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Timothy Law Snyder, LMU’s 16th president, brings with him experience accumulated at three Jesuit...

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Legacy

When David W. Burcham was elected president in 2010, LMU had selected a leader from within the university community known equally for his commitment to the institution and its people.

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Few rivalries divide Southern California more deeply than the Dodgers-Angels rivalry: blue or red?...

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The Giveback

For Danny Le, coming to LMU was a matter of location, location, location. A...

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When David W. Burcham came to LMU after leaving his post as dean of...

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Map

L.A.’s Silicon Beach has spread to Playa Vista, the LMU neighborhood, with the arrival...

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Object Lesson

LMU’s bluff perch is the starting point of terrain that morphs from urban to natural — from campus down to Playa Vista and the Ballona Wetlands just beyond. And that ambiguous geography is home to coyotes, a convenient home, in fact. Where the built and unbuilt environments of Los Angeles meet, coyotes will roam.

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My Take

A novelist learns that her mother is a truth-teller.

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Letter From L.A.

Commencement is a rare moment that is both end and beginning. The day seems...

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Letter From
Love Story

Rod Quartararo ’73 and Jean Sever ’73 — you could say their bond was...

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From the Desk Of

Charles Higgins teaches in the Department of Finance and Computer Information Systems in the...

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Conversation

Jennifer Ramos, associate professor of political science, studies the causes and consequences of political...

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Field Work

Michael John is an actor, stage-fight trainer and expert in theatrical uses of combat...

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Take a look at the wedding and baby photos published in the summer 2015...

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First Person

In 2011, after 35 years as a lawyer, I was graced to witness an...

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