Diagram

Herbert Medina, professor of mathematics, practices the art of walking. Several times a year,...

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From the Desk Of

Oddities and knickknacks found in the office of one of the most prominent lawyers...

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Could you pass the SAT and get into LMU today? Take our 8 question...

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Voices

Two humorists came to the LMU campus to deliver a lecture using risqué language, shocking images and jokes. That may sound like an exercise in tasteless humor, and some of it was. But more important, theirs was a primer on the First Amendment of the Constitution.

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Dilemmas

The Dilemma is a new feature of LMU Magazine in which we ask a...

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Heritage
Profile

Kelly Sorensen’s passion for hockey goes way beyond a typical fan’s love of the game, even beyond the enthusiasm you’d expect from a former pro player. For Sorensen, hockey is a constant, a star to steer by.

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The Giveback
My Take

A poet ponders life without imagination. Submit your take here.

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Profile

When Bill Campbell was 16 years old, his aunt told him something that remained...

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This spring, the MAAA Board of Directors unanimously decided to take the occasion of...

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Classroom

In February 2012, 10 students journeyed more than 2,400 miles From L.A.’s southwest urban...

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Letter From

Forty-one years ago, I left the gentle ocean breezes and sunshine of Westchester to...

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First Person

Graciela Limón ’65, who has taught Latino literature, is best known today as a leading fiction writer herself. Limón’s novels are exercises in crossing borders. Her characters may be poor immigrants making a desert passage to new lives in Los Angeles, where cultural borders...

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Conversation

Wojciech Kocyan is a clinical professor of piano in the College of Communication and...

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Assigned Reading

Susan Barber is an associate professor of film studies in the School of Film...

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Remembering
Conversation

Johnny Gilbreath ’12, a business administration major, is president of the LMU Men’s Lacrosse Team, a non-NCAA club sport. As a freshman, Gilbreath and Marc Napp ’11 began teaching lacrosse to Westchester kids. Today, the LMU team is deeply involved in the city program, and the Westchester teams compete in the West L.A. Lacrosse League. On...

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Conversation

J.D. Hokoyama was president and CEO of Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP), an...

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