First Person

St. Ignatius taught his followers the examen — the practice of reflecting on the events of the day to detect God’s presence. Although Ignatius intended it for individuals, the concept holds for institutions, too — at least those that genuinely care about their future, as Loyola Marymount does. LMU has just finished looking purposefully at itself,...

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Traditions

The Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary strengthened their 44-year legacy of social...

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Conversation

Christopher Adachi is a composer and trumpet, piano and ukulele player. Born in Nanakuli, Hawaii, Adachi is pursuing his master’s degree in education at LMU through PLACE Corps — Partners in Los Angeles Catholic Education. Students in this program live together in community, earn teaching credentials and teach in under-resourced schools affiliated with the Archdiocese of...

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Profile

Like many freshmen, Kalin Talbott was undecided about her major during her first year at LMU until she discovered the ARTsmart program.

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Conversation

Keith Ellison is assistant athletics director for sports medicine at LMU, where he has...

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Diagram

Contributions from alumni, donors and benefactors have made Loyola Marymount University the respected, dynamic...

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Letter From

President David W. Burcham reflects on a gift offered to a family with financial...

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The Giveback

As a Loyola engineering graduate and a longtime member of LMU’s Board of Regents,...

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Profile

Mike Ricci first arrived at Loyola (before the merger with Marymount College) after hitching a ride from the Nellis Air Force Base near Las Vegas. “I’ll always look back at those years in time as a really great beginning,” Ricci says.

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The Impact

LMU helped put Christopher Pearson ’06 on the path to leadership and public service.

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The Impact

Kevin Harter ’10 works hard and plays hard. As LMU’s first Page Merit Scholar,...

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First Person
The Impact

Swimmer, scholar, animator: Three elements of Mary Kate Short make LMU the perfect place...

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Diagram

The university received individual gifts ranging from $1 to more than $57 million. No...

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First Person

David S. DeVito knows money. He knows management. He knows civic and community values and virtues. And he very well knows Loyola Marymount University. All of this makes DeVito an ideal person to provide an update and analysis concerning an extremely important — and all too often overlooked or misunderstood — aspect of the university’s long-term...

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Profile

A member of the LMU Board of Trustees from 1993–98, Steven Hilton has been...

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