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Animals’ Kingdom: New Orleans Wildlife Enjoys a Quieter City

Animals’ Kingdom: New Orleans Wildlife Enjoys a Quieter City

Veronika Lee, Editor in Chief

March 31, 2020

If "Jurassic Park" taught us anything, it was that "life finds a way."

Let Taylor Exist Independently of Kanye

Let Taylor Exist Independently of Kanye

Juliette Stoltz, Contributing Writer

March 24, 2020

I want to celebrate the leaked Kanye-Taylor phone call as a victory for Taylor Swift, and I do. I want to write an article that provides a timeline of the ways that Kanye West has antagonized and bullied Taylor so that we all can understand that she was never playing the victim: she was the vict...

Going the Social Distance Route: Why You Should Take Isolation Orders Seriously

Going the Social Distance Route: Why You Should Take Isolation Orders Seriously

Emma Seely, Managing Editor

March 23, 2020

The world is currently fighting a seemingly un-winnable war against novel coronavirus, or Covid-19, and the best chance we have to stop its spread is to isolate as much as possible. As health care workers around the world fight to save the most critical victims of the respiratory virus, certain hard...

A Driftwood Tribute to Local NOLA Celebrity, Brian Held, Jr.

A Driftwood Tribute to Local NOLA Celebrity, Brian Held, Jr.

Trey Guillotine, Entertainment Editor

March 23, 2020

Entertainment Editor, Trey Guillotine remembers New Orleans cosplayer enthusiast Brian Held, Jr.

Driftwood Team’s Official Coronavirus Survival Guide

Driftwood Team’s Official Coronavirus Survival Guide

Trey Guillotine, Entertainment Editor

March 23, 2020

Let’s be honest, we are living in a scary time right now. As if fires in Australia and citizens toxically divided on every issue wasn’t enough, we now face the CoronaVirus. Times are tough but fear not, Privateers! Your Driftwood staff has put together a guide to making quarantining not-so-bad.  W...

Sports Seasons Suspended

Sports Seasons Suspended

Lexi Ancar, Staff Photographer & Contributing Writer

March 19, 2020

The NBA, MLB, and NHL, almost everyone is a fan of at least one and, therefore almost everyone knows what is going on. It’s no secret that coronavirus is ruining a lot of events especially when it comes to sports. Before we all realized how major a virus it would be, currently labeled a pandemic, c...

5 Tips For Traveling With Your Cat

5 Tips For Traveling With Your Cat

Jillian Borukhovich, Guest Contributor

March 17, 2020

Looking ahead to brighter days, Driftwood is proud to share the work of first year MFA student, Jillian Borukhovich, who has a tip or two for those of us with hopes of bringing our feline friends along on future adventures.  As a college student or graduate student, you’ll probably be making ple...

A Bachelor Escape

A Bachelor Escape

Emma Seely, Managing Editor

March 17, 2020

On Monday, March 9 and Tuesday, March 10, the two night, drama-filled season finale of “The Bachelor: aired on ABC. The finale for the reality dating competition, which lasted two hours each day, included breakups, hookups, fighting and a whole lot of tears, as per usual for the series. But even as thi...

The Invisible Army: The Immune System

The Invisible Army: The Immune System

Joseph Bellott

March 12, 2020

Contributing writer Joseph Bellott explains the simple ways dietary changes can improve your chances of staving off the coronavirus.

Surprise Award for PBSU Presented by President Nicklow

Surprise Award for PBSU Presented by President Nicklow

Veronika Lee, Editor in Chief

March 12, 2020

"Comfort kills ambition," says Taylor Miles, president of the PBSU (Progressive Black Student Union). The organization was surprised with a special award from President Nicklow.

‘Doctor Who’ Season 12: Review

‘Doctor Who’ Season 12: Review

Trey Guillotine, Entertainment Editor

March 11, 2020

Trey Guillotine assesses the 12th season and gets a fan perspective from industry veteran, Luke Crowe, of Backstage.com.

Audubon Soul Fest: Great Food, Great Music

Audubon Soul Fest: Great Food, Great Music

Trey Guillotine, Entertainment Editor

March 11, 2020

If you found yourself stuck in traffic on Magazine Street this weekend, it was for good reason. On March 7 and 8, the Audubon Zoo held its 17th annual Soul Fest celebrating African American Culture. The event centered around Audubon Zoo’s Capital One stage, between the Audubon Tea Room and the Sea L...

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