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.
Take a stroll on the U Hall bridge with student athletes as they talk everything from their teams to their personal lives.
Filmed by LMU alumnus Tyler Aquilina, this feature explores the history of student activism at LMU, grouped by the generations of students who have left their mark on campus in the pursuit of social justice.
Wanna know LMU’s take on something? The LMU On series asks Lions about everything from pop culture to news events.
Mental heath affects 1 in 4 students on college campuses, yet is a topic not widely discussed at universities. The Los Angeles Loyolan and Roar Studios set out to bring awareness to what individuals at LMU face in their daily lives and how we can best support one another
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Welcome back to the last 10 Track Shuffle of the fall semester. We interviewed experimental and electronic singer and producer AMAYAK47, who joined us to talk about creating an immersive atmosphere within a track, as well as her take on the best emcees of all time.
Have you seen the aerial acrobats practicing in the courtyard by Palms North and South? They might be Jessie Nial and Blake Borders, founder and vice president (respectively) of the new Aerial Fitness Club on campus. Watch to find out how they got interested in the art.