Between the hectic flurry of schoolwork and social activities, appearances are the last thing on the minds of some students. However, for Megan Hsu, a sophomore studio arts major and animation minor, dressing in style is as natural as any part of her daily routine.
Life and Arts Archives September 2019
The start of the new year brings new residents to the Bluff. One such guest is not your typical resident. They are the new osprey birds, large hawks with long gray wings and sharp beaks. These birds typically reside near oceanside locations, since their predominant food is fish.
LMU’s club I Am That Girl began in 2015. The organization, based on Alexis Jones’ book “I Am That Girl: How to Speak Your Truth, Discover Your Purpose, and #bethatgirl,” has been growing stronger. This year, the club has over 70 students enrolled in their LEO page.
Singer-Songwriter Showdown co-champions Curbside and Yo Yo Nosa are set to open Fallapalooza this year, sharing the stage with popular rapper and singer T-Pain.
Lollapalooza is the Chicago-based music festival held annually in Grant Park. It draws major crowds and popular artists. This year, Lollapalooza brought four days packed full of a wide array of performances. The six main stages hosted artists playing everything from EDM to country.
As "Honeys" fill college campuses around the country, the Loyolan explores the origins of Bumble and its impact on LMU Bumble ambassadors.
Professor Paul Colin and students are heartbroken after the unexpected cancelation of social media marketing classes next semester.