||“Redefining the American Newspaper” feat. L.A. Times executive editor Kevin Merida.
||“Promise and Peril: Fighting climate change one animal at a time” documentary screening; First Amendment Week Iggy Bobblehead Giveaways feat. LMU Baseball and Men’s Basketball.
||“Expression From the Margins” feat. actress and advocate Angelica Ross and rapper and singer Vic Mensa.
||“Freedom of Religion: How Free Are We?” student-centered discussion; First Amendment Week Tip-Off feat. LMU Women’s Basketball.
||“Reclaiming Our Stories” feat. activist and journalist Monica Lewinsky.
||“Voices of Modern Media: Representation in Journalism” panel discussion; “Slam for Social Justice: A Night of Brews and Ballads”.
||Actor and activist Jesse Williams.
||“Trump, Technology and Bad Actors” with Prof. John Nockleby, Loyola Law School; “Pluralism, Prejudice and the Promise of America” with author Eboo Patel; “Generations of Activism” documentary series premiere.
||ESPN sports journalist and Twitter legend Jemele Hill.
||“News, Politics and Immigration” with veteran journalist and immigration expert Robert Suro.
|The death of the First Amendment (1791-2017???)
||“Real News, Fake News and the Ethical Dilemmas of Trump-era Journalism” by Prof. Diane Winston.
||Golden Globe- and Emmy-winning actor and activist America Ferrera
||Race and representation in the media student-led panel discussion.
||Academy Award-winning musician, actor and activist Common
||Interfaith cooperation expert Eboo Patel.
||Former Obama speechwriter Jon Lovett
||Petition Wall; Freedom of Religion Videos; Food for Freedom.
||Academy Award-winning screenwriter and producer Mark Boal
||Freedom of Religion panel, including David W. Burcham, then-president of Loyola Marymount University; Food For Freedom.
||The Editors of The Onion
||Free Speech Open Mic Night and Food For Freedom.
||Emmy-, Grammy-, Oscar- and Tony-award winning musician and activist John Legend
||Time magazine columnist and author Joel Stein; David W. Burcham, then-president of Loyola Marymount University.
||Seth MacFarlane, creator of TV series “Family Guy”
||Fr. Geoffrey Farrow, a California Catholic priest who was suspended by his superiors for his public refusal to direct parishioners to vote yes on Proposition 8
||Karl Rove, former senior advisor and deputy chief of staff to former President George W. Bush
||David Burcham, then-dean of Loyola Law School; Paul Porter, an expert on the relation between race and the media
||Bill Maher, comedian, TV show host, political commentator, author
||Fr. Robert B. Lawton, S.J., then-president of Loyola Marymount University; John Carlos, former Olympian bronze-medalist who was stripped of his medal for giving the Black Power salute on the winner’s podium
||Arianna Huffington, founder of Huffington Post; Michelle Malkin, blogger and political commentator
||Danny Ledonne, filmmaker and creator of controversial video game “Super Columbine Massacre RPG!”
||James Carville, political commentator, pundit; Ann Coulter, political commentator, writer