Starting in 2010, LMU began collecting the stories of the university as remembered by alumni, faculty and staff. Seven students, guided by Laurie Pintar, an adjunct professor of history, began the work of assembling memories and reflections of events, milestones and day-to-day life on the LMU campus.
Kristen Tracy likes writing, but she loves telling stories. At the root of her success is her confidence in her stories — she grew up often feeling trapped in a small Mormon farming town, population 841, and turned to her imagination for respite.
Young Dwayne Hickman was a TV fixture in the 1950s and early ’60s in a supporting role (while a student at Loyola) in the smash hit “The Bob Cummings Show” and the lead — Dobie Gillis — in the groundbreaking comedy “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.” Hickman has enjoyed a full career in acting and...
Nora Murphy is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. Her research specialty centers on “first impressions” and how individuals accurately detect the traits and characteristics of others in a social interaction, particularly through nonverbal communication.