News Archives April 2019

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The annual Student Service and Leadership Awards (SSLA) ceremony was held at the Sacred Heart Chapel on Friday, April 26 at 3 p.m. The SSLA are meant to recognize students who have had outstanding achievement and leadership positions during their time at LMU.

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This week, Senior Editor Sami Leung sat down with Tom Ford, co-director of the Coast Research Institute, executive director of the Bay Foundation and a part-time faculty member teaching environmental science.

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LMU is one of the top producers of Fulbright scholars, according to a list published by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Scholars use their grants to study, teach English and conduct research abroad.

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The Los Angeles Loyolan prides itself on providing accurate, relevant and responsible news and information to the LMU community. On Wednesday, April 10, we failed. 

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The Academic Community of Excellence (ACE) serves to support underrepresented students with goals of enrolling in graduate and professional programs. According to their website, the program was first implemented in 2004, as a part of a larger initiative to "provid[e] support for historically…

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This year, the annual Gryphon Games, hosted by Gryphon Circle Service Organization, was held on April 6 in Sunken Garden. Each year, the organization invites elementary and middle school students to campus for a day of games and activities.

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Recently, there have been a string of thefts on campus of students' personal items. This week, Isabella Murillo, news editor, sat down with Danny Martinez, chief of Department of Public Safety (DPS) to discuss this.

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Dr. David A. Sánchez, an associate professor of Early Christianity and Christian Origins at LMU, died of an apparent heart attack while hiking in Eaton Canyon on April 6.

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An update on the reports of crime on campus for the week of March 31. All cases currently remain open and under investigation, according to Public Safety.

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This week, asst. news editor Molly Jean Box sat down with political science professor Evan Gerstmann to discuss his new book, "Campus Sexual Assault: Constitutional Rights and Fundamental Fairness"

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Shapiro's speaking events at college campuses are well-known for the student demonstrations they often result in.

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In light of a significant decrease in COVID-19 cases at LMU and L.A. County, LMU has updated the testing schedule for those in the mandatory surveillance testing program. The University is also encouraging all students to get vaccinated before returning to campus in the fall.

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