With the 2022 midterm elections approaching, Fernando Guerra spoke to LMU students and the Latinx community about the importance of voting.
For Latine Heritage Month, LMU speakers including Mia Davis, the new director for Office of Black Student Services, reflected on their experiences navigating their dual identities at Duality and Identity/Latine Talk.
Students protest on behalf of FM employees outside University President and Board of Trustees meeting
Beyond the ropes and security guards of a meeting for the Board of Trustees, an LMU student demonstration calls for higher wages for FM employees.
Latine/Queer Students Art Exhibit highlights Latinx and LGBTQ artwork. Four visual artists reflect on their own artwork and journeys as artists.
Bienvenida event gave students and alumni a moment to bond with friends, eat tamales and celebrate Latinx Heritage.
To celebrate Latinx Heritage Month, five LMU students shared a few things about their heritage.
Lip-sync guru and “RuPaul’s Drag Race” alum Silky Nutmeg Ganache’s show marked Mane Entertainment’s first celebrity performance in three years.
Latine Heritage Month is almost here! LMU organizations have planned month filled of events to celebrate the culture of the Latin American community.
Sophomore Talia Bernstein shares her experience living between Texas and California post Roe V. Wade.
No one with a uterus should feel like they don’t have a choice over their own body. It’s their own body, their own choice, their own walk in their faith and their own story.
The Loyolan sat down with on-campus advocate for the neurodiverse and autistic communities, JP Powell, to share their experience.
A recent experience with Student Psychological Services regarding the outdated and offensive language within provided pamphlets proves that change is still possible on campus.
The LMU community marched across campus to President Timothy Law Snyder's, Ph.D., office demanding increased wages for FM employees
Lyza Weisman, a vocal advocate for muscular dystrophy, spoke with the Loyolan about her experience with the power outage.
What's wrong with sex in public? Find out during this week's social justice events.
With Sexual Assault Awareness Month coming to an end, Veronica Manz reflected on the Clothesline Project and shared a new announcement.
One year ago, The Center for Service and Action began a campaign to rename the center after its founder. This past March, the campaign was completed as funding was secured.
The Loyolan met with a Facilities Management employee to discuss their working conditions, wage and story following their anonymous statement released two weeks ago.
Students should show up to student-led events for their classmates, but won’t attend unless they are somehow connected to it.
Take it off the Bluff this week to visit a social justice event at a bookstore, or stay close to home with a market on O'Malley Lawn.
This week, students can learn about social responsibilities in the media industry or attend a candlelight vigil for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
For their third event of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, LMU CARES collaborated with Mane Entertainment as an open mic night to provide a platform for awareness.
Thirty banners for the Inclusive History and Images project were installed over spring break. While many students found them to be misleading, the committee shared what's ahead for the project.
Four student abolitionists advocating for restorative justice in LA’s prison system shared their mission with students at the Alternative Break trip panel discussion.
Critical race theory has been all over the news, portrayed as anything from sinister curriculum to a Marxist plot, but the messaging around it is grounded in misinformation and hidden intent.
Attend film screenings, lectures and panel discussions this week to explore topics like reproductive justice, gender inequities and the climate crisis.
Transgender students reflect on what it means to be visibly themselves, everyday on campus.
This week, students can attend a lecture on climate change and migration, watch an African artistic performance or sit in on a panel discussion on public health and Indigenous communities.
Resilience organized a week’s worth of events to help students learn more about immigration, allyship and resources for DACAmented and undocumented students.
Take part in Sexual Assault Awareness Month by attending these events.
Cesar Chavez Day reminds the LMU community to appreciate and acknowledge essential workers.
Agency and privilege are powerful but not enough to support the rights and well-being of marginalized groups.
Lions reflect on their experiences embarking on Alternative Break trips all across the country.
A university education is most valuable when it challenges your ideas and allowing you to grow. This is the function of intellectual discomfort, which should be able to exist without damaging repercussions.
Father James Bretzke uses 2019 film “Parasite” to lead a discussion on intersectionality of race and class.
Gender, climate change, war and freedom of press are all on the docket for this week's events.
Lions take to Instagram to share their experiences with microaggressions at LMU.
Wellness Wednesday is a great place to practice self-care, but how can we make this feel like an opportunity for wellness for everyone?
FitWell's new G.I.G. workout offering is not only inclusive, but incredibly important.
Students enjoyed good food and rocked the night away at the Black Excellence Party.
As Spring Break 2022 comes to an end, students should take time to reflect on their responsibility as ethical world travelers.
Take a free shuttle to a film screening, admire primary documents from World War II or learn about emergency response times in Los Angeles during this week's featured social justice events.
New Texas and Florida legislation is terrorizing an already challenging path for transgender youth.
Students express their feelings about Black History Month and share who they admire.
The death of former Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst has fostered livid conversation and we need to do better.
The Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, the urban and environmental studies department and the African American studies department collaborated for a new installment of their speaker series.
LMU guest speaker Peter Staley reflects on the AIDS crisis that propelled him towards activism, where he fought AIDS and partied alongside a "glorious family."
After 23 years on campus, Chi Delta Theta is finally a recognized multicultural sorority.
Celebrate Black History Month or hear from LGBTQ+ leaders this week at LMU.
All four directors at Ethnic and Intercultural Services have resigned within the last two semesters.