Five Tips for Building a Healthy Relationship

Has Cupid’s arrow struck you this Valentine’s Day? Whether you have a long-term partner or you’re in a promising new relationship, the following are the essential building blocks of supportive and fulfilling relationships:

  1. Communication
    No one, no matter how much

Building Legacy and Tradition On and Off the Ice

Hockey has been bringing Lions to the ice to compete since some of the very early days at LMU. In 1930, an ice hockey team got its start by recruiting LMU football players to play during their off-season. The program …

90 Years of Service: The Crimson Circle

This year, LMU’s oldest service organization on campus, the Crimson Circle, is celebrating its 90th year. As the original service organization on campus, Crimson Circle has been an integral part of the Lion community, read what their President Raleigh Burk …

Sharing a Global Impact on the Bluff

Anastasiia Glushneva ‘21 is a communication and journalism double major from Siberia, Russia. For Glushneva, living in Los Angeles is very different than her home town. “I lived in a small city, which was very condensed. You could tell where …

Being a Global Citizen at LMU

Saloni Kanani ‘22 is an international student from Shanghai, majoring in theatre arts and psychology here at LMU. Kanani explains, “I was born in Taiwan, I moved to Shanghai when I was three-years-old, and I’ve lived there ever since. But, …

Honoring a Family Tradition of Service

Each year, LMU celebrates and honors those in our community who have sacrificed and served our country through military service. Hayden Schneider ’19 got a full-time job in Los Angeles and transferred to LMU in 2018 from the University of …

A Mission of Mental Health

From October 7 through October 9, Agape Service Organization, the newest service organization on LMU’s campus, held its second annual Mental Health Marathon. Raven Yamamoto ‘21, a junior journalism major and political science minor, Agape’s current president, shared the …

Exercising the Body and Mind

Life can get pretty stressful. Homework, midterms, projects, repeat. Students can easily get lost in the shuffle of all this stress and forget to take care of themselves. Susanne Carpenter ‘20, a biology major and personal trainer at LMU’s FitWell 

Purpose in Pink: Think Pink Fun Run

October marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and helps raise awareness about the importance of finding breast cancer early. LMU joined the fight against breast cancer during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month by hosting FitWell‘s 13th Annual Think Pink