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Working with NGOs in Europe helped lead Cynthia Salim ’09 to create a clothing...

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Issues

Anger, rage and betrayal swept through the U.S. political system in the recent presidential campaign, and they make for a combustible combination. Where do our politics go after passing the boiling point?

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Conversation

Paul S. Viviano brings a wealth of experience in health administration at the highest levels in Southern California to his post as chair of the Board of Trustees at LMU.

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Profile

The Nelson brothers resurrect a family whiskey distillery in Nashville.

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Conversation

The issue of concussions recently has received a great deal of attention in a...

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Conversation

Disparities in income and wealth were part of the stew of dissatisfaction that boiled over in the 2016 general election. Jennifer Pate, chair of the Department of Economics, talks about income distribution and why we should care about it.

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Recognition

Latino painter Salvador Barajas discusses his mural created for the School of Education.

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Conversation

Europe has taken center stage in the eyes of much of the world in recent months as it deals with refugees and migrants. But its past may be just as useful for lessons about political and economic turmoil there and in the United States today. We spoke about the lessons of history with Professor Elizabeth Drummond,...

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Issues

Perhaps the biggest prize for the winner of the 2016 presidential election is the ability to shape the Supreme Court and the judicial branch. We spoke with Allan Ides, professor and Christopher N. May Chair at the Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, about prospects for the U.S. Supreme Court in the context of a new...

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Service

For a group of LMU students, spring break 2016 was spent speaking with migrant...

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Conversation
News

“At LMU, we are more than located in the heart of Silicon Beach,” Snyder said. “We are the university of Silicon Beach.”

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News

The world’s most prominent diplomat, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of the United Nations, received an...

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News

Loyola Marymount University welcomed a head of state to campus on Feb. 17 when...

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Tribute

Paul Salamunovich (1927-2014) was director of the L.A. Master Chorale for 10 years as well as professor of music and director of choral activities at Loyola University and LMU from 1964 to 1991. He was also choir director at St. Charles Borromeo Church in North Hollywood. We asked Mary C. Breden, professor and director of choral...

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First Person

Dale Marini ’70, M.Ed. ’75 tells his Vin Scully story.

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Service

In August, students in the M-School’s New World Branding and Advertising class received their...

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Conversation

Timothy Law Snyder, president-elect of Loyola Marymount University, will take office June 1, 2015.

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Essay

L.A.’s murals have been part of Professor Karen Mary Davalos’ life since childhood. They not only spoke to her about background as a Chicana, they also helped her learn about herself.

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Conversation

In July 1961, Helen Singleton M.A. ’85 joined the Freedom Rides and took a train trip that started in Los Angeles and ended in a Mississippi prison.

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