As "Honeys" fill college campuses around the country, the Loyolan explores the origins of Bumble and its impact on LMU Bumble ambassadors.
Lianne Sauvage, member of WIE and merit scholarship recipient, describes her journey finding opportunities in a Title I school and thriving at LMU.
Uber's Head of Entertainment and Cultural Marketing Benjamin Trinh discusses work, college and gives advice in Q&A panel held by the Marketing Society
The Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion campaign and the Black in Fashion Council have aimed to showcase more diversity within the Italian and American fashion systems this year.
Student Wellness Educators Sarah Jones and Samantha Palermo talk about mental health, the Wellness Educator Program, working during COVID-19 and more.
Created last year by freshman Rya Partible, This Is Your Sign provides premium apparel in support of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
For most of us, a leave of absence means being out of school for the first time since kindergarten. How are our fellow Lions doing during the pandemic without the security (or stress) of online school?
In a time where we have been faced with challenges ranging from a pandemic to cries for social justice, the roles of student government have changed. Here is what students have to say about what they want their representatives to do for them:
The continuation of campus activity and the return to a normal campus life would not be possible without the tireless work of the Facilities Management team throughout the pandemic
Student musician Ines Lalonde recently released her fourth single, "Beauty in Everything," which draws inspiration from her time in the ethereal South of France.
"Ginny & Georgia" is a highly anticipated show that recently came out on Netflix. While it was overall well-received, it was also subject to some criticism.
First Amendment Week is back with celebrity guests Angelica Ross and Vic Mensa. Get more familiar with their projects with some recommendations from the L+A staff.
Support Black businesses during Black History Month by checking out this virtual magazine.
The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising held a virtual conversation with May to discuss the looks she created for iconic films such as “Clueless,” “Never Been Kissed” and “Enchanted.”