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Founded 1921. In print every Wednesday, and online every day of the week.

Founded 1921. In print every Wednesday, and online every day of the week.

Are you looking for a place to live? Check out our classifieds! laloyolan.com/classifieds/  #AD
05/08/2022
Classifieds

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Historic, Boutique Building. 10ft high-beamed ceilings with ceiling fan, large kitchen with stove and refrigerator, quiet building, courteous...

“In all honesty, I don’t want to graduate. I don’t feel ready. But I know that this feeling is the same fear of change c...
05/06/2022
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“In all honesty, I don’t want to graduate. I don’t feel ready. But I know that this feeling is the same fear of change creeping back in. The next chapter is terrifyingly blank, waiting to be filled in by my choices and mistakes. All I can do now is make the world I want to live in.”

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For senior Cristobal Spielmann, after four years at LMU, the reality of graduation hasn't quite sunk in. "It’s still unr...
05/04/2022
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For senior Cristobal Spielmann, after four years at LMU, the reality of graduation hasn't quite sunk in. "It’s still unreal for me to be leaving LMU and heading out into the real world," he wrote in his senior column. "So much of my life has been thinking about college and it being this big, monumental step: the beginning of my real life."

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"The choice to come to LMU has been one that shaped practically every aspect of my life, and it is one that I would make...
05/03/2022
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"The choice to come to LMU has been one that shaped practically every aspect of my life, and it is one that I would make again in a heartbeat."

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"When I walk onstage at graduation to receive my diploma, what will be going through my mind? Probably something along t...
05/02/2022
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"When I walk onstage at graduation to receive my diploma, what will be going through my mind? Probably something along the lines of 'Please don’t trip,' and definitely, 'Holy s**t, Abby Wambach is sitting right there!' But I think I’ll be feeling hope."

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Opinion: Modern architecture may be the standard in the evolution of many cities, but that doesn't mean it should be.htt...
05/01/2022
Opinion

Opinion: Modern architecture may be the standard in the evolution of many cities, but that doesn't mean it should be.
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Are you looking for a place to live? Check out our classifieds! laloyolan.com/classifieds/  #AD
05/01/2022
Classifieds

Are you looking for a place to live? Check out our classifieds! laloyolan.com/classifieds/
#AD

Historic, Boutique Building. 10ft high-beamed ceilings with ceiling fan, large kitchen with stove and refrigerator, quiet building, courteous...

Looking for ways to spend remaining LION Dollars? The LMU Food Pantry is open to donations ranging from pasta to cereal ...
05/01/2022
How to donate excess LION Dollars

Looking for ways to spend remaining LION Dollars? The LMU Food Pantry is open to donations ranging from pasta to cereal to ramen. Food insecurity is an often invisible but important social justice issue on campus, one that any student with leftover LION Dollars can help fight.
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Looking for ways to spend remaining LION Dollars? Consider donating to the on-campus food pantry or tipping your Domino's driver.

SJ: Assistant Director of LMU CARES Veronica Manz reflects on the Clothesline Project and how she worked diligently with...
05/01/2022
Veronica Manz reflects on SAAM’s Clothesline Project

SJ: Assistant Director of LMU CARES Veronica Manz reflects on the Clothesline Project and how she worked diligently with student organizations on the events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
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With Sexual Assault Awareness Month coming to an end, Veronica Manz reflected on the Clothesline Project and shared a new announcement.

The LMU Esports Club has provided a welcoming community to gamers of all skill levels and experiences. Players have the ...
05/01/2022
LMU Esports provides a community for gamers of all skill levels

The LMU Esports Club has provided a welcoming community to gamers of all skill levels and experiences. Players have the ability to practice and test their mental strength and game skills at one of the most competitive levels in online gaming.
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The LMU Esports club found great success throughout their season and has proved that there is skill in their sport.

L+A: If you're stressed about finals and know you're going to have to cram, you're not alone. Your fellow LMU students a...
05/01/2022
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L+A: If you're stressed about finals and know you're going to have to cram, you're not alone. Your fellow LMU students are here to reassure you that they're cramming too...
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SJ: After the power outage last Friday, sophomore English and economics double major Lyza Weisman sat down with the Loyo...
04/30/2022
What happened to disabled students during the power outage?

SJ: After the power outage last Friday, sophomore English and economics double major Lyza Weisman sat down with the Loyolan to reflect on the events following her conversation with Campus Safety Services regarding her medication and access to a generator.
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Lyza Weisman, a vocal advocate for muscular dystrophy, spoke with the Loyolan about her experience with the power outage.

04/30/2022

Congratulations to the Loyolan recipients of the 2021-22 Student Media Awards!

Outstanding Visionary: Gwyneth Bechunas (’22)
Outstanding Newcomer: Jennifer Woo (’25)
Outstanding Achievement: Haley LaHa (’22)

L+A: With their fifth anniversary last week, there has never been a better time to highlight the important work of LMU's...
04/29/2022
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L+A: With their fifth anniversary last week, there has never been a better time to highlight the important work of LMU's Empower HER club.
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Earlier this week, Student Psychological Services (SPS) promised to replace outdated pamphlets using terminology such as...
04/29/2022
Student Psychological Services (SPS) replaces outdated pamphlets following student intervention

Earlier this week, Student Psychological Services (SPS) promised to replace outdated pamphlets using terminology such as “transvestite” and “transsexual,” and assured students that they were taking further steps to offer current textual information.
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"It’s hard to be a minority voice in a majority world of majority spaces, trying to exist in spaces that aren’t really made for us.”

SJ: What's wrong with sex in public? Attend an event hosted by the department of women's and gender studies to find out....
04/29/2022
This week’s not-to-miss social justice events, April 27 to May 3

SJ: What's wrong with sex in public? Attend an event hosted by the department of women's and gender studies to find out. On April 28, join the Jewish Studies program for their event on Holocaust Remembrance Day or the Center for Service and Action for their final Justice on Tap event of the school year.
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What's wrong with sex in public? Find out during this week's social justice events.

SJ: Social justice editor Kylie Clifton found offensive language in information pamphlets in Student Psychological Servi...
04/29/2022
Removal of outdated pamphlets proves change is possible on campus

SJ: Social justice editor Kylie Clifton found offensive language in information pamphlets in Student Psychological Services. She planned to write an article, but one phone call changed her entire perspective.

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A recent experience with Student Psychological Services regarding the outdated and offensive language within provided pamphlets proves that change...

As club sports seasons come to a close, seniors Austin Billings and Leila Robinson were acknowledged for their leadershi...
04/29/2022
Club Sports recognizes senior leaders at awards

As club sports seasons come to a close, seniors Austin Billings and Leila Robinson were acknowledged for their leadership and hard work.
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As the Club Sports seasons come to a close, seniors Austin Billings and Leila Robinson were acknowledged for their leadership and hard work.

SJ: April is Autism Awareness Month. The Loyolan sat down with JP Powell, a junior animation major and vocal autism advo...
04/29/2022
How inclusive is LMU of the autistic community? JP Powell shares experience

SJ: April is Autism Awareness Month. The Loyolan sat down with JP Powell, a junior animation major and vocal autism advocate. Powell shared their experience on campus. “When I'm using my aides and learning, my peers won't talk to me, or they talk to me like a toddler. They congratulate me. They're like, 'Good job for that answer,'" they said.

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The Loyolan sat down with on-campus advocate for the neurodiverse and autistic communities, JP Powell, to share their experience.

L+A: Summer is just around the corner, which means it's finals season. Read now to find out some tips on studying and pr...
04/28/2022
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L+A: Summer is just around the corner, which means it's finals season. Read now to find out some tips on studying and preparing for finals.
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Opinion: Graduation regalia not only costs an arm and a leg, but it ends up becoming waste that contributes heavily to o...
04/28/2022
Opinion

Opinion: Graduation regalia not only costs an arm and a leg, but it ends up becoming waste that contributes heavily to our carbon footprint.
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As a part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Loyolan sat down with women's and gender studies professor Danielle Bor...
04/27/2022
The importance of Denim Day

As a part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Loyolan sat down with women's and gender studies professor Danielle Borgia, Ph.D., and discussed the importance of this day and month, as well as the history of Denim Day. http://ow.ly/1gPI30siiRM

Wednesday, April 28, is the 23rd anniversary of the first Denim Day. The Loyolan spoke to Danielle Borgia, Ph.D., about the importance of Denim Day...

Opinion: Hollywood has been making moves towards diversity for its leads and for the stories it chooses to tell, but div...
04/27/2022
Opinion

Opinion: Hollywood has been making moves towards diversity for its leads and for the stories it chooses to tell, but diversity and casting choices for side characters have flown under the radar despite being just as important.
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Opinion: The three classes of ‘freshmen’ reflect on ending their first full year in person and what that means for next ...
04/26/2022
Opinion

Opinion: The three classes of ‘freshmen’ reflect on ending their first full year in person and what that means for next year.
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Black designers are finally being advocated for in the fashion industry. By Francesca Bermudez The Los Angeles Loyolan CLICK TO READ https://bit.ly/3jN1jSe
Controversial Civil Rights Anthem Wins 20 Film Festival Awards!
LMU finance faculty David Offenberg, Josh Spizman and Micah Officer were featured in The Los Angeles Loyolan answering common money questions related to 401k, investing, mortgages and taxes for college students. Read their interview at https://bit.ly/3KoPKwp #lmucba #finance #financialliteracy
September 16, 2021 Ladies & Gentlemen: Re: Let's Hear Your Story (LHYS) My name is Tony Lombardo. I have been afflicted with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) for over forty-one years and wheelchair bound for twenty-one years. To say the least, it certainly has not been an easy road. Along the way, I have met numerous individuals who taught me the true meaning of the word COURAGE. As a means of "paying it forward," I established Let's Hear Your Story (LHYS). Our mantra is “How We Conquer Life's Obstacles.” We collect and post personal survival stories on the LHYS site as the written word, videos, or by other available mediums. Anonymous stories are welcome. Please visit our Facebook prototype site at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/439109260104105 LHYS exhibits “social value” by focusing upon how we learn survival skills from each other. I am developing LHYS into an online showcase which focuses upon the “Inner Strength" contained within the Human Spirit. We will post a vast selection of exceptional work created by exceptional individuals. We welcome artists who are interested in exhibiting their work on the LHYS site. Please feel free to contact me at T: 609-660-1529 or E-mail: [email protected]. Your input is greatly appreciated. Thank you! Tony Lombardo
September 16, 2021 Ladies & Gentlemen: Re: Let's Hear Your Story (LHYS) My name is Tony Lombardo. I have been afflicted with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) for over forty-one years and wheelchair bound for twenty-one years. To say the least, it certainly has not been an easy road. Along the way, I have met numerous individuals who taught me the true meaning of the word COURAGE. As a means of "paying it forward," I established Let's Hear Your Story (LHYS). Our mantra is “How We Conquer Life's Obstacles.” We collect and post personal survival stories on the LHYS site as the written word, videos, or by other available mediums. Anonymous stories are welcome. Please visit our Facebook prototype site at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/439109260104105 LHYS exhibits “social value” by focusing upon how we learn survival skills from each other. I am developing LHYS into an online showcase which focuses upon the “Inner Strength" contained within the Human Spirit. We will post a vast selection of exceptional work created by exceptional individuals. We welcome artists who are interested in exhibiting their work on the LHYS site. Please feel free to contact me at T: 609-660-1529 or E-mail: [email protected]. Your input is greatly appreciated. Thank you! Tony Lombardo
If you are a woman and do not vote during this recall … take a look at Texas where they just past the strictest anti-prochoice bill in the country. LARRY ELDER is worse (if that is possible). Vote NO on the recall. These people do not believe in climate change, women's rights, fair elections, science... https://news.yahoo.com/california-gubernatorial-recall-candidate-larry-151029270.html?fr=sycsrp_catchall #CaliforniaRecallElection #nooncaliforniarecall
Congratulations to Alyssa Story ’23, editor-in-chief of The Los Angeles Loyolan, for receiving a Gold Circle Award by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for her opinion piece “On George." In the piece, Story, a Minneapolis native, shares her perspective from her hometown during summer 2020 following George Floyd's murder: bit.ly/LMU_Story
"#BlackDesigners are finally being advocated for in the #fashion industry" | The Los Angeles Loyolan http://www.laloyolan.com/life_and_arts/black-designers-are-finally-being-advocated-for-in-the-fashion-industry/article_e6eda33a-b70f-5b5a-a4c4-76cce1eb6819.html #ion #industry #design | Los Angeles Loyolan
Insights by The Los Angeles Loyolan into how LA's environmental organizations, including Heal the Bay, are adapting to create accessible ways to teach and empower virtually. http://www.laloyolan.com/news/l-a-environmental-organizations-adapt-to-challenges-of-covid-19/article_f94a38e0-f9b6-5794-8276-d673d761ac24.html
hello for the past two years ive called and emailed and i filled out the take down form, but this sad unprofessional video is still up on the internet--PLEASE TAKE IT DOWN it's less than 3 minutes of work or I keep spamming
Molly Jean Box, California Nu, serves as the editor-in-chief for The Los Angeles Loyolan at Loyola Marymount University. She recently sat down to answer some questions about her new position and her passion for journalism. Watch the interview at the link below or read it here ➡️ bit.ly/MollyJeanBox. P.S. Did we mention that in addition to her role as editor-in-chief, Molly also serves as the Vice President Recruitment for LMU Pi Beta Phi? We are so #PiPhiProud! 💓
Tonight, social psychologist and activist against cyberbullying Monica Lewinsky visits the bluff as keynote speaker for ASLMU and The Los Angeles Loyolan's First Amendment Week event series: http://bit.ly/2uJDi8Y More info: http://bit.ly/LMU_lewinsky