Videos Archives September 2019

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Thousands of people young and old marched down to Los Angeles City Hall on Sept. 20, joining more than four-million people for a worldwide climate strike. The mood was tense at times, but overall hopeful.

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With the recent removal of Community Table at the Lair, students react to the loss of a true LMU dining tradition and say goodbye to live band performances, all you can eat breakfast, and a place to gather with friends.

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Get a behind-the-scenes look at Open Mic Night, where talented LMU students perform music, comedy and more every Monday.

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Learning be a self-starter has helped senior animation major Aison King in his diverse community involvement, which includes the Animation Club, Magis service org, the Honors Program and "The Old Ways", the alt-rock band he plays bass in.

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Iggy on the Street is BACK! Find out what irresponsible things students did this summer and hear their (sometimes) loud and (maybe) proud LMU Lion roars as we kick off another year together.

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On Dec. 9, 2022, Nona Pittman, senior African American studies and communication studies double major, hosted the panel “Sodexo Workers at LMU Speak Out.” Four Sodexo employees and their UNITE HERE Local 11 union representative stepped up to the stage to share their experiences with the company. Read moreSodexo workers ask for student support ahead of contract negotiations


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10 Track Shuffle features LMU’s talented musicians, diving into their budding careers and the music that has inspired them.


2018


Take a stroll on the U Hall bridge with student athletes as they talk everything from their teams to their personal lives.


2019


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.


2020


See what Lions are wearing around.


2018


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.


2019


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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On Dec. 9, 2022, Nona Pittman, senior African American studies and communication studies double major, hosted the panel “Sodexo Workers at LMU Speak Out.” Four Sodexo employees and their UNITE HERE Local 11 union representative stepped up to the stage to share their experiences with the company. Read moreSodexo workers ask for student support ahead of contract negotiations

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