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Varsity volleyball sweeps rival Mira Costa at UCLA

Varsity volleyball sweeps rival Mira Costa at UCLA

By Charles Viehl Led by head coach Michael Boehle ‘84, the varsity volleyball team is ranked second behind Oak Park in the CIF Southern Section as of March 27. The Cubs have an overall record of 17-1 as of March 30. The team’s only loss came to first place Oak Park in the Best of the West Tournament in San Diego. In the league season, the team is undefeated after five games. The team played four games in as many days, the longest stretch of […]

Students to unite for the third Annual Day of Service

Students to unite for the third Annual Day of Service

By Nicholas Solomon Loyola students, parents, friends and alumni are invited to participate in the third Annual Day of Service on Saturday, April 8. The event started in 2015 when Loyola celebrated its 150th anniversary. Students and other interested participants can register for the event on the Loyola website. This year, Cubs will serve at 10 sites across Los Angeles including Habitat for Humanity in Pasadena, where participants will construct homes for veterans; Los Angeles Regional Food Bank in Vernon, where students will sort and […]

Cubs run L.A. Marathon to raise awareness for breast cancer

Cubs run L.A. Marathon to raise awareness for breast cancer

By Govind O’Campo The city of Los Angeles hosted the 32nd L.A. Marathon on Sunday, March 18. The 26.2 mile “Stadium to Sea” course begins at Dodger Stadium and ends at the Santa Monica Pier, challenging participants to finish under the six and a half-hour time limit. Over 24,000 athletes from all 50 states and more than 63 countries attended the L.A. Marathon. Senior James Crisafulli and junior Jake Guinane participated in the marathon. Guinane’s aunt and Crisafulli’s mother were both diagnosed with breast cancer, […]

Cub community celebrates century of Loyola Hall

Cub community celebrates century of Loyola Hall

By Nicholas VanAken Loyola Hall celebrated its 100th anniversary since the completion of its construction on Saturday, March 25. The building, originally called Recitation Hall, cost about $50,000 to build in 1917. The architect who designed Loyola Hall was Albert C. Martin, whose name is etched into the cornerstone of the building. Throughout its century of existence, Loyola Hall has witnessed many historical events including both World Wars and the Civil Rights Movement. Principal Frank Kozakowski said, “As I look at our student body, as […]

International art competitions honor over 90 student artists

International art competitions honor over 90 student artists

By Matthew Winneck Over 100 Loyola students submitted photography and literary pieces to the board of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for review and consideration for a medal in December. Loyola had over 90 award recipients, all of whom are enrolled in one of the various Advanced Placement art programs. Some of the 90 students who won include National Gold Medalist senior Luke Ebora for his photograph in the Young Arts Competition, “Poking the Bear”; National Silver Medalist senior Miles O’Brien-Schridde for his photo […]

LA Archdiocese honors three seniors with Christian Service Award

LA Archdiocese honors three seniors with Christian Service Award

By Joshua Francia The annual Los Angeles Archdiocese Christian Service Awards were presented to three Loyola seniors along with 51 other Catholic high school seniors on Tuesday, March 14. The award recipients gathered at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels for the event that started with a mass presided by Archbishop Jóse Gómez at 10 a.m. and was followed by the awards ceremony. To be eligible for the award, the student must be a senior in a Catholic high school within the Archdiocese of […]

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