Mental heath affects 1 in 4 students on college campuses, yet is a topic not widely discussed at universities. The Los Angeles Loyolan and Roar Studios set out to bring awareness to what individuals at LMU face in their daily lives and how we can best support one another. Premiering April 16.
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This year, many students are able to vote for president for the first time. Most have chosen to vote by mail, in large part due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic 🗳 Although many LMU students are enthusiastic about their ability to participate in the election, many reported only a mid level of confidence in the fairness and legitimacy of the results. Among the concerns are the safety of in-person voting, low voter turnout and interference or fraud. Students also said they felt unease about Trump’s lack of commitment to a peaceful transfer of power. Voting by young adults could have a huge impact on the election. The deadline to register to vote in California is Oct. 19. Read full story in bio 📩 Graphic: Kate Leahy • Loyolan
Anthony Bodlovic is an art therapist and director of Marital and Family Therapy at LMU. The art therapist uses his work to express his queerness and he has also helped empathize with his patients that are dealing with queer issues such as coming out. Being raised by Croatian immigrants, Bodl…
Mental health is an issue that affects millions of individuals. With recent events that have occurred, it is important to know how to how to care for ourselves. After all, it is crucial for success.