Videos Archives October 2019

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How have the recent illnesses and pushbacks on vape products affected your life? LMU first years speak about the vaping culture on campus and the recent measures to ban certain vape products.

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Leaves are turning, pumpkins are ripe for the picking and sweater weather is upon us ... well, everywhere other than L.A. Here are six fall activities for LMU students who miss the autumn weather.

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Spencer Miller, a freshman biochemistry major and transgender student at LMU, discusses what it is like to be trans in an era in which the community frequently experiences discrimination and violence.

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Students reflect on the variety at vendors and activities at Wellness Wednesdays, an event hosted by ASLMU and located on LMU’s Lawton Plaza every Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Tucked behind Doheny Hall, The Cycling Lion provides free or low-cost services for bikes. Watch manager Ryan Burke discuss the importance of the program and how it has grown.

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LMU men’s basketball is back on the court in preparation for next month’s season opener, and players Joe Quintana and Erik Johansson share how they plan to replicate the success of last year’s 22-win season.

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The Center for Service and Action’s Patrick Furlong (’06) reflects on his extensive LMU experience as a student, alumnus and staff member, including his current work nurturing students looking to make a difference in their communities and the world.

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One Fox News commentator compared the youthful climate strikers to Stephen King's "Children of the Corn". LMU students weigh in on the potential for violence at the climate strikes.

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LMU student, resident advisor and Fallalpalooza opener YoYo Nosa talks about her music and the difference between celebrity status and being truly legendary.

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On this semester's last episode of 100 Lions, we catch up with junior English major, ASLMU Vice President of Student Wellness and 2021 Newman Civic Fellow Hannah Stewart. Watch her discuss her involvement on campus, passion for advocating for mental health and potential plans post-grad.

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The most recent recipients of the President's Award, Emeritus Professor Dr. Robert (Bob) Singleton and wife Helen Singleton, M.A. ('85), were Freedom Riders in the '60s before their longstanding involvements with teaching and the arts. The Loyolan sat down with them to discuss their careers,…

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Welcome back to another episode of 100 Lions! Last week, we sat down with Chris DiIorio ('04), Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer at Shondaland, to discuss what goes into a successful multimedia marketing campaign, his favorite aspects of working in the entertainment industry …

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