Media Archive

Videos, Slideshows, Etc.




November 25, 2013  |  LMU’s All-In Offense

Coach Charity Elliott’s aggressive offensive system for the women’s basketball team puts one huge, troubling question in the mind of every defense: Who’s the shooter? Watch our video to find out.

November 25, 2013  |  When Fiction Becomes Reality

In 1959, six Loyola students followed their reading of “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” with a trip designed to recreate Huck’s fictional journey down the Mississippi River with his friend Jim. Huck’s sojourn lives in our imaginations, but here are photos from a student trip that was sparked by the first great American novel.

November 25, 2013  |  The J.D. Black Papers

When the City of Los Angeles acquired the rights to transport Owens Valley water south, J.D. Black documented the battles as well as the economic aftermath by collecting documents and images and taking his own photographs. Watch our slide show to see some of the images of life in the Owens Valley before and after Los Angeles came to town.

November 25, 2013  |  The Caricatures

If you stopped by the LMU Magazine booth at the Alumni BBQ this past September, you probably had your caricature drawn. Watch our slide show featuring some of them to see if you can find your marvelous image.

November 25, 2013  |  Let There Be Light(s)

LMU soccer entered a new era in August 2013 when the men’s soccer team played the first night game on Sullivan Field. Watch a time-lapse video of the historic action.

October 18, 2013  |  Billy Bean ’86 Returns

Watch Chris Bigley ’09 and Chance Turkmany, son of Chris Turkmany ’87, take batting practice with LMU great and former major leaguer Billy Bean ’86. Chris and Chance were winners in our Bracket Madness contest to choose the favorite thing of alumni about LMU.

September 17, 2013  |  Alums on LMU Magazine

Did you get your photograph taken in the LMU Magazine booth at the 59th Annual LMU Alumni BBQ 2012? If so, watch our slide show to see if you can find yours.

June 5, 2013  |  From Behind the Plate

Colton Plaia ’13, star catcher for the LMU baseball team, was named the 2013 West Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year. In his senior season, he led all WCC catchers throwing out base runners attempting to steal. Watch our video as Plaia describes what goes on inside a catcher’s head in the brief seconds of a steal attempt.

June 5, 2013  |  Veterans Honoring Their Fallen Comrades

Andrew Ranson ’98 founded Memorial Ink to document veterans’ memorial tattoos, those that pay tribute their fallen comrades and friends. See photos of the tattoos of veterans he has worked with.

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.