The University will host an in-person commencement on July 31 at SoFi Stadium announced President Timothy Law Synder, Ph.D, in his final Presidential Briefing of the year.
News Archives April 2021
Following the conviction of Derek Chauvin on April 20 for the murder of George Floyd, Dr. William Parham discussed coping strategies for racial trauma.
Justin Levitt, a Loyola Law School professor, will be taking his leave from the University to assume his new position as the White House senior policy advisor for Democracy and Voting Rights. Former students of his are unsurprised at the news of his esteemed role.
The University will require all students returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The announcement, via a community wide communication on April 26, cited “recommendations of the CDC” along with several other factors including similar requirements at o…
As a part of their Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) programming, LMU CARES (Campus Awareness Resource Education Services) hosts Denim Week to raise awareness of all forms of sexual violence within the LMU community.
Students are not surprised at the cancellation of study abroad for the fall 2021 semester, but many worry they will lose out on the opportunity before graduating.
In light of a significant decrease in COVID-19 cases at LMU and L.A. County, LMU has updated the testing schedule for those in the mandatory surveillance testing program. The University is also encouraging all students to get vaccinated before returning to campus in the fall.
Derek Chauvin has been found guilty on all counts for the death of George Floyd. Various parts of the LMU community, including the Office of the President and the School of Education, have released statements in response.
Members of the class of 2021 reflect on their experiences at LMU after the University announced an in-person commencement ceremony will be held in July.
Newly elected ASLMU President Brion Dennis and Vice President Camille Orozco share first priorities, expected challenges and their administration song.
On March 30, President Snyder and his cabinet met with student members of the coalition #BlackatLMU to provide updates on actions taken to meet the coalition's demands and integrate anti-racism into the University.
The Westchester campus will be open, effective immediately, to all students in accordance with updated guidelines from the L.A. County Department of Public Health (LADPH). LMU’s Department of Public Safety released a statement on April 8 outlining the necessary steps for access to campus.
The University announced all access to campus will be closed until further notice due to a possible bomb and shooting threat identified by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). The announcements came in two community wide LMU Alerts on April 7, the first announcing the possible threat at…
To help prevent scams and phishing, Information Technology Services (ITS) will be implementing Multi-Factor Authentication called Duo for student accounts.
Following the two-year term of Jennifer Abe, Ph.D., as vice president of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the search has begun to find her successor.
In acknowledgement of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, LMU ITS published information on their website to help keep students information and devices safe.
This week, news staff writer Joanna Walesiewicz met with LMU crossing guard Albert McCoon to ask him about his typical work day, the best part about his job, his mouse mask and more.