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The Return of an Emerald Nomad 

An ancient visitor has appeared from beyond the stars for the first time in over 50,000 years. It’s green — but it’s not an alien. Exactly.  Discovered in March of last year…

PODCAST: Sober and stoked in surf therapy

Addiction and mental health struggles can severely harm an individual’s well-being — but support is available, and healing is possible. Surf therapy is an outlet for a growing community where people can…

A new hope for the Cinerama Dome

Hollywood lost one of its most iconic destinations for movie lovers in the spring of 2021. Located on Sunset Boulevard just west of Vine Street, the Cinerama Dome once boasted the largest…

Black Belts & Billboards:  Kickin’ it with Olivia Palombo 

Olivia Palombo, 19, is a sophomore journalism student at LMU who is remarkably involved on campus. Not only does she work at the Loyolan as a staff writer and video journalist, but…

Sick? Injured? Super wasted? LMU’s student EMTs have your back

Imagine you’re walking back home on a Saturday night when you notice your roommate has gone one too many rounds with Jose Cuervo. Would you need help figuring out what to do…

Surprise! LMU has a 65-year-old indie radio station

It’s a low-profile but far-reaching LMU organization, a monument to a bygone era of teens pumping out everything from Cake to The Cramps, Ricky Nelson to Rick Rubin’s hip-hop. KXLU — the…

Luci Doll accessorizes Marina del Rey one piercing at a time

In the midst of all the  board shorts and khaki of Marina Del Rey, Luci Doll can be found piercing and curating jewelry designs every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sunday at Aesthetic Ambition.…

Podcast: A thrift store that spreads the ‘Love’ in Culver City

If you find yourself thrift shopping exclusively at chain store locations, you should switch it up by paying a visit to Love The City Thrift in Culver City. This nonprofit boutique thrift…

The man behind LMU’s new MENtal health resource

There’s a brand new organization at LMU. It’s called “From Solus to Solace,” and it’s a men’s engagement group looking to examine mental health in an organic, thoughtful, peer-to-peer manner. As its…

Serial Killers are all over (our screens)

Serial killers are huge right now. From films to limited series to documentaries, streaming services seemingly can’t produce enough content about our creepiest murderers. Since 2016, 1980s serial killer Richard “The Night…

‘Reservation Dogs’ Finally Gets Native American Culture Right

Stories of Native American life that appeared on TV lacked authenticity… until “Reservation Dogs” premiered on FX and Hulu in 2021. The scripted comedy-drama follows the lives of four Indigenous teenagers who…