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.
News Archives October 2020
Just a week out from the presidential election, the Senate has confirmed Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Students reflect on the nature and impact of this decision that comes in an already atypical year.
Following the guidance of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, LMU has launched a COVID Support Team which aims to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
The LMU community has learned to grapple with the challenges of online instruction. Even with possible hybrid learning, this could continue into the spring.
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…
The recent amendments made to Title IX focus on due process protections and fairness for survivors of sexual harassment in schools; yet some question whether such requirements will truly lead to justice for students.
A survey of LMU students reveals what issues students are most concerned about and how they feel about voting in the presidential election.
Assistant Professor of Sociology Roberto Cancio, having been awarded funds from the Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program of California, describes the unique and comprehensive approach his study will take in order to improve the complex issue.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni met with University leadership in an attempt to discuss the University's official response to #BlackatLMU student demands.
In August, cases increased for young adults by 55%, causing questions about the safety of in-person instruction.
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…
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.