According to NOLA on June 11th:

A water main break that shut down Loyola University’s campus last week appears to have struck again.

A pipe burst near the corner of Calhoun and LaSalle streets around noon Thursday (June 11), once again dropping water pressure in the neighborhood, said James Shields, communications coordinator for Loyola.

The Sewerage & Water Board has been in communication with the university, but has not provided an estimate on when repairs will be finished. Loyola’s administration granted employees “liberal leave,” allowing them to go home for the day with a supervisor’s permission as long as their “responsibilities do not dictate otherwise,” Shields said.

A broken 16-inch main in the same area Friday also caused a drop in water pressure and flooded much of Calhoun between LaSalle and Freret streets.

The S&WB said residents nearby could experience low water pressure until 2 a.m. as crews make repairs.