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With midterm elections just around the corner, the possible confirmation or rejection of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has garnered much attention and controversy. The... [Read More]
Brett Kavanaugh, a DC Circuit Court of Appeals judge and conservative, has been announced as President Donald Trump's choice to replace retiring Justice, Anthony Kennedy.... [Read More]
Los Angeles is known for its terrible traffic. Drivers can find themselves stuck in traffic for hours with only playlists and rumbling tummies to keep... [Read More]
Students, staff and those visiting campus have been met with trouble finding free, accessible parking in the neighborhood out the back gates. Students and staff... [Read More]
Welcome back to the Bluff, Lions! As a fun way for you to engage with the community, we at the Bluff wanted to provide you... [Read More]
My finals aren't until Thursday and all my papers have been turned in, so I decided to go wander around Palm Walk like a confused... [Read More]
LMU's campus was shook last week after the disappearance of one special goldfish. Spam was a young 2-month-old fish who was reported missing last week... [Read More]
This week, Asst. News Editor Kayan Tara sat down with Gail Abarbanel, the founder of the Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center and recipient of an... [Read More]
Hayden Tanabe, a senior business management major, is a well-recognized name across campus. From his freshman year as Del Rey South Residence Hall Association president,... [Read More]
Los Angeles has become synonymous to brake lights, lanes of stopped traffic on the freeway and overcrowding. With the Summer 2028 Olympics scheduled to take... [Read More]
With the academic year drawing to a close, the inauguration ceremony for the new student leaders within ASLMU and GSLMU was completed on April 18... [Read More]
Roads in and out of the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) have long been plagued by an overabundance of vans, buses, shuttles, taxis, Ubers and... [Read More]
This week, Assistant News Editor Kayan Tara sat down with Leah Sullivan a sophomore entrepreneurship major and studio arts minor who is organizing an Ethical... [Read More]
The undergraduate tuition rate for the 2018-19 academic year has been finalized as $47,470, a 4.42 percent increase from the 2017-18 academic year. The majority... [Read More]
This year's ASLMU election voting cycle begins on Tuesday, March 20 at 9 a.m. and will continue until Thursday, March 22 at 5 p.m. ASLMU... [Read More]
This year's ASLMU election voting cycle begins on Tuesday, March 20 and will continue until Thursday, March 22 at 5 p.m. ASLMU hopes to get... [Read More]
Schools across the nation, including LMU, respected 17 minutes of a walkout in support of the 17 victims of the Parkland High School shooting. Organized... [Read More]
Update 3/14/18 3:45 p.m.: This article has been updated with a second LMU Safety Bulletin. [Read More]
This week, Managing Editor Sami Leung sat down with Clark Zhu, a freshman film production major whose edited trailer mashups have been shown on Time... [Read More]
On Sunday, Feb. 18, DPS responded to an incident involving an individual who is banned from campus. This case is open and under investigation. [Read More]