The senator for diversity and inclusion is facing backlash after a series of controversial tweets and the creation of a pro-Trump Instagram page.
News Archives September 2020
RBG's death has led to a debate over whether a new justice should be appointed before or after the upcoming presidential election.
Friends of Ballona Wetlands and Heal the Bay are bringing hands-on learning experiences to children in the L.A. area despite remote learning restrictions.
Studies show there's been an increase in mental health complications among college students due to the pandemic. Here's how to navigate SPS resources during this stressful time.
The BFSA plans to speak with President Snyder to ensure that the demands of LMU's Black community will be met.
If Laura Vaida, a sophomore physics major, had returned home to Romania when campus closed in early March, her physics class would have taken place at midnight. This led to Vaida's decision to stay on campus, where she is planning to remain through the fall semester.
On Friday Sep 4th, President Snyder and Vice President for Intercultural Affairs, Jennifer Abe, released a response to the demands from #BlackatLMU and the Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA) entitled “Acknowledgement of Understanding and Commitment: LMU’s Response to Black at LMU’s D…
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.