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.
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.
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.
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.