In his first public statement regarding the current investigation into claims of abuse by student athletes, LMU President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D, stated that the claims of psychological abusive coaching being made on social media by current and former members of the LMU cross country team …
News Archives March 2021
Following a rise of Sinophobia and anti-Asian sentiment, the Asian and Pacific Islander Student Coalition has released demands that seek the University's support in place of performative activism.
Welcomed by BCLA faculty and students, Stop AAPI Hate leader Manjusha Kulkarni broke down the previous year's 3,795 reported anti-Asian hate incidents and outlined the formation of her organization.
The University is investigating “possible misconduct” after Rosalie “Rosie” Cruz, a redshirt junior women’s athlete, published a series of tweets on March 25 alleging the coaching environment of the team was “psychologically abusive." Cruz’s posts set off an outpouring of response and multi…
The ASLMU presidential and vice presidential debate included questions on improving diversity and inclusion, promoting equity for all students and how LMU can work towards being an anti-racist institution.
As a dramatic increase in anti-Asian violence leaves the nation frustrated, leaders and institutions begin to offer their statements on the ongoing discrimination and violence. LMU President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., and Vice President of Student Affairs Lane Bove are among those who have extended their sentiments.
With the cancellation of expected financial aid awards, and lack of communication from the Student Housing Office accompanying the postponement of the Resident Advisor program, prospective RAs are growing frustrated.
A fire has started in Ballona Creek located by the intersection of Jefferson and Lincoln Boulevard near LMU’s front entrance. First Lady Carol Costello reported big flames and high winds near the University and stated that the brushfire was being fought by air.
The University announced that the LMU Vaccination Center is open to all LMU faculty, staff, contractors and student workers by appointment only, in a communication on March 22.
Despite the ongoing uncertainty of educators in the pandemic, Provost Poon led with a hopeful tone in the most recent LMU Town Hall.
Before honoring Robert (Bob) and Helen Singleton, M.A., ('85) with LMU's President's Award, they participated in a Bellarmine Forum discussing Black Liberation today.
In his Seaver Spotlight event, "Your God is Too Small," Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J., countered the idea that science and religion cannot intertwine.
The Trustee Scholarship, the largest financial award available, has been discontinued for the 2021-2022 academic year following COVID-19 repercussions.
Organized by LMU students, a group of protesters demonstrated in Playa Vista in a show of solidarity between Black and Asian community members.
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.