News Archives October 2020

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Despite study abroad programs being cancelled for the spring 2021 semester, students have the opportunity to connect and engage with internationally based institutions through Study Abroad's new virtual internships.

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The statue of Serra that was removed over the summer will soon be reinstalled on campus despite his violent history against Indigenous Californians. 

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With the 2020 presidential election less than two weeks away, here's where students can vote on and around campus.

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LMU is planning on “limited, low-density” in-person classes for the spring 2021 semester, according to an address from Provost Thomas Poon. Classes are being scheduled online until the University can receive clearance from public health officials. L.A. County must improve in COVID-19 cases f…

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In a statement to the Loyolan, ASLMU Senator for Diversity and Inclusion Stephanie Martinez said that she will be appealing her impeachment. As previously reported by the Loyolan, the judicial branch of the senate will review the appeal.

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This week, asst. news editor Accalia Rositani joined LMU's newest Jesuit, Fr. David Romero, S.J, over Zoom to discuss his vocation and how he's faring in the recent transition.

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Head coach of men's and women's cross country and track and field,  Scott Guerrero, will not have his contract renewed announced the University on May 18. "We are very thankful to Scott for his contributions to our cross country and track programs and university as a whole," said Athletic Di…

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