News Archives March 2019

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Jordan Pace, RHA director of service and justice, organized an art and speech exhibit that promotes social justice.

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Elections for the 2019-2020 ASLMU Senate will take place from March 26-28. Here is everything you need to know about the different positions and candidates.

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GradFest 2019 took place March 20 and 21 at the LMU Bookstore, located on the ground floor of the Von Der Ahe Building. GradFest is an annual event that seniors on track to graduate are encouraged to attend to pick up important items for Commencement.

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An update on the reports of crime on campus for the week of Mar. 17. All cases currently remain open and under investigation, according to Public Safety.

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Rev. Albert Koppes, retired associate chancellor of the University, former academic vice president and founding dean of the School of Education, passed away from pneumonia on March 12, 2019. He was 85 years old.

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The Loyolan was given this award by the College Media Association at a recent conference.

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Update 3/13/19 10:24 p.m.: This article has been updated. It originally stated that a March 11 press release detailed sexual assault by Bishop Bennett. In fact, the press release detailed sexual harassment. 

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Acclaimed actor, influencer, author and talk show host Busy Philipps came to LMU for the second annual Alliance of Women Philanthropists (AWP) Speaker Series on Friday to speak on women's health, being a woman in Hollywood and her time as a student at LMU.

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Resident Hall Association (RHA) President Amada Reyes, senior political science and communication studies major, recently received the Pacific Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls President of the Year Award.

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An update on the reports of crime on campus for the week of Feb. 24. All cases currently remain open and under investigation, according to Public Safety.

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In a Community Advisory email sent out on Oct. 22, the University announced that, in accordance with Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) guidelines, it would no longer enforce the modified quarantine policy. This change in policy will go into effect beginning Friday, Oct. 22. 

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After filing an amendment to LMU's 2011 master plan in 2019, the University held a hearing with the city of Los Angeles on Oct. 18 to share details on the amendment.

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