Following the COVID-19 pandemic, the William H. Hannon Library ended its 24-hour service, and now closes at midnight from Sunday to Thursday. Left libraryless, students struggle to find places to study without distractions. Join us as we traverse the Bluff to see where you can study after da… Nobody's asleep: Keep LMU's library open later
Videos Archives February 2018
Bewildered and shivering a bit in this uncharacteristic California weather, LMU students comment on the cold weather on campus.
What were your reactions to Black Panther? LMU students react and respond in creative ways.
If Midterms were a person, what would you say to them? LMU students commiserate on mid-semester projects and deadlines.
Students comment on Jemele Hill's recent visit as she discussed the uproar caused by her Twitter posts and what it means for the first amendment.
Can you name the freedoms in the First Amendment?
ESPN’s former SportsCenter host and twitter legend Jemele Hill will discuss the First Amendment, race, gender, sports and more. Hill, who was a presenter at the 2018 NAACP Image Awards, was thrust into the national spotlight last year when she tweeted about President Trump, which led to her …
You all know about the guy who came on way to strong, the girl who ghosted hardcore, or the puppy account that didn't like you back. Here's LMU's best Tinder Horror Stories!
Need to break up with your boo before Valentine's Day? Make sure you avoid these terrible spots on campus.
"Are you Whole Foods? Because I'd drop my entire paycheck on you." Get inspired for Valentine's Day with LMU students' favorite pick-up lines!
Life is like a box of chocolate, you never know what you're gonna get. We look to see how well people can guess what chocolate they're getting.
Will you accept this rose? Whether you're excited for it or not, Valentine's Day is just around the corner! Countdown the days with us with our Valentine's Day series
Did One Direction reunite? Did football players sing the national anthem? Did LMU students really watch the Super Bowl? Find out here!
Ever wonder how our student newspapers are made? Check out a behind the scenes look of the Los Angeles Loyolan!
What even is Groundhog Day, other than the 1993 movie starring Bill Murray? We asked students to find out.
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.
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Following the COVID-19 pandemic, the William H. Hannon Library ended its 24-hour service, and now closes at midnight from Sunday to Thursday. Left libraryless, students struggle to find places to study without distractions. Join us as we traverse the Bluff to see where you can study after da… Read moreNobody's asleep: Keep LMU's library open later
The Los Angeles Loyolan took a closer look at how LMU reduces campus waste through its robust recycling program. With over 5,800 strategically placed recycle bins, students and staff can easily recycle their plastic and paper containers. The materials then undergo sorting, transportation and… Read moreRecycling at LMU: Trash to treasure
The William H. Hannon Library Starbucks is put to the test against an off-campus location to test the theory: Do on-campus and off-campus Starbucks really taste that different? Read moreThe Starbucks Theory: A comparison between on-campus and off-campus drinks
Formed from a COVID-19 pandemic-era flash of inspiration, the four members of Planet Idiot began playing together in late 2021 and the band has since expanded to releasing original music on all streaming platforms. Read morePlanet Idiot: LMU students band together
The Tower Yearbook has begun handing out their 2023 yearbook, including photos and quotes from the 2022-23 school year. The yearbooks are free and will continue to be distributed for the rest of the week on Alumni Mall from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Read more2023 Tower Yearbook now available to students
On Thursday, April 20, the Loyolan hosted “Best Fest” for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic. The event featured the winners of a survey asking students about their favorite on-campus and off-campus businesses. Watch here to get a special look at the event, featuring free food, coupo… Read moreBest Fest returns to LMU's campus
The Mbongi Spot, formerly known as the Bird Nest, was built in 1971 and has a deeper history than most may think. Watch here to see how the space has evolved and what it means to our community today. Read moreThe Mbongi Spot: A Historical Perspective
The LMU campus is home to students, staff and two special swimmers — the unofficially named Foley Ducks. Learn what students have to say about our campus’ feathered friends and how we can help them flourish at LMU. Read moreGet to know our feathered friends: The Foley Ducks