Crossfire

Although it has been almost 20 years since Los Angeles said good-bye to two professional football teams — the Rams, who moved to St. Louis, and the Raiders, who returned to Oakland — talk of the game’s return persists. Today there are at least three possible sites for a stadium, and three existing teams that could...

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Field Work
Conversation

In 2012, more than four decades after its maiden broadcast, National Public Radio hired its first chief marketing officer, Emma Carrasco ’82, tasking her with marketing an American media icon. Carrasco, who was a KXLU station manager, likes to say that “public radio isn’t going away — it’s going everywhere.” For her, NPR’s values of thoughtfulness,...

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First Person

Matthew Campanella ’13 is an investigative reporter on “The Real Death Valley,” an immigration documentary hosted by reporter John Carlos Frey for The Weather Channel. The film focuses on Central Americans who make their way on a dangerous path through Brooks County, Texas, a throughway to U.S. cities to the north. While filming, Campanella and Frey...

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My Take

Sometimes the most valuable gift to give is the simplest of all.

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City Life

L.A.’s East Cahuenga Pedestrian Alley, known as EaCa Alley, is between N. Cahuenga Blvd....

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Album

What question could everyone answer? “Where are you now?” Your answers were inspiring, funny...

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Alumni

Emily Spivey M.F.A. ’96 has an Emmy Award to her credit for her work...

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Chat

Chat is an LMU Magazine feature that links current students with alumni by using...

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Album

If the San Fernando Valley has been disparaged by many, including Angelenos, then its...

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Field Work

Henri Lepore Dessert, who divides his time between the United States and Milan, works on every step in the shoe-making process, from the first sketches to the selection of materials and oversight of the hand-made creation of the shoes themselves.

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Tribute

On the fifth anniversary of the passing of Peg Dolan, R.S.H.M., LMU Magazine produced...

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Canon
Conversation

Caroline Sauvage is an assistant professor of classics and archaeology in the Bellarmine College...

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Love Story

Step by step, avid runners Kevin Komenkul ’06 and Jan Minette Laqui ’05 move...

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Conversation

Joseph Reichenberger, a professor of civil engineering in the Frank R. Seaver College of...

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Dilemmas

“The Dilemma” is a feature of LMU Magazine in which we ask a member of the faculty for ethical advice about a complex question. Send your moral quandary to magazine@lmu.edu with the word “dilemma” in the subject line. We’ll pick one, put it to a faculty member and give you an answer in the next issue.

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Object Lesson
Letter From L.A.
Voices

James L. Brooks, winner of Emmy Awards and Academy Awards, described the cast of people in his life who have helped him achieve success when he spoke to students in SFTV’s Mayer Theater in October.

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Letter From

It’s been more than a year since I left the comfort of the bluff...

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The Giveback

The Jarlath Curran Technology-Enhanced Classroom that will be found in the new Life Sciences...

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Homescreen

Take a look at Jamie Sanchez’s iPad, which he shares with his 3-year-old daughter,...

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Favorites

Brittany Myers ’12 is a singer-songwriter from Laguna Niguel, California. She is pursuing her music career in Seattle, where she lives. She studied psychology in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. You can listen to her playlist here.

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