It could be a case of Mardi Gras mischief, or vandals inspired by a popular acronym.
Someone stole the first four-letters from Loyola University’s sign in New Orleans.
Loyola calls it a case of Mardi Gras vandalism.
Others say it's no coincidence.
They say by now the missing letters have probably been rearranged into popular motto "Yolo" for "you only live once."
University officials plan to fix the sign.
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