Dunlap’s Long Road to Gersten Pavilion

April 17, 2014   Mike Dunlap’s coaching career has taken him from L.A., to the Midwest, the East Coast, the Southeast and Australia. Now he’s back home as LMU’s new men’s basketball coach, and he’s bringing with him all that he learned on the road.

Drones in the Spotlight

April 17, 2014   An LMU conference takes a thorough look at an increasingly controversial U.S. military tool employed by the administrations of both George W. Bush and Barack Obama to fight terrorists.

Rankings Boosts for CBA and SOE

April 17, 2014   The College of Business Administration and the School of Education fared well in recent rankings released by U.S. News and World Report.

A Long Take on Alfonso Cuarón

February 18, 2014   Just days before Alfonso Cuarón won the Academy Award for Best Director for “Gravity,” he spoke to SFTV film students about his career in the first of a series of conversations sponsored by SFTV and The Hollywood Reporter.

Environmental Resilience and the Santa Monica Bay

March 13, 2014   The annual Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission holds its annual research symposium, examining coastal ecosystem resilience in a time of climate change.

A Tribute to Joe Callinan

March 13, 2014   Joe Callinan, who passed away Feb. 24, was a mentor, educator and role model for countless people associated with the LMU community. Several friends and colleagues share their testimony of a professor who shaped the university for more than five decades.

David O. Russell and the Power of Predicaments

February 25, 2014   David O. Russell, nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director for “American Hustle,” talks about character-based cinema and why he likes to put his characters in predicaments.

“Frozen” Gives Lions A Shot at Oscar Credit

February 18, 2014   If Disney’s “Frozen” takes the Oscar for Best Animated Feature, one of its two nominations for this year’s Academy Awards, a few SFTV alumni will deserve some of the “cold” credit.

A Sunny Future for L.A.?

February 18, 2014   Forecast LA, combining economic forecasting and surveys, paints a picture of L.A. County that residents, and the city’s mayor, can expect to see. It’s the result of a collaboration between the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles and Beacon Economics.

Dana Gioia on Art, Beauty and Faith

February 18, 2014   Dana Gioia, former head of the National Endowment for the Arts, talks about beauty, faith and the images of art he saw as a young boy growing up in Los Angeles.