Recently, LMU's food pantry has made changes in order to make it more accessible to students experiencing food insecurity. The food pantry provides free food for students enduring financial hardships. The changes include:
News Archives January 2020
Update 1/30/20 7:10 p.m.: The graphic for this article has been updated. It originally stated that Sig Ep had been found in violation of multiple sections of the Student Conduct Code in Spring 2019, when in reality they were under investigation. They were found in violation in Fall 2019.
Update 1/27/20 6:38 p.m.: This story has been updated to include a quote by a student.
Today, Jan. 23, is the second day of President Trump's trial in the Senate. This is the second phase of the trial process to remove President Trump from office after he was impeached by the House of Representatives on Dec. 19. Trump faces charges of obstruction of Congress and abuse of presi…
President Trump faces charges of obstruction of Congress and abuse of presidential power after the House of Representatives impeached him. Following the impeachment, the Senate will hold a trial to convict or acquit President Trump, which is scheduled to begin today, Jan. 22.
ASLMU introduces their new menstrual hygiene initiative to seven bathrooms around campus.
LMU students and members of the community were invited to join together for a prayer for peace on the steps of Sacred Heart Chapel.
A rundown of the most memorable questions and topics from the sixth Democratic debate hosted by LMU
The Loyolan's Election 2020 team reported on the most recent Democratic Debate hosted at LMU.
Monica Lewinsky will be the featured speaker at this year's First Amendment Week at LMU. Lewinsky, an activist and television personality, was a former White House intern placed at the center of Former President Clinton's impeachment after he lied and then admitted to having an relationship …
Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting, began on the evening of March 22, which has put into question how LMU supports people who practice Islam.
From childhood to being named chair of the women's and gender studies department, Sina Kramer, Ph.D., has embodied a passion for social justice and philosophy.
A campuswide power outage and smoke in the Hilton Center for Business disrupted operations on Wednesday, March 29.