Collective Soul Interview

June 11th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

Collective Soul WLOYInterviewed by Laryssa Wirstiuk ’07 at the Recher Theater.

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Interview

June 11th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

blackrebelmotorcycleclub WLOYInterviewed by Nicole Scariano, 2005.

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Ben Kweller Interview

June 11th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

Ben Kweller WLOY Interview
Interview by DJ T-Rav (Travis Seminara ’10)

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Afroman Interview

June 11th, 2010 by Tim Teeling


Interview by Tom Whittaker ’07

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All American Rejects Interview

June 11th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

allamericanrejects WLOYInterview by Amy Hanna and Kathleen Hartnett, 2006

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WLOY to be at Honfest June 12-13

June 11th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

WLOY Honfest 2010

Honfest 2010 is here! As usual, it’s going to be two of the hottest days of the summer. No need to worry! WLOY will be giving out free iced coffee courtesy of Zeke’s both Saturday and Sunday. We’ll be trying to keep cool under out tent on The Avenue in Hampden (that’s 36th St for those of you who don’t know). In addition to FREE iced coffee, we will also have CDs, bumper stickers, and WLOYcards!.

For those of you who want more information on Honfest and what it’s all about, check out the Honfest website.



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Changes in Loyola Dining Services

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

An investigation of the changes at Primo’s and Boulder Garden Cafe for the 2009-2010 school year. Click here for PDF Copy

A loquacious man once said, many times, “What kind of change do we want?  Not all change is good.”  Loyola’s Dining Services will find out this year if they have entered the realm of negative change or if the significant changes they have introduced will in fact be embraced by the student body.  The most notable difference in dining is the new format of Primo’s, which is now an “All Inclusive” restaurant in which guests pay a set fee of $7.99 for lunch and $11.99 for dinner, allowing them to choose from numerous dining options in a sort of all-you-can eat style.  Some (perpetually hungry) students have expressed approval over the opportunity to have a wide range of eating opportunities at a set price.  Also, students who prefer set meal plans to an a la carte dining style are happy to see the introduction of the Primo’s Power Plan, which offers the lunch and dinner options at a discounted rate.  However, some students feel that the “All Inclusive” style does not work for them, as they feel that they generally would not buy enough items for their meals to reach the set price.  Also, there are some students who would like to buy only the main part of their meal at Primo’s and perhaps grab a drink and sides from their dorm, but doing so at the “All Inclusive” Primo’s is not very cost-effective. Overall, reactions have ranged from “Primo’s is now giving Boulder a run for its money” to “Boulder might actually be better than Primo’s now.” Read the rest of this entry »



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Swine Flu Hysteria

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

Reactions to the swine flu pandemic around Loyola’s campus.  Click here for PDF Copy

When just about everyone on a college campus has become a hypochondriac, something unusual is going on.  And when people are actually getting sick – not just imagining it – all the hypochondriacs might believe that the disease that is spreading is much worse than it actually is.  One wonders how soon we will all become Howard Hughes-type recluses. Read the rest of this entry »



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Baltimore Pushes for Indy Racing

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

Baltimore Racing Development LLC pushes to bring a street race sponsored by the Indy Racing League to Charm City.  Click here for PDF Copy

Baltimore is not a city known for its professional auto racing, but a group of investors and professionals is looking to change that.  Despite the limited geography of the city, Baltimore Racing Development LLC (BRD) is pushing ahead with plans to bring a street race sanctioned by the Indy Racing League to Charm City.  Late summer or early fall of 2011 is the targeted range of dates for the inaugural “Baltimore Grand Prix.”  The voice of the effort is BRD’s spokesman, Al Unser, Jr., a two-time Indianapolis 500 winner.  Unser also helped designed the proposed 2.4-mile track, which will run through downtown Baltimore, going along Pratt Street, Russell Street, Camden Street, Conway Street, and Light Street, passing the Inner Harbor, Camden Yards, and M & T Stadium along the way. Read the rest of this entry »



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Website Redesign Joins List of Loyola’s Many Recent Changes

June 10th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

The redesign of www.loyola.edu, the official website of Loyola University Maryland, is one of several changes for Loyola for the 2009-2010 year.  Click here for PDF Copy

On September 25, the newly christened Loyola University unveiled its new website, debuting simultaneously with the official designation change.  The redesign was undertaken with the idea in mind that the original Loyola College website had not been developed with a single cohesive vision.  Instead, new parts were continually added to the website and not necessarily integrated very well with the already existing features.  This assessment would ring true for any Loyola student who has found that it was easier to find a certain part of loyola.edu through a Google search rather than navigating through the actual website itself.  Thus, the redesign was meant to streamline loyola.edu and integrate all the individual parts.  The new website also presents a more calculated image than that of the old website.  Surely, this image is meant to be in alignment with the other changes Loyola has undergone (the designation change) and those it is seeking to implement (becoming the nation’s leading Catholic comprehensive university). Read the rest of this entry »



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