While Joe Biden might have won the presidency, the GOP had a fair share of victories on Election Day, especially in California. Cristobal Spielmann of the Election 2020 team looks over these wins and talks to congressional candidate Joe Collins to learn where the CAGOP goes from here.
Videos Archives December 2020
You probably know about the Electoral College, but do you know who actually votes in it? In this exclusive interview with California elector Jihee Huh, Veronica BP of the Election 2020 team explores how electors are chosen, what the voting process is like and whether the Electoral College ma…
In light of a federal court’s decision to reinstate Obama-era DACA protections, LMU community members reflect on the resources that LMU offers its students and the impact that policy has on DACA recipients in our community. Watch a DACA recipient, a legal expert and a scholar discuss these i…
For this episode of 10 Track Shuffle, we linked up with singer, producer, sound engineer and junior recording arts major Don Montag to get a brief glimpse into the songs that inspire and motivate him as a musician. Along the way, we touched on his favorite albums, favorite genres and poetry class.
If confirmed by the Senate, Alejandro Mayorkas will be the first immigrant and first Latino to hold the role of Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. In this video, the dean of Loyola Law School and a DACA recipient at LMU discuss the importance of Mayorkas’ experience as an immigrant.
Alejandro Mayorkas was just nominated by Joe Biden to lead the Department of Homeland Security. How did a Loyola Law School education prepare him for this position? How will his nomination, in turn, impact the Loyola community? In this interview with the dean of LLS and one of Mayorkas’ form…
Unlike most of California, Orange County was a haven for Republican candidates for decades. But in 2016, 2018 and now in 2020, Orange County has cemented itself as a battleground. E2020 spoke to two LMU students living in Orange County about what it’s like to vote in a politically contested …
Alejandro Mayorkas was nominated by president-elect Joe Biden to lead the Department of Homeland Security. Not only will he be the first immigrant and first Latino to hold the position, but he is also a Loyola Law School (LLS) alumnus. In the first part of this series, Veronica BP speaks to …
Have all of your social media feeds been swamped with political ads and messages? Students from the new swing states — Georgia and Arizona — discuss internet bubbles and the pros and cons of social media use for political advocacy.
With the holiday season approaching, especially following this year’s intense election season, we all should expect some difficult conversations. In this video, students from the new swing states — Georgia and Arizona — discuss the importance of having conversations with people who have diff…
Welcome back to the Loyolan's third installment of "10 Track Shuffle," a series where we interview LMU artists about their daily rotations and the songs that inspire their work. In this episode, we talk with R&B/pop singer Athena Wrong about her favorite music videos, childhood throwback…
- 2022 January |
In preparation for the LMU Housing application deadline on Feb. 23, assistant life+arts editor Riley Hetherington offers a review of the Tenderich Apartments for curious Lions. Open Door LMU: Tenderich Apartments
Sodexo workers gathered in protest outside of the Lair Marketplace to raise awareness for their approaching contract negotiation on Jan. 17. Read moreSodexo protest propels workers to Jan. 17 contract negotiation
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
Watch the trailer for "Planet-Based: Fighting Climate Change One Plate at a Time," a new documentary presented by Climate 360 and the Los Angeles Loyolan. Read moreTRAILER: "Planet-Based," a New Climate 360/Loyolan Documentary.
Is your avocado toast killing the planet? Watch the new Los Angeles Loyolan and Climate 360 News documentary "Planet-Based," as student journalists explore the variety of dietary changes that people are trying out in order to help save the planet. Read more"Planet-Based:" Fighting Climate Change One Plate at a Time
On Saturday, Oct.1, alumni from all walks of life came back to the Bluff to celebrate the Loyolan’s 100th year. Students, faculty, and staff joined alumni for a reception and dinner as a part of the weekend’s Centennial Celebration. Watch here see some highlights from the event, featuring th… Read moreThe Los Angeles Loyolan Centennial Celebration
On March 27, The Academy hosted its 94th award ceremony, featuring Hollywood's best films and most prominent actors. Of the 24 categories, winners featured: CODA (2021) for Best Picture, Will Smith for Best Actor and Encanto (2021) for Best Animated Feature. This ceremony, among personal tur… Read moreLMU ON: The Oscars
For decades, the character of Batman has gone through several different actors and countless adaptations. In honor of the release of “The Batman,” the Loyolan took to streets of LMU to see which actor does it best. Want to know which Batman is students’ favorite? Watch here to find out! Read moreLMU ON: Who's your favorite Batman?
The Loyolan went behind the scenes of the ninth annual Haunting of Hannon show, Last Ride on the Cyclone. Watch to learn more about this year's theme and the collaboration between William H. Hannon Library and the theatre arts department. Read more@LMU: Haunting of Hannon IX
As an alumnus and longtime supporter of LMU Baseball, Bob McLain ('68), also known as "Rally Pop Bob," is known for passing out Tootsie Pops to fans at baseball games. The Loyolan sat down with him to learn about his personal connection to LMU after graduation and more. Read more100 Lions: Bob McLain (E54)
Professor Tara Pixley, Ph.D., has had years of experience in bringing their passion for telling the stories of marginalized individuals to their career as a visual journalist. The Loyolan sat down with them to get their thoughts on journalism's purpose and more. Read more100 Lions: Tara Pixley (E53)
On this semester's last episode of 100 Lions, we catch up with junior English major, ASLMU Vice President of Student Wellness and 2021 Newman Civic Fellow Hannah Stewart. Watch her discuss her involvement on campus, passion for advocating for mental health and potential plans post-grad. Read more100 Lions: Hannah Stewart (E52)
The most recent recipients of the President's Award, Emeritus Professor Dr. Robert (Bob) Singleton and wife Helen Singleton, M.A. ('85), were Freedom Riders in the '60s before their longstanding involvements with teaching and the arts. The Loyolan sat down with them to discuss their careers,… Read more100 Lions: Bob and Helen Singleton (E51)
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. Read more4 Burning Questions with 2 Aerial Acrobatics
On March 7, LMU transitioned to its mask-optional policy for the entire staff and student body. In collaboration with the Bluff, the Loyolan took to the streets of campus to see what students’ opinions are on this new protocol. Let’s just say people are not feeling the facial hair... Read morePalm Talk: How are students adjusting to the new mask mandate?
Bluff Studios takes time out of its insanely busy schedule to shine a spotlight on small businesses, starting with Medici Meduci's Coffee. Read moreBluff Studios Presents: Small Business Spotlight - Medici Meduci's Coffee
KiwiBots are truly the most mysterious things on campus, followed closely by that weird smell in the University Hall parking structure. Hopefully, this documentary of the elusive creatures in their natural habitat will shine a spotlight on LMU's four-legged robots. Read moreThe Kiwibot
Taylor Pajunen and Branden Estrada share their unique perspectives on mental health as student athletes in the fourth and final episode of #ShareYourStoryLMU. Read more#ShareYourStoryLMU (ep. 4): "The Athletes"
LMU addiction specialist Bradley Smith shares how his mental health journey helped him discover his life’s calling in the second episode of #ShareYourStoryLMU. Read more#ShareYourStoryLMU (ep. 2): “The Counselor”
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. Premiering April 16. Read more#ShareYourStoryLMU Trailer