There is still no designated gender-inclusive housing on campus. Set to be one of Palm South's inaugural living pods, the new Gender Identity and Intersectionality Living Community remains inactive.
A new Texas law banning most abortions was not blocked by the Supreme Court, threatening reproductive rights for all Americans.
Finals are a difficult time for everyone, and for students with DSS, accommodations, finals have become more than stressful. We are forgotten and left out.
LMU sorority sisters gathered to talk with Debraoh Schleicher from the Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center about what can be done with sexual assault on campus and in Greek life.
Groups like Divest LMU, YDSA and Herbicide Free LMU are all pushing for environmental action at LMU, and VP of Sustainability Sean Richards has ambitious plans.
Los Angeles' 11th District could see seven new cabin communities, safe camping or Safe Parking locations in the Westchester area to serve unhoused persons if councilmember Mike Bonin's proposal is approved.
The U.S. is the only industrialized country to not guarantee healthcare to its citizens. But the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines demonstrates why we should.
Gaslighting can make a person question their own experiences and realities. It is a power tactic often used by institutions to avoid conflict.
Violence against the AAPI community has increased tremendously, and after a fatal shooting last week, LMU initially responded with silence.
The model minority myth and the fetishization of Asian women for generations has resulted in prejudice against Asian Americans as well as violence, leading to the shootings in Atlanta, Ga. this month.
Workers at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama will vote by March 29 on whether to unionize, which could prompt a nationwide movement to unionize in other warehouses.
Bellarmine Forum event hosted Dr. Deva Woodly to discuss her upcoming book and the "politics of care."
Professor Kathleen Kim hosted a discussion with law student Ashley Kim and actress Vivian Bang to discuss violence against Asian Americans, which has been on the rise during the COVID-19 pandemic.
LMU women’s and gender studies professor Stella Oh, Ph.D. spoke about the power in reading stories from the margins and recommended some of the novels she's shared with her Literature by Women of Color class.
LMU's music program is making headway in diversifying the student body and program curriculum in response to a push for better representation and cultural breadth in music education.
Organized by LMU students, a group of protesters demonstrated in Playa Vista in a show of solidarity between Black and Asian community members.
Pulling from 15 years of experience and a lifetime living in a country that relies on mass incarceration, University of Chicago professor Reuben Jonathan Miller discussed his new book "Halfway Home: Race, Punishment, and the Afterlife of Mass Incarceration."
With a death rate significantly higher than the national average, there is no reason people with disabilities should not be a vaccination priority.
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.