Chris Yates ’16 encountered LMU’s Jesuits as an undergraduate through his involvement with Campus Ministry and in his courses. In time, the Jesuits he met became not only mentors but also friends. He decided to create a project that would portray the humanity of...

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News

Nine legendary professors, whose careers total many decades of service to the university, are added to the LMU Faculty Hall of Fame.

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If children are good at dreaming, then María Augusta Díaz ’17, an international student...

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Film, TV and theater actor Anna Deavere Smith talks about racism, her plays that...

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Social

The Hut, in the Desmond basement, used to be a break room, an unofficial clubhouse of the Student Worker program. If you recognize the Hut, then you’ve probably been a Student Worker, and you have some stories to tell. Share them with us, and we’ll include some in the next issue.

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News

Lawyers from the Project for the Innocent at Loyola Law School help gain the...

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Alumni

An AFROTC cadet as a student, Patrick Mullen flies state-of-the-art corporate jets on national...

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Conversation

During the past several months, California’s skies have unexpectedly opened up and drenched the state with rainfall. Prof. Joseph Reichenberger discusses whether the state’s multi-year drought finally is over.

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Issues

Anger, rage and betrayal swept through the U.S. political system in the recent presidential campaign, and they make for a combustible combination. Where do our politics go after passing the boiling point?

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Profile

The Nelson brothers resurrect a family whiskey distillery in Nashville.

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Conversation

Fish fraud — species substitution — can occur anywhere in the fish supply chain:...

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Profile

Ana Villafañe ’12 has been singing since childhood, and now she sees her name in lights every night on a Broadway marquee as star and lead in “On Your Feet.”

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Conversation

Two of LMU’s record-setting 3-point shooters talk about the pressure and thrill of draining...

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Issues

Threatening messages often are central to political campaigns, and opinions abound about their effect on elections Bethany Albertson ’99, professor of government at UT Austin, decided to run experiments to see how voters react in the face of political anxiety.

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Conversation

Tom Leach ’08, founder and president of Media RED, discusses the impact of reality...

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Diagram

Reality TV played an unexpected part in the presidential election of Donald Trump, as...

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My Take

An alumna learns, decades after the ’60s, that love is still currency.

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Feature

During the 2016 U.S. election process, fear of Muslims became a thread used to tie terrorists and extremists to suspicion of Muslim Americans. Here at LMU, Muslims have been participating in and contributing to the university’s culture for some time. We asked some to describe their faith, lives and experience in the United States. If we...

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Sports

Seven members of the LMU community, including All-America runner Tara Erdmann ’12, above, will...

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Alumni

This year’s basketball season kick-off extravaganza, LMU Madness, featured a 3-point shooting contest pitting LMU Hall of Famer Jeff Fryer ’90 against Steven Haney ’18, men’s basketball deadeye shooter, and Leslie Lopez Wood ’17, who holds the LMU women’s all-time career 3-point shooting title.

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News

A projected increase of 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit (2 degrees Celsius) in the Southwest United...

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Diagram

Trafficking, slavery and forced labor by their very nature are often hidden crimes. Nonetheless,...

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First Person

Elias Wondimu spent his first 20 years growing up in Ethiopia, a country riven by civil war, ethnic conflict and economic chaos. One of the casualties of that strife has been the nation’s history itself, which leaders have often rewritten or erased. As a young man, Wondimu opposed his government as an activist. Today, he is...

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The Polaroid camera, unveiled in 1947, may have kicked off the mass DIY trend...

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