Videos Archives April 2019

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Erica Privott, assistant director of engineering, science, & technology professions at Career and Professional Development, shares helpful advice about applying for internships and how to improve your professional image.

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Buster arrives on the next installment of 100 Yard Lectures! Austin Good asks Father Eddie Siebert, Buster’s caretaker, about the role of him on campus, his development as a therapy dog and the importance of a therapy dog for students at LMU.

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With Earth Day right around the corner, check out a behind-the-scenes look at LMU's sustainability office, Green LMU! Get the inside scoop on all that Green LMU does and how it works to keep our school environmentally friendly with Head Campus Sustainability Officer Ian McKeown.

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How many peeps can you fit in your mouth? Brooks Lalley from Iggy on the Street to search far and wide to find the best peep-eater at LMU.

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The NBA has begun with many questions about the future of the Golden State Warriors, the effectiveness of the Harden-led Houston Rockets, the emergence of Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks, and the truth behind Leonard’s defensive Toronto Raptors. The Loyolan’s Sports Section comes toget…

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During the annual Preview day, accepted incoming freshman swarm to campus for the day. Learn what to do to avoid the questions, food lines and crowds.

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With the 8th and final season of Game of Thrones, premiering tonight, April 14th, The Loyolan asked LMU students to share their expectations and predictions for the upcoming season.

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As vaccinations continue to stand in the contemporary spotlight with recent outbreaks of measles and other preventable diseases, The Loyolan speaks with Campus Physician Dr. Hyslop about the current anti-vaxxer landscape in a new segment called 100 Yard Lectures.

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Walking with Women, a spring fashion show on campus, was held April 6th in affiliation with all seven sororities, hercampus and the alliance of women philanthropists. Not only was the show empowering for all women designers and models, but all the money raised went to LMU Panhellenic Council…

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Before Ben Shapiro steps foot on LMU’s campus for one of the most controversial events LMU has hosted, two students— highly involved in opposing sides of the controversy— share their thought process and opinions.

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A few weeks away from graduation, The Loyolan talks with ASLMU president Alo Coleman about his experience at Loyola Marymount over his four years, as he offers advice to freshmen and speaks on what makes LMU so special as a university.

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A long weekend might be nice, but few recognize the history behind Cesar Chavez day on April 1. LMU students reflect on the importance of celebrating social justice figures such as Chavez on their day off.

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On this episode of 100 Lions, we talked to Leezel Tanglao '04 about her work in journalism and communications post-grad, Tayo Help, the COVID-19 help desk for Filipinos that she works on, and what she misses about LMU.

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"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…

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