The Los Angeles Loyolan is one of the country's leading college newspapers, and has been running weekly publications for over 60 years. In 2005, the Loyolan launched a digital platform under this domain, transitioning to simultaneously work in print and digital medias. The Loyolan's dedicated staff works to produce a weekly newspaper, filled with editorial content in the original sections of news, life and arts, sports and opinion columns. Since then, multimedia and video content has expanded, and new sections like the Bluff, Social Justice and Cartoon have been added. These archives exist to bring all of that work closer to the Loyolan’s dedicated readership.


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