Media Archive

Videos, Slideshows, Etc.

June 5, 2013  |  Art of the Public

With perhaps 1,500 murals across the city, Los Angeles has earned its reputation as the Mural Capital of the United States. Take a look at our slide show to see the glorious work of some of L.A.’s most highly regarded muralists, including Kent Twitchell, Judy Baca, Paul Botello, Frank Romero, Glenna Bultuch Avila and LMU’s Man One, a member of the class of 1993 whose work appears in Mexico, Panama, Northern Ireland, L.A and elsewhere.

June 5, 2013  |  LMU Tradition

Baseball's zany Halloween game, in which players dress up in costume, was caught on video last October. Take a look, especially if you’ve wondered how fast a baseball player dressed like an oversized penguin can get from home to first.

May 16, 2013  |  Commencement 2013

Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin describes the connection she sees between storytelling and the work of a historian. Watch her undergraduate commencement address as she traces her historian’s path from recapping Brooklyn Dodgers baseball games for her father to studying Abraham Lincoln for her recent book about the nation’s 16th president.

April 16, 2013  |  Sightseeing with the Lion

Follow Iggy on his tour of major Los Angeles sites.

March 25, 2013  |  Lent 2013

A quick look at what members of the LMU community decided to do without during Lent, and how strong was their will power.

January 28, 2013  |  Bracket Madness

Everyone thinks his or her favorite LMU place, person, organization or event must be the best thing about LMU. So we came up with 32 good things about LMU and put them in brackets so you can vote for the TOTALLY BEST THING about LMU. Tell us why you chose your winner. If we overlooked something, put it in a comment.

January 18, 2013  |  Behind the Scenes With Anthony Ireland

When we started working on an idea for a photo shoot of LMU men's basketball point guard Anthony Ireland, we decided to do something related to his reputation for having ice in his veins. If you've seen him in a game in a pressure situation, then you probably have an idea about why the description fits. So we decided to make him cold, to see for ourselves. We shot him in an ice bath, and we shot him in a walk-in refrigerator. Here's a look from behind the cameras.

January 16, 2013  |  A Painting Tradition

The university’s letters on the Del Rey bluffs have proclaimed LMU’s presence in Los Angeles for decades. Even today, painting the letters remains an important student tradition. Take a look at photos from an afternoon on the hillside.

January 16, 2013  |  KXLU Enlarged

Click here to take a close look at the trove of information found in the KXLU information graphic.

January 14, 2013  |  KXLU’s Impact

KXLU has played an essential role in breaking musicians and bands from Jane’s Addiction to the Beastie Boys, Guns n’ Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nirvana, Beck, Dengue Fever, Death Cab for Cutie and the Silversun Pickups. See what members of those groups have to say about the radio station’s impact on their careers.

January 14, 2013  |  ACCESS Goes to Catalina

LMU's Access Program gives 18 incoming freshmen a three-week, intensive look of what the life of a scientist may be about: study in the classroom and explorations in the field. Take a look at our slideshow to see students in action as they study ecology and water life at Catalina Island.

December 12, 2012  |  Christmas Kick-Off

Christmas at LMU starts in a big way each year with the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in Regent's Terrace: Carriage rides, ornament and stocking decorating, a jazz band, cocoa, cookies and snow — watch our slideshow of the 2012 edition.

October 2, 2012  |  Birth of the Filmmakers

SFTV’s Summer Creative Workshop gives 16 local high schoolers with movie ideas in their minds the lights, cameras and professional faculty advice they need to enable the rest of us see what they’ve been imagining. Watch our budding filmmakers as they share the excitement of making movies.

October 2, 2012  |  Get ACCESS

See how LMU freshmen got a three-week jump start in science and research skills, including a field trip to Catalina Island where they swam with sharks (harmless ones) and came back to tell the story. It was all part of the Seaver College ACCESS program.

May 10, 2012  |  Lincoln's Lessons

Ken Burns is a documentary filmmaker who is immersed in history. At the 2012 undergraduate commencement, he told LMU's graduating class that in times of crisis, the United States repeatedly returns to Abraham Lincoln's grand and generous vision of this American nation for good reasons. Watch his exceptional commencement address.