For decades, the giant “LMU” on the side of the Bluff has been the school’s iconic symbol, but that’s about all people know. Following recent cliffside erosion, the letters have been put into jeopardy. Join us as we explore the origins of the 53-foot concrete letters, and consider whether th… Life of the Letters
10 Track Shuffle features LMU’s talented musicians, diving into their budding careers and the music that has inspired them.
Take a stroll on the U Hall bridge with student athletes as they talk everything from their teams to their personal lives.
The influence of “fake news” on the 2016 U.S. presidential election received no shortage of media coverage and analysis. But what do we really know about those who created the digital propaganda that clogged our Facebook and Instagram feeds? Who are they? What motivated them? What are their stories? In this Los Angeles Loyolan and ROAR Studios exclusive, LMU student filmmaker Patrick Reilly travels to Veles, Macedonia, to explore these questions. You’ve never seen fake news like this.
- 2022 January |
For decades, the giant “LMU” on the side of the Bluff has been the school’s iconic symbol, but that’s about all people know. Following recent cliffside erosion, the letters have been put into jeopardy. Join us as we explore the origins of the 53-foot concrete letters, and consider whether th… Read moreLife of the Letters
On Saturday, March 18, LMU hosted its first Special Games event on campus since the COVID-19 pandemic. The event featured activities, such as basketball, badminton and Jenga, hosted by various organizations at LMU. Watch the full video to get the inside look. Read moreSpecial Games returns to LMU's campus
On Monday, March 13, LMU’s School of Film and Television hosted a screening for the Oscar-winning film “RRR.” Watch here to see students’ reactions to the film and a special review from videographer Brandon Morris. Read moreLMU Reviews: "RRR"
As we pass the halfway point of this Lenten season, the Loyolan hit the streets of LMU to see how much students know about the liturgical season of Lent. Watch here to see our Lions get quizzed on Lenten trivia, featuring Campus Ministry’s very own Manh Tran, S.J. Read morePalm Talk: LMU students test their knowledge on Lent trivia
Looking for a special spot to take your special someone? Look no further. Assistant editors Jeanie Laybourn and Kate Saltel from the Bluff got you. Here are the best date spots on LMU’s campus. Read moreBluff Studios Presents: Best LMU Date Spots
There's now a Yo-Kai Ramen vending machine on campus! Watch our video team gives their thoughts on three robot-generated ramens ... Read moreLOY Food Reviews Episode 2: Yo-Kai Ramen
On March 12, the Nā Kōlea Hawai'i club hosted their 49th annual Lū’au. The event featured Hawaiian food, entertainment and a performance by Common Kings. Read moreLMU Nā Kōlea Hawai'i club 49th annual Lū’au
LMU women's beach volleyball maintained its dominance, going 8-0 against the toughest competition in the country thus far this season. The Lions made their on-campus debut, playing on their newly constructed beach volleyball courts. Read moreWomen's beach volleyball remains undefeated after campus debut