An LMU alert was sent out to the LMU Community at 9:03 a.m. on Nov. 22 stating that a fire had been reported inside Daum Hall on the Westchester campus. The email advised those in or around the building to evacuate the area immediately and leave any belongings behind.
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Under the theme "Realizing the Impossible," President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., praised students and faculty for their acclimation back to campus in his fall 2021 convocation address.
A women's rights protest occurred on Nov. 17. Asking, "Does LMU only care about their 'pro-life' donors?" in reaction to the pro-life demonstration on Nov. 5 protesting Women in Politics Planned Parenthood fundraiser.