Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly Mitchell, who was elected chair of the Board of Supervisors in December 2021, talks about her goals as supervisor
A Conversation With Stan Johnson
Stan Johnson, head coach of LMU’s men’s basketball, talks about the strategic importance of culture in a Div. 1, NCAA basketball program.
A Conversation With Jane Chow ’19
“Sorry for the Inconvenience,” the award-winning short film by Jane Chow ’19, is set in L.A.’s Chinatown. She talks about why Chinatown means so much to her, a native Hong Konger.
The Quiet Heroes
The COVID-19 pandemic upset many plans for LMU-sponsored service activities. A pivot was called for, and Lion Acts of Service was the result.
The Broken Vessel
Kara Allen, Ed.D. ’14 describes her journey from crying with her 5-month-old while parked at University Hall to her job as chief impact officer with Spurs Sports & Entertainment.
The Long View
We asked Chris Louie ’91 for his favorite marathon races. He has run 132 marathons at last count, so he had plenty to choose from.
No Places Like Home
How does California’s Central Valley become home when you’ve been raised in metro Detroit and moved 10 times? Jermaine Johnson II ’19 is working on an answer to that question.
In Memoriam Winter 2022
A list — a memorial wall, in a way — of those in the LMU alumni community who have passed away.
Dispatches Winter 2022
It’s the stuff of life — our alumni keep us all up to date with news, developments, work, achievements, accomplishments and more.
Extreme California weather may bring chaos, but do we resist, mitigate or adapt to preserve the climate, our common good? David L. Ulin explores the path head and our responsibilities.