- Director of Study Abroad speaks on returning to programming this semester
- This week's not-to-miss social justice events: Jan. 19-25
- New head coach Chris Chamides hopes to bring fresh start to women’s soccer program
- Women’s basketball has successful winter break despite postponements
- Restorative justice: the future of LMU?
Commemorating the National Day of Racial Healing and fulfilling an effort that began in summer 2021, LMU's Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Center was inaugurated on Jan. 18. Read more
Stephen Sauer, a former LMU Jesuit, was recently arrested in Louisiana on five counts of video voyeurism and one count of sexual battery. Read more
After a disappointing wild-card loss to the San Francisco 49ers, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott had some unpleasant comments regarding the ending of the game. Read more...
After several lackluster seasons, LMU's women's soccer program hopes that a new coach will help get them back on track. Read more...
Women's basketball experienced a winning streak over winter break, securing victories over Texas State and Cal State Fullerton. Read more...
Music director and conductor of the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles Ernest Harrison is named professor of the second section of the new Music and Social justice course.
To celebrate the Loyolan's 100th year, William H. Hannon Library is featuring a special exhibit that showcases front pages from the Loyolan's past. Take a peek at the exhibit here, and be sure to check it out in person on the first floor of the library!
Welcome back to the last 10 Track Shuffle of the fall semester. We interviewed experimental and electronic singer and producer AMAYAK47, who joined us to talk about creating an immersive atmosphere within a track, as well as her take on the best emcees of all time.
This “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” inspired Golden Ticket promotion was implemented in order to support the understaffed kitchen.
There are a lot of ways that LMU could go about limiting the amount of people that occupy Hannon Library. However, they've decided that this time violence is the answer.