Following President Biden's inauguration, LMU professors Michael Genovese and Chaya Crowder and LLS professor Jessica Levinson discussed their expectations for the new administration.
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Students and faculty of the Jewish LMU community joined together virtually for the lighting of the first candle on the menorah in celebration of the start of Hanukkah.
A clinically approved vaccine is finally being distributed, but will the U.S. be one of the last to receive the amount of doses it needs?
As cases soar, students grapple with increased restrictions and reduced work hours.
After a five month search, Jeffrey Dolliole was named the new director of OBSS.
Despite study abroad programs being cancelled for the spring 2021 semester, students have the opportunity to connect and engage with internationally based institutions through Study Abroad's new virtual internships.
Following the guidance of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, LMU has launched a COVID Support Team which aims to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
The recent amendments made to Title IX focus on due process protections and fairness for survivors of sexual harassment in schools; yet some question whether such requirements will truly lead to justice for students.
The grand jury's decision to indict Brett Hankison for only wanton endangerment has left students unsatisfied.