Discover the legacy and accomplishments of the Loyolan's and ROAR's home on the bluff, Loyola Marymount University.
Finals, group projects and papers got you down? Let Mango, an LMU student’s emotional support animal, bring a little cheer to your day.
Have you wondered what the crosses in front of Foley Fountain are for? Watch to find out and to learn more about how LMU celebrates Ignatian Heritage Month and how it relates to modern-day issues such DACA.
Do you have a business idea? During LMU’s Startup Weekend earlier this month, speakers and mentors helped develop students' entrepreneurial ideas in an intense 54 hour weekend.
Mike Dunlap, men’s basketball head coach and LMU Class of ‘80 discusses everything men’s basketball from preseason setbacks to his expectations for the future.
Take a look behind the scenes of LMU CARES, the organization on campus in charge of providing education and services concerning many problems that students face, including sexual misconduct and substance abuse.
Thomas Mulzac, junior communication studies major, talks about his experience with cooking and founding MealZac, a catering company that specializes in comfort food.
Students reflect on the variety at vendors and activities at Wellness Wednesdays, an event hosted by ASLMU and located on LMU’s Lawton Plaza every Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tucked behind Doheny Hall, The Cycling Lion provides free or low-cost services for bikes. Watch manager Ryan Burke discuss the importance of the program and how it has grown.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Open Mic Night, where talented LMU students perform music, comedy and more every Monday.
When you consider the most breathtaking spot on the LMU campus, you probably think: The Bluff! Great choice, but don’t overlook these other hidden places of beauty on campus.