Conversation

Andrew Ranson ’98 says tattoos are not permanent enough for him. The canvas, skin, eventually goes the way of all flesh, into the ground.

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Letter From
Voices

Serial entrepreneur Brad Keywell tells students that a secret of his success is understanding...

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Profile

Gloria Calderón Kellett is a Del Rey Players veteran and has worked in TV, theater and short films.

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The Giveback

Steve Page’s parents had a mantra. “It was,” he remembers, “You guys are going...

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Conversation

Will Terry ’08, who majored in business administration, is chief operating officer of Terry Farms, a family-owned fruit-and-vegetable farm business that has operated on 1,800 acres in Ventura County for more than a century. In 2003, the family launched a strawberry business, Terry Berries. We talked to Terry about growing strawberries, which first replaced lemons as...

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Conversation

Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin delivered the Undergraduate Commencement Address on May 11. Her “Team...

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Conversation

Ying Sai, an assistant professor of computer information systems who teaches in the College of Business Administration, is an expert in Internet security research and e-commerce. She was interviewed by Editor Joseph Wakelee-Lynch.

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Profile

Patrick Lynch teaches English and is the chair of the English Department at Marymount High School in Los Angeles.

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Conversation

Debra Linesch is professor and chair of the LMU Department of Marital and Family Therapy. The author of four books and numerous articles and a former elementary school teacher, she has worked for years helping children deal with the effects of witnessing violence. She was interviewed by Editor Joseph Wakelee-Lynch.

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Habitat

Matt Jauregui ’04, assistant director of conference services, recently became a mayor. He was...

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Love Story

Cesar and Maritza were married on Aug. 7, 2004, in Guadalajara, Mexico, where Maritza’s...

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My Take

A writer examines greatness and says it’s time for more.

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Letter From L.A.