Formerly St. Mary’s Dominican College, these buildings are now part of the Broadway Campus of Loyola University of New Orleans. This campus is at the intersection of Broadway (hence the name) and St. Charles Ave. The main campus is more or less across the street. Together they constitute the largest Jesuit College South of St. Louis. The Jesuits are credited with being some of New Orlean’s earliest settlers and the introduction of sugar cane to the area. Having so much of this luxury item, New Orleans is the birthplace of many sweetened cocktails.


Also, they have this creepy Druidic alter-lookin’ thing under which I believe they sacrifice virgins at midnight under full moons. (As if there are virgins in New Orleans).