News Archives March 2019
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.
The debate was held in St. Robert's Auditorium and included questions, both prepared initially and taken from the audience, asked to candidates.
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.
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.
A woman who worked for former LMU School of Education Dean Shane Martin filed a whistleblower lawsuit claiming she was fired after refusing to comply with Martin's attempts to misuse university funds.
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.