Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Maria Salinas will deliver the commencement addresses to LMU students on May 11 and 12.
News Archives April 2019
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.
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…
In light of a recent USC court case, the state of California is mandating all universities and colleges change their sexual assault code of conduct.
President Trump signed an executive order on March 21 that required federal agencies to withhold funding for colleges that fail to enforce free speech on their campuses.
Special Games 2019 was held on Saturday, March 30 in Sunken Gardens to bring the L.A. community together. People with special needs from anywhere in L.A. were welcome to come and participate.
In addition to presenting on Puerto Rican independence, famed activist Rosa Clemente also discussed a variety of other social justice-related topics with attendees.
Students are not surprised at the cancellation of study abroad for the fall 2021 semester, but many worry they will lose out on the opportunity before graduating.
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.
Derek Chauvin has been found guilty on all counts for the death of George Floyd. Various parts of the LMU community, including the Office of the President and the School of Education, have released statements in response.