News Archives December 2020
Students and faculty of the Jewish LMU community joined together virtually for the lighting of the first candle on the menorah in celebration of the start of Hanukkah.
Despite their first semester of college being remote and the future of their time on campus remaining uncertain, freshmen continue to be optimistic about what the remainder of their college experience will look like.
Brown, an employee at the Center for Service and Action, details her year of quarantine, COVID-19 and coming to terms.
A clinically approved vaccine is finally being distributed, but will the U.S. be one of the last to receive the amount of doses it needs?
Mayorkas has spent his career advocating for immigrants’ rights, and plans to bring this expertise into his new position.
This week, assistant news editor, Accalia Rositani sat down with the new Director for the Office of Black Student Services (OBSS), Jeffrey Dolliole, to discuss his return to the Bluff and new role at LMU.
A new resolution has been drafted by ASLMU and ISU to demand the permanent removal of the statue of Father Junípero Serra on campus after the University announced it would be reinstalled.
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.