Florida’s rejection of the College Board’s new AP African American Studies course puts a spotlight on the U.S. struggle to deal with racism and Black America’s past and present.
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Beach Volleyball Moves to Campus
Coach John Mayer describes the advantages of LMU beach volleyball, which finished third in the 2022 NCAA championships, now having its own courts on campus.
The Outsider President
“Jimmy Who?” people asked in 1976 as the virtually unknown James Earl “Jimmy” Carter came out of nowhere to capture the Democratic nomination for president, eventually winning the presidential election. Carter was able to accomplish this unlikely victory for one…
A Conversation With Cristi Hegranes ’03
Cristi Hegranes ’15, who founded the Global Press Institute, talks about training women journalists around the world and the dangers they face by telling their stories.
A Conversation with Justin Levitt
Election deniers now chair crucial committees in the U.S. House of Representatives. Justin Levitt, an expert in election law who has worked in the White House and the Department of Justice, discusses the future of election integrity.
Electoral Tea Leaves
Prof. Richard Fox analyzes possible outcomes and impacts of the results, whenever we finally know them, of the 2022 midterm elections.
The Pride: Angelina Thomas ’15
In this new LMU Magazine department, The Pride, Angelina Thomas ’15 the path and networks that helped make her way in the working world.
Dispatches Fall 2022
It’s the stuff of life — our alumni keep us all up to date with news, developments, work, achievements, accomplishments and more.
In Memoriam Fall 2022
A list — a memorial wall, in a way — of those in the LMU alumni community who have passed away.
SFTV’s Yang Named Head of Motion Picture Academy
Yang has established a reputation for helping Asians and Asian Americans succeed in Hollywood.