Student-run newspapers and periodicals have been a longstanding tradition in LMU’s history, beginning in 1920 with The Cinder in the Eye, the official newspaper of Loyola College. In 1923 the newspaper’s name changed to The Loyolan, and later to The Los Angeles Loyolan, which is currently published weekly in print and updated daily online. Newspapers and periodicals continue to be a great way for students to not only share news, but to showcase their ideas, opinions, and writing skills with the LMU community.
The Los Angeles Loyolan publishes a weekly print paper and daily online content for the greater Loyola Marymount University community. Opinions and ideas expressed in the Loyolan are those of individual authors, artists, and student editors and are not those of Loyola Marymount University, its Board of Trustees, its student body or of newspaper advertisers. Board Editorials are unsigned and reflect the opinions of the Executive Editorial Board and reflect the views of the author. The Los Angeles Loyolan is a member of the Associated College Press and the California College Media Association.