This week asst. news editor, Kennedi Hewitt, sat down with LMU's National Association of Black Journalists president, Dailyn Colston.
News Archives February 2020
While the Loyolan has previously reported on the new Gender and Intersectional Identities Living Learning Community (LLC), there are another three new living communities being introduced in fall 2020: the Arrupe LLC, Entrepreneurship: Innovating for Resilient Communities, and Vanier. All fou…
The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, the right to assemble and the right to petitioning.Libel, a written defamation is not protected under the First Amendment.Symbolic speech––deliberate expression of ideas th…
The Bluff at LMU is widely known for offering spectacular views of Los Angeles that span from the Pacific Ocean to downtown. However, some LMU students flock to the benches on the Bluff for more than just a pretty sunset. Among students, the Bluff – which offers a sense of seclusion – is kno…
LMU is adding a new Living Learning Community that will allow students to learn and grow in the context of gender and sexual identity.
The Latinx Staff Association returns with plans to bridge the Latinx community at LMU and provide a voice to furloughed staff members.
In a letter from the Office of the President, the University announced its update on reopening plans for spring 2021.
Environmental organization Heal the Bay severed ties with the natural gas company due to concerns about their climate practices.