BoundlessLMU, a program that helps undocumented or mixed-status students find paid internships and pays unpaid interns or fellows with stipends, is a newly founded student-led organization.
News Archives November 2021
While Community of Care does not provide emergency housing to students, it does help unhoused students contact and coordinate with the appropriate resources to accommodate them.
An LMU alert was sent out to the LMU Community at 9:03 a.m. on Nov. 22 stating that a fire had been reported inside Daum Hall on the Westchester campus. The email advised those in or around the building to evacuate the area immediately and leave any belongings behind.
A women's rights protest occurred on Nov. 17. Asking, "Does LMU only care about their 'pro-life' donors?" in reaction to the pro-life demonstration on Nov. 5 protesting Women in Politics Planned Parenthood fundraiser.
Under the theme "Realizing the Impossible," President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., praised students and faculty for their acclimation back to campus in his fall 2021 convocation address.
Student Psychological Services (SPS) and SPS Director Kristin Linden, Ph.D., aim to inform students on mental health and wellness resources available to them as the semester comes to a close.
With ASLMU's new proposal, 20 prospective students would have the opportunity to spend a weekend at LMU, with all travel costs covered, to learn more about LMU and college readiness.
The annual Veteran Appreciation Week exhibit celebrated its opening this week, featuring veteran profiles from the LMU community, a prisoner-of-war and missing-in-action memorial, photographs and military paraphernalia.
While the University is transferring endowment money to a fund with fossil fuel exclusions, student-led Divest LMU continues to work toward the University's environmental improvement.
Removed in summer 2020, reinstalled in fall 2020 and still a point of contention for its historical implications, the statue of Reverend Junípero Serra was discussed by four panelists in a dedicated reflection on Nov. 4.
LMU's Women in Politics (WiP) controversial fundraiser ended in a night of dancing, counter-protests and over 4,000 dollars raised for Planned Parenthood.
Having grown up in the foster care system, junior sociology major Ryan Moses has collaborated with other LMU students to launch Do Gud, a clothing brand that donates 10% of their proceeds to foster youth.
Oliver Plunkett Rafferty, S.J., visits LMU this year as part of the Visiting Jesuit Scholar Program while on sabbatical from Boston College. He sat down with the Loyolan to speak about his experience on the Bluff and in LMU Irish studies in this week's edition of Burning Questions.
LMU's new senior VP for Student Affairs reflects on her 24-year career, commitment to student life and plans for the coming year.