Tennessee Rebirth

November 22, 2016   Andy ’05 and Charlie Nelson ’06 resurrected their family whiskey operation that once rivaled Jack Daniels and George Dickel. To do it, they overcame doubts and skepticism. Now, Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery is back in business.

New Board Chair Values Collaboration

November 22, 2016   With a long career in health care and academic administration, Paul S. Viviano brings extensive experience in high-level executive positions to bear as the new chair of the LMU Board of Trustees. Here he talks about his role and the future of the university.

Tracking Rage’s Path Through U.S. Politics

November 22, 2016   Anger, rage and betrayal swept through the U.S. political system in the recent presidential campaign. Where do our politics go after passing the boiling point?

Bellarmine Forum: Time Has Its Own Value

November 22, 2016   Among the things we value, is time itself overlooked? Los Angeles writer David L. Ulin talks to Professors Brad Stone and Paul Harris about the 2016 Bellarmine Forum: The Values of Time.

My Meetings With Dodger Icon Vin Scully

November 22, 2016   Dale Marini '70, former associate director of admission at LMU, remembers two of his encounters with Los Angeles icon Vin Scully.

The Supreme Court: What Happens Next

September 16, 2016   Despite the most unpredictable of presidential campaigns, one certain thing is the next president will have a significant impact on the make-up of the U.S. Supreme Court. Allan Ides, professor of law at Loyola Law School and a one-time clerk to the late Justice Byron R. White, takes a look at what may be in store for SCOTUS.

Making Clothing With a Chinese Aesthetic

September 16, 2016   Kelly Shanahan M.B.A. ’16 draws on her Chinese roots and familiarity with Chinese silk in creating her clothing line.

Behind Convention Speak

July 29, 2016   Professor and historian Sean Dempsey, S.J., has paid close attention to the speeches given during the Republican and Democratic conventions, and he hears political talk that is filled with moral language.

Trafficking Victims and Legal Recourse

June 8, 2016   Kathleen Kim, professor of law at Loyola Law School and a member of the Los Angeles Police Commission who writes about human trafficking, civil rights and immigration law, talks about the legal issues in trafficking, including the state of legal protections for trafficked people.

Clinton to Graduates: “Set the World on Fire”

May 10, 2015   Bill Clinton, 42nd president of the United States, focused his commencement address on the words of St. Ignatius and the motto of the class of 2016: “Go forth and set the world on fire.”