Following an announcement from President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., that the Vice President for Intercultural Affairs Jennifer Abe will complete her term in December of 2021, the Loyolan met with Abe to discuss her experience in the role thus far and her goals before leaving.
Welcomed by BCLA faculty and students, Stop AAPI Hate leader Manjusha Kulkarni broke down the previous year's 3,795 reported anti-Asian hate incidents and outlined the formation of her organization.
As a dramatic increase in anti-Asian violence leaves the nation frustrated, leaders and institutions begin to offer their statements on the ongoing discrimination and violence. LMU President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., and Vice President of Student Affairs Lane Bove are among those who have extended their sentiments.
Natalie Wong Christensen, one of the student organizers of the upcoming Black and Asian Solidarity March, details the collaborative process in organizing the event.
In a community letter on Feb. 10, Provost Poon confirmed that the class of 2021 will graduate virtually, following in the steps of last year's graduates. Both classes are still promised an in-person celebration in the future.
Since he ascended to the position of Honors director last spring, associate professor Trevor Zink has been called on to address issues of inclusivity in the program.
In compliance with new guidelines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, LMU introduces regular testing protocols for those with campus access this spring semester.
This week, assistant news editor, Accalia Rositani sat down with the new Director for the Office of Black Student Services (OBSS), Jeffrey Dolliole, to discuss his return to the Bluff and new role at LMU.
A new resolution has been drafted by ASLMU and ISU to demand the permanent removal of the statue of Father Junípero Serra on campus after the University announced it would be reinstalled.
A new report by the Pew Research Center shows a growing political divide in Americans' outlook on the coronavirus and its effects.
Just a week out from the presidential election, the Senate has confirmed Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Students reflect on the nature and impact of this decision that comes in an already atypical year.
Assistant Professor of Sociology Roberto Cancio, having been awarded funds from the Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program of California, describes the unique and comprehensive approach his study will take in order to improve the complex issue.
This week, News Intern Accalia Rositani remotely sat down with Hallie Ryan, 2020 valedictorian, to talk about her achievement and her time at LMU.
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.