Time Out

By Seth Davis
Photos by Jon Rou
Issues

President Donald Trump rescinded the DACA program for immigrants who as children were brought to the U.S. by their parents. But he also invited Congress to weigh in on DACA’s ultimate fate. We asked faculty experts to talk about the program’s future.

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Diagram

U.S. sports culture for many adolescents, from middle school, or younger, through high school, seems increasingly characterized by a trend that leads young athletes to the narrow pursuit of excellence in just a single sport. The potential rewards are significant: advanced athletic development, personal satisfaction and even college scholarships and free tuition. But less obvious are...

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The origin story senior Petr Herman, a member of the men’s basketball team, begins in the small town of Čáslav in the Czech Republic. Herman quickly discovered his talent for basketball, and it took him to cities across Europe and then to Spain’s Canary...

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Letter From L.A.

Crosswalks can be dangerous, but that doesn’t mean you should stay out of them....

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Conversation

Andee ’19 and Bianca ’19 Velasco, sisters and teammates on the LMU women’s basketball...

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Conversation

Maximiliano Isi ’14 works on one of the teams of scientists that first detected gravitational waves in September 2015. When those same teams detected the collision of two neutron stars this past October, they documented an event that could change much of what we know about the workings of the universe. Isi was interviewed by Editor...

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Conversation

Fans or not, millions are watching football this season to see who is, and...

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Conversation

Saeri Cho Dobson, associate professor of graphic design, talks about design as an expression of social justice and her work with students involved with community organizations. She was interviewed by Editor Joseph Wakelee-Lynch.

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Lab Work

If one imagines a five-point scale to rank the most interesting creature found in...

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Letter From
Classroom

Some of Hollywood’s roots are sunk deep in Southern soil, and the film industry has shown us both the good and the bad fruit.

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That game-day voice ringing through the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum at Rams’ home games belongs to LMU’s Sam Lagana ’84. Watch as Lagana describes attending Rams games as a boy with his father and how his time at LMU shaped his life.

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Alumni

Sursum Corda, now a quarter-century old, started through an encounter with a person in...

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Conversation

Although the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that some forms of race-based gerrymandering are unconstitutional, it has avoided taking a stand on partisan gerrymandering. That may change this coming October, when the court will hear a case about whether the partisan drawing of legislative boundaries in Wisconsin has gone too far.

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