YOLO means "You Only Live Once,' but now it means vandalism

By Casey Ferrand, cferrand@hearst.com
Published On: Mar 05 2014 07:17:34 AM HST

Sign was vandalized during the Carnival season.

NEW ORLEANS -

YOLO means "You Only Live Once," but now it means vandalism for Loyola University in Uptown New Orleans.

Loyola officials found the L-O-Y-O letters that spell out Loyola in its front lawn sign missing.

All that was left was cracked pieces littering the lawn and L-A still standing.

Officials with the school said the school was a "victim of Mardi Gras."

Similar vandalism to the sign happens quite often because people try to sit or stand on the letters to take pictures, according to a university official. The letters are very fragile, and if someone puts too much pressure on them they can break, the university official continued.

By Wednesday morning, the sign had been fixed.

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