Joe Wakelee-Lynch

Joe Wakelee-Lynch

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The United States appears increasingly engaged in internal political warfare. Editor Joseph Wakelee-Lynch asks, “What is the cost of joining the battle?”

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.

Climate Chaos

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.

The Bove Era Ends

Elena “Lane” Bove’s career at LMU spans four decades, which doesn’t include her time as a Marymount undergraduate when Marymount College and Loyola University merged. Read our tribute to someone who may be unique for serving so long and at such a high level in the university’s history.

The Next Mile

Chris Louie ’91 is a marathon runner. Maybe a marathon marathon runner is more accurate — he’s run 128 of them. Here’s what makes him move.