In recent months, the LMU women's basketball team has been working on a number of social justice initiatives. Here, we sat down with them to learn more about what their individualized, social justice-related jerseys mean to them.
"Shut up and dribble" has long been the thinking many have had regarding the intersection of sports and social justice. However, we talked with members of the LMU women's basketball team about the power that their voices as athletes have and gained insight into the social justice work they a…
After debuting their jerseys for the season, the women's basketball team drummed up conversation around the issues that matter to them. Five players told the Loyolan what the statement they wear on the court means to them.
First Amendment Week (FAW) exists to celebrate champions of expression and to encourage others to exercise that freedom. When ESPN sportswriter Jemele Hill was a FAW Speaker, she explained her philosophy for social justice as an incremental battle: "Try your best to get people to move 10%, r…
The protests in India have not gotten much attention in the United States or on campus. Sikh Student Association is doing something about it.
Professor Tyson joined LMU students and faculty to discuss how justice in the aftermath of sexual violence can alternatively be handled through community.
Actress and playwright Ngozi Anyanwu discussed issues of social justice with LMU students at the first PRISM speaker series event of the year.
Biden certainly is not perfect, and should be subject to reasonable critique. However, he has already taken a number of steps forward for social justice.
During the Policing L.A. Forum, LMU faculty elaborated on their work with George Gascón to bring about progressive change in L.A. County’s criminal justice system.
In an hour rife with hard political data and dry humor, LMU's Global Policy Institute hosted one of Politico's top 50 political influencers.
"Honestly, there are no challenges, only rewards," José Miguel Camacho said while reflecting on his POC-centered art initiative.
Many Americans are disenchanted with politicians' default being calls for unity, as the sentiment is a little too reminiscent of the empty 'thoughts and prayers.' Action will do more for unity than any nice tweet.
Students and professors attended a virtual teach-in created by the history department to connect the recent U.S. inauguration of President Joe Biden to other historical transitions of power.
This month, unprecedented violence at the U.S. Capitol building disturbed Americans across the country and President Trump faced his second impeachment as a culmination to a presidency rife with controversy. Three LMU students want him out of the Oval Office sooner rather than later.
The members of the LMU women's basketball team share how their new social justice committee has impacted them this semester.
In the days following this year’s general election, the nation was shocked to see the results of both Senate seats in Georgia were pushed back by a runoff election. Both elections are now scheduled to take place on Jan. 5. Since these seats are still not filled, the control of the Senate rem…
With Kamala Harris being the very first Black, South Asian and female Vice President-elect, her leadership is bound to bring changes for the better.
International Education Week featured discussions on Black Lives Matter in Costa Rica, police brutality in Guatemala and student activism in Nicaragua.
Baseball has long been known as the sport of tradition, but Major League Baseball (MLB) is finally establishing a more inclusive future.
Women of color have been leading the way in the U.S. for generations — they have been on the frontlines of fighting voter suppression, breaking glass ceilings and leading activist movements.
How will the outcome of this election impact the physical, social and political climate at LMU?
A 15-hour shift on Nov. 3 was a welcome distraction from the tension of the day, but as much as feeling like a part of the action helped, it couldn't keep me from reading the headlines.
Many states passed new measures to forward different social justice goals, including LGBTQ+ rights, voting rights and environmental protections.