News Archives April 2020

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"Our goal is to return to our campuses next semester," read a message sent out to the LMU community by the Executive Vice President and Provost Thomas Poon on Tuesday, April 28. 

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On Earth Day, the Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve in West Los Angeles is typically bustling with over 100 volunteers working on restoration projects as part of an annual event held by the Friends of Ballona Wetlands (FBW) organization. However, on Earth Day this week, the wetlands sat de…

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In 1976, David Hamilton was a freshman commuter student at LMU looking to get involved on campus. Hamilton walked into the Malone Student Center to find the Los Angeles Loyolan offices — a decision that would shape the entirety of his college career.

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Under unprecedented circumstances with the COVID-19 pandemic and the campus closure, Campus Ministry has announced that all public masses have been canceled. Amidst the suspension, the traditional Easter Triduum masses will not be held at Sacred Heart Chapel.

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Students and faculty share their memories and sentiments of Senior Lecturer in Dance John Todd in light of his passing.

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Jack Palen and Elsie Mares have been elected as ASLMU President and Vice President. The winners were announced on a livestream on the ASLMU Facebook page on April 3 at 6:30 p.m. PST. After three rounds of run-offs, Palen and Mares won with a 53% majority. Below are the rest of the winners. 

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Following the Zoombombing incident on March 25, Information Technology Services (ITS) has established new security protocols to prevent future cyber hacking of online courses.

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