News Archives February 2019

  • 0

The annual New Idea Pitch Competition, held by the College of Business Administration, allowed students to present their new entrepreneurial ideas in front of judges and a live audience.

  • Updated
  • 1

The church, well-known for its frequent protests, gathered outside the back entrance to rail against the university's Catholic values.

  • Updated
  • 1

Jesse Williams, actor and activist, was interviewed by former Loyolan Editor-in-Chief Kellie Chudzinski and ASLMU Vice President Brenda Quintanilla for First Amendment Week on Wednesday, Feb. 20.

  • 0

An update on the reports of crime on campus for the week of Feb. 13. All cases currently remain open and under investigation, according to Public Safety.

  • 0

Convenience stores (C-stores), an on-campus grocery chain also known as The Grid, has made changes to their pricing and types of items sold during the December break. The goal was to keep C-stores fair and affordable, and the latest audit of products sold provided LMU Hospitality with an opp…

  • 0

The Westboro Baptist Church will be picketing LMU on Monday, Feb. 25, at 9:30 a.m. Though their motivations are unknown, the organization will be in Los Angeles to picket the Academy Awards, according to the Westboro Baptist Church website.

  • 0

This week, Assistant News Editor Molly Box sat down with Barbara Bonney Award recipient and director of the Center for Service and Action (CSA), Pam Rector.

  • 0

The events held during the weekend of Feb. 15-17 included panels and speakers discussing the LMU community and a social justice-oriented service event.

  • 0

An update on the reports of crime on campus for the week of Feb. 6. All cases currently remain open and under investigation, according to Public Safety.

  • Updated
  • 3

The announcement that the student club Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) will host American conservative political commentator and writer Ben Shapiro to speak on campus on April 3 has caused controversial backlash from the LMU community.

  • 0

Eleven students performed scenes and monologues based on real life stories from said students’ interviews with Francisco Homes, a restorative justice project providing transitional living for men who were formerly incarcerated.

  • 0

This year, Black History Month celebrations at LMU kicked off with several booths offering food, clothes and jewelry on Lawton Plaza. Hosted by the African Students Association, the event, at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 1, attracted many attendees.

  • 0

This week, news intern Sofia Hathorn sat down with LMU's new director of study abroad, Lisa Loberg, to discuss her love for travel and advice for students looking to study abroad.

  • Updated
  • 0

Journalism department hosts guest lecturer and Provost Professor at University of Southern California Henry Jenkins to discuss the role popular culture plays in politics.

  • Updated
  • 0

Mane Entertainment and LMU athletics collaborated to host a tailgate before the Jan. 31 men's basketball game.

  • Updated
  • 0

An update on the reports of crime on campus for the week of Jan. 23. All of these cases currently remain open and under investigation, according to Public Safety.

  • Updated
  • 0

After identifying this need among students, a committee of staff members came together to look into existing tools and what other universities offer. 

Recent Posts

  • Updated
  • 1

LMU announced its Valedictorian, Scholar of the Year and Ignatian and Marian award winners at this year's Academic Award Convocation on April 21.

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!