JV Tennis aims for positive conclusion to season

By Chris Villegas Loyola’s JV Tennis team began the season on Wednesday, Feb. 26, and are currently 5-5 overall and 4-2 in the Mission League. Led by Head Coach Dave McClave and Captain Marco Carbone, a sophomore, the Cubs are battling through the last half of their season, determined to finish on a high note […]


JV Golf maintains undefeated Mission League record

By Matt Lalonde Currently 3-0 in league and 18-1 overall, the JV Golf team has had a strong start to its season with this undefeated record in league. Sophomore Robbie Simon said, “Our team is very strong, and our strength shows through our record. The JV players who move up to Varsity next year will […]


JV Track and Field look to end season with win over Harvard-Westlake

By Dylan Arrazati With a current league record of 5-0-0, the Loyola JV Track team is scheduled to finish the Mission League season with an impressive record. The Cubs will face their arch rivals Harvard-Westlake in their final meet on Thursday, May 1. If the Cubs manage to win the meet, they will win a […]


Freshman Volleyball Cubs hope to continue early success

By Thomas Dameris Loyola freshman volleyball holds onto its high standards as it is currently undefeated and continues to rise in position in the league with an overall record of 15-1 and a league record of 8-0. Its only loss was to Loyola’s own JV volleyball team. On Friday, March 28, Loyola took on Mira […]


JV Lacrosse team undefeated in league play, in first place

By Hunter Francia With a 11-1 record overall at press time and a 5-0 record in league play, the JV Lacrosse team is currently in first place in Mission League. Led by Coach Will Reedy and Assistant Coach Taylor Lohman, the team kicked off the season on a high note, defeating Culver City High School […]


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Cheating: the Loyola community reacts

By Spencer Reed Pencils furiously bubble in the circles of the scantron during a vocabulary test in English. Sophomore John Doe, tired after his evening practice, did not have time to study with all the other home- work he had the night before. The teacher, eyes glued to the computer screen, has not gazed around […]


Facebook: the world’s favorite classmate

By Fabrizio Robalino and Davis Tse The 2:15 p.m. bell signals the end of another school day. Sophomore Lane Krai walks out of his last class and out into Malloy Commons. He immediately pulls out his phone and checks for any text messages or updates on Facebook. “I have to stay connected,” Krai said. “Without […]

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Freshman magician Ryan Wallace shares personal experience as illusionist, entertainer

Ryan Wallace has been performing magic since the age of nine, after drawing inspiration from famous illusionists including David Blaine and Criss Angel. By Luke McKenna Freshman Ryan Wallace, has been doing magic with cards and coins since the age of nine. He cur- rently owns and operates a small business performing magic at par- […]


Loyola prepares to host first annual film festival

Amatuer and aspriring student filmmakers from across the nation will showcase their original works on Saturday, May 17, at the Hannon Theatre. By Samuel Pratt For the first time in its 149 year history, Loyola High School will be home to a nationwide student film festival celebrating the talents of youth in cinema. The 1st […]


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Prom? Or Nah?

By Tristan Vanech “My girlfriend really likes pecan pie, so I got a pecan pie and put a question mark on it with whipped cream. Then I got a bunch of my friends to hold up cards that said ‘PROM,’ and then at rehearsal when she came around the corner, we were standing in the […]