News Archives March 2021

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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 …

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The new members of the 2021-2022 ASLMU have been announced. The Loyolan reached out to the winners for a glimpse into their goals in their new positions.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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This week, incoming CFO Aimee Uen sat down with the Loyolan to talk about her job transition and how the Business and Finance Division has fared operating remotely.

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The University celebrated the awarding of the LMU Presidential Award to Robert (Bob) and Helen Singleton, M.A., ('85) in a virtual event on Mar. 16.

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Containment and vaccination strategies for COVID-19 strengthen hope, but the U.S. remains in the thick of the pandemic.

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