On May 25 George Floyd was murdered by Derek Chauvin of the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD), according to The Washington Post.
News Archives May 2020
Being at LMU is one of the greatest privileges any person could ask for. Every day I woke up on the Bluff felt like waking up in a five-star resort. This kind of luxury—made even better by LMU’s first-class education— can make life almost tediously perfect. It makes it that much harder when …
I have always been bad with expectations, both scared of setting them too high and scared that they would inevitably be disrupted, fail or be let down in some unexpected way. In high school, one of my friends would jokingly say, “Set your expectations low and you will always exceed them,” an…
I’ve worked at the Loyolan since my first year at LMU. When I initially applied to the cartoon section, I just saw it as a nice part time job that I could do during school. I soon realized the newspaper was much more than that. Looking back, the Loyolan is one of the most consistent things I…
This week, News Intern Accalia Rositani remotely sat down with Hallie Ryan, 2020 valedictorian, to talk about her achievement and her time at LMU.
In the wake of COVID-19, students internship and job prospects are being affected, resulting in significant alterations and cancellations of their plans.
After being in online classes for a little over a month, the challenges of COVID-19 have left students unmotivated and worried about how they will occupy themselves once school gets out.
Following an announcement from President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., that the Vice President for Intercultural Affairs Jennifer Abe will complete her term in December of 2021, the Loyolan met with Abe to discuss her experience in the role thus far and her goals before leaving.
Once a professor in the LMU philosophy department, James Hanink is now a gubernatorial candidate in the recall election against Governor Gavin Newsom.