Last month, the University was rocked by a Bias Motivated Incident (BMI) only a few weeks into the academic year. While the case was eventually solved and closed, community members continue to wonder about details surrounding now-banned perpetrators of the verbal BMI. Read more
- Hidden Heroes awards recognize awardees' commitment to justice
- LMU student-athletes should take advantage of new NIL regulations
- Belles hold silent protest for domestic violence awareness
- Agapé’s Mental Health Marathon races back on campus
- Weekend Roundup: Women's rowing competes in first regatta of the season
In light of COVID-19 and incendiary language from the former U.S. President Donald Trump, the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission reported significant increases in anti-Asian hate crimes from 2019 to 2020. Read more
Las desigualdades sociales entre los grupos raciales en Estados Unidos han llevado a un acceso desproporcionado a las oportunidades económicas y de atención médica. Durante décadas, la comunidad Latina que vive en los Estados Unidos ha experimentado múltiples problemas económicos y de salud …
Social inequalities among the Latinx community during the pandemic have lead to disproportionate access to economic and healthcare opportunities.
Greek Week Football returned to campus over the weekend with the CPC and IFC competing in a flag football tournament. Read more...
College athletes can now make money from their name, image and likeness — here’s what it means for student-athletes at LMU. Read more...
Agapé kicked off the year with the weeklong service org event, Mental Health Marathon, culminating in a large collaboration of service orgs seeking intersectionality with mental health.
The Swole and Sleeveless Soiree was an effort to get the athletic community interested in attending the LMU vs. BYU volleyball game. All athletes were invited to wear their cut up tank tops and attend the Pre-Pump Party, which consisted of athletes and staff alike lifting together in what Co…