Students and professors attended a virtual teach-in created by the history department to connect the recent U.S. inauguration of President Joe Biden to other historical transitions of power.
The Saving Our Democracy Teach-in has given LMU students a place to reflect on last week's storming of the U.S. Capitol.
The members of the LMU women's basketball team share how their new social justice committee has impacted them this semester.
In the days following this year’s general election, the nation was shocked to see the results of both Senate seats in Georgia were pushed back…
With Kamala Harris being the very first Black, South Asian and female Vice President-elect, her leadership is bound to bring changes for the better.
The Supreme Court is considering to overturn the Affordable Care Act. So, what does that mean for college students?
This week's Bellarmine Forum event provided opportunities for students to participate in transformative justice work
How will the outcome of this election impact the physical, social and political climate at LMU?
Students reflect on the ways that the California Prisons alternative break has changed their lives.