Joe Wakelee-Lynch

Joe Wakelee-Lynch

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Voices: Rod Carew

When Rod Carew, one of baseball’s greatest hitters, spoke to students April 19, he acknowledged the pinnacles he had reached as a baseball player.

The Lawton Legacy

When Robert B. Lawton, S.J., resigned as president of Loyola Marymount University as of May 31, one of the most significant eras in university history came to a close.

Reading the Waters

It’s not all happening at the beach for members of the Surf Club. One thing Chris Collato ’10 has learned, after 10 years of surfing, is the ocean isn’t necessarily as it appears: “Standing on the beach and looking out,…

Profile: Lecia Brooks ’78

Lecia Brooks is no stranger to the “isms” that exist as the ugly potholes on the road to a better society. In 2004, she took a job in Montgomery, Ala., with the Southern Poverty Law Center, which fights racism and intolerance.

Profile: Kate Micucci ’03

Not everyone gains fame and success with catchy ditties filled with clever wordplay. But Kate Micucci is doing just that. She and her original songs — and her hilarious and appealing personality — together have led to a recurring role…

Profile: Brett Beach ’96

Brett Beach is hoping for some sweet success in his new venture with partner Timothy McCollum. The duo founded Madécasse, a company that grows and manufactures chocolate “from bean to bar” in Madagascar, an island off the southeastern coast of…

Object Lesson: History Set in Sand

It must be one of the oddest historical pieces in the William H. Hannon Library Archives and Special Collections: a sand jar, eight inches tall, with the words “The New Loyola — Rev. Joseph Sullivan —For the greater glory of God,” an image of the U.S. flag, and a jagged pattern of green, white, red, tan, pink, gray and gold sand lines. Even stranger is its origin.