Accalia Rositani Contributions

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Protesters gathered near LMU's north gate on the night of Nov. 5. Yielding signs saying "Pray to end abortion," they stood in opposition to registered student organization Women in Politics' Planned Parenthood Fundraiser. 

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In spring 2021, LMU faculty voted to change the flag core requirements beginning in fall 2022. Students graduating in the spring or summer 2021 are still required to fulfill the requirements.

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Following the announcement of LMU's forthcoming Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT) Campus Center, Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Jennifer Abe, Ph.D., and Ariane White, the first director of the TRHT, spoke with the Loyolan about the center's purpose and its timeline.

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LMU students allege they were victims of a racist verbal assault that occurred Saturday, Sept. 11. According to a tweet by Twitter user ebbykawaii, she was returning back to her on-campus residence with friends when “a blue Tesla filled with white men drove past and made monkey noises before…

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Addressed by the vice president for Intercultural Affairs and an update by the University's Anti-Racism Project, the demands of APISC and other groups will be integrated into LMU's strategic planning process.

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Before the second installment of #ResetTheRoom connects students and creators on April 29, the student organizer behind the series details the organizing process and motivations behind the event.

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In recognition of travel warnings and restrictions still in effect for many countries, the Study Abroad Office has suspended programming for the fall 2021 semester.

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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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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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In a community letter on Feb. 10, Provost Poon confirmed that the class of 2021 will graduate virtually, following in the steps of last year's graduates. Both classes are still promised an in-person celebration in the future.

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Amid ongoing indecision and division, here's what we know about the election so far and where LMU students stand as results continue to unfold.

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With the 2020 presidential election less than two weeks away, here's where students can vote on and around campus.

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This week, asst. news editor Accalia Rositani joined LMU's newest Jesuit, Fr. David Romero, S.J, over Zoom to discuss his vocation and how he's faring in the recent transition.

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With fires still burning all along the West Coast, new reports quantify this year's damage and contextualize it in the larger conversation around climate change.

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Students and faculty share their memories and sentiments of Senior Lecturer in Dance John Todd in light of his passing.