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Chapel Slideshow

The 2010 renovations to Sacred Heart Chapel — lighting, improved sound improvements, better accessibility — have heightened the beauty of an already aesthetically striking LMU feature.

Civil War Chest

When LMU students study Civil War history, they have a traveling trunk that belonged to a Civil War officer to study. This fascinating object throws new light on the day-to-day life of wartime history.

On the Road

LMU Choruses toured and performed in four Italian cities this past June. Take a look at photos from this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity enjoyed by Loyola Marymount students.

The Kids are Back in Town

Laptop, cell phone, iPod or MP3 player — if the required college equipment is so much smaller these days, why isn’t it easier to move in? Take a look at the start-of-semester ritual, 2010 version.

Loyola’s Football Legacy in Black and White

Loyola’s history with the pigskin is long and heralded. Our research on the 1950 team led us to a trove of fascinating images of icons like Don Klosterman, Tom Lieb, Jim Brownfield and even Knute Rockne and the MGM lion.

2010 Golf Classic

LMU’s Golf Classic and Dinner Auction is where alumni links-lovers and their friends play for a cause: to raise money for scholarships for the university’s student athletes. In 17 years, they’ve raised more than $700,000.

Alumni @ the Ballpark

It’s hard to beat an afternoon at Dodger Stadium, and our slideshow of Alumni @ the Ballpark will give you a great idea of the fun had by LMU alumni and their families at a Dodger-Cubs game in July.

Anchor Splash

An LMU sorority combines a competition and a charity fundraiser to produce a pool party with a purpose.

New York City Area Reception

LMU alumni and administration leaders met with newly admitted students and their parents at reception held at the historic Pratt Mansions, owned by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, in Manhattan.

Mike Smith’s World

Editorial cartoonist Mike Smith ’82 got his start at The Loyolan, and today he pokes fun at the foibles of the nation’s politicians in his cartoons in the pages of the Las Vegas Sun.