Philosopher

Riley Cristella February 28, 2024

Philosophy club and Professor Drew Leder hosted a talk at Loyola about Swift and her insightful lyrics, starting conversations about the message behind her songs and what she is insinuating about her life.   “I...

Photographer Devin Allen Premieres Exhibition at Julio Fine Arts Gallery

Photographer Devin Allen Premieres Exhibition at Julio Fine Arts Gallery

Enrique Muchacho February 27, 2024

Loyola University Maryland’s Julio Fine Arts Gallery opened its new exhibition on Feb. 22 from Baltimore artist Devin Allen. The exhibition, titled “A Piece of Me Died with You,” tackles themes...

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Does Invincible Season Two Live Up to the Hype?

Daman Decker February 27, 2024

Amazon’s animated adaptation of the comic series “Invincible” was one of its top shows when its first season came out in 2021. It was highly lauded upon release, with a near perfect 99% on Rotten...

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Saltburn: Was It Really That Crazy?

Riley Cristella February 25, 2024

Emerald Fennell's 2023 psychological thriller “Saltburn” has spiraled through social media with the many different reactions it has gotten from its viewers. The film has become one of the most popular...

“Unrested”: Engaging in Loyola’s Dark History Using Art

“Unrested”: Engaging in Loyola’s Dark History Using Art

Abby Hill February 15, 2024

“Unrested” is a collection of mixed media and a virtual reality piece that was prompted by the research team that uncovered Loyola’s involvement and profit from the slave trade. “Unrested” was...

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