Under the theme "Realizing the Impossible," President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., praised students and faculty for their acclimation back to campus in his fall 2021 convocation address.
While the University is transferring endowment money to a fund with fossil fuel exclusions, student-led Divest LMU continues to work toward the University's environmental improvement.
LMU students and Westchester residents continue to have a poor relationship.
In accordance with Los Angeles County Department of Public Health guidelines, LMU no longer requires modified quarantine for vaccinated individuals who were exposed to COVID-19.
Following the two-year term of Jennifer Abe, Ph.D., as vice president of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the search has begun to find her successor.
LMU COVID-19 testing center employees explain self-administered tests.
LMU's Anti-Racism Project enters its second year this fall 2021 semester. In an interview with the Loyolan, Vice President for Intercultural Affairs Jennifer Abe evaluated the role of the project on campus and responded to the racist assault that occurred on campus on Sept. 11.
LMU professors speak of shared excitement and responsibility that comes with the community's return to campus.