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Anti-Muslim rhetoric and prejudice became a hallmark of the recent U.S. presidential election. Amir Hussain, professor of theological studies, counters myths, lies and stereotypes as he discusses the long history of Muslims in America.
The annual Christmas tree-lighting party lit up LMU’s Regents Terrace. Enjoy the celebration!
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Disparities in income and wealth were part of the stew of dissatisfaction that boiled over in the 2016 general election. Jennifer Pate, chair of the Department of Economics, talks about income distribution and why we should care about it.
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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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?
The Polaroid camera, unveiled in 1947, may have kicked off the mass DIY trend in photography. Although the original cameras are no longer made, we brought some produced by The Impossible Project to the Annual LMU Alumni BBQ in September 2016. The cool, moody...
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Silicon Beach, now a start-up hotbed in Los Angeles, began with a university named...
Paul S. Viviano brings a wealth of experience in health administration at the highest levels in Southern California to his post as chair of the Board of Trustees at LMU.
An AFROTC cadet as a student, Patrick Mullen flies state-of-the-art corporate jets on national...
The Nelson brothers resurrect a family whiskey distillery in Nashville.
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...
Dale Marini ’70, M.Ed. ’75 tells his Vin Scully story.