Many Americans are disenchanted with politicians' default being calls for unity, as the sentiment is a little too reminiscent of the empty 'thoughts and prayers.' Action will do more for unity than any nice tweet.
This month, unprecedented violence at the U.S. Capitol building disturbed Americans across the country and President Trump faced his second impeachment as a culmination to a presidency rife with controversy. Three LMU students want him out of the Oval Office sooner rather than later.
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Afro-Costa Rican historian Carmen Hutchinson Miller, Nicaraguan activist Madelaine Caracas and Maya-K'iche' historian María Aguilar spoke to t…
International Education Week featured discussions on Black Lives Matter in Costa Rica, police brutality in Guatemala and student activism in Nicaragua.
Women of color have been leading the way in the U.S. for generations — they have been on the frontlines of fighting voter suppression, breaking glass ceilings and leading activist movements.
LMU's mascot and therapy dog Buster visited the LMU voting center in Roski's Dining Hall.
A 15-hour shift on Nov. 3 was a welcome distraction from the tension of the day, but as much as feeling like a part of the action helped, it couldn't keep me from reading the headlines.
Peace and Justice Studies professor Dee Filecia sat down with the Loyolan to share insight on constructive versus destructive conflict and personal agency in an election season where peace can be difficult to find for many in the LMU community.