Heritage

While delivering pews to Tijuana, Student Workers meet Mother Teresa.

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First Person

What are we supposed to do in life and how do we figure out how to do it? Los Angeles writer Lynell George ’84 has been talking with L.A. artists about the fault line between seeing the path of one’s life and staying on it. She tells us what she’s seen and learned.

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Feature

During the 2016 U.S. election process, fear of Muslims became a thread used to tie terrorists and extremists to suspicion of Muslim Americans. Here at LMU, Muslims have been participating in and contributing to the university’s culture for some time. We asked some to describe their faith, lives and experience in the United States. If we...

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Heritage

On January 12, 2016, National Football League owners approved the return of the Rams to Los Angeles. It was a day that the late Don Klosterman ’52, who helped shape the history of pro football in L.A., would have celebrated. Former L.A. Times sportswriter Chris Dufresne tells the Duke’s story.

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Alumni

LMU baseball stormed the 1986 College World Series and set a program standard for...

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Conversation

People are being trafficked to the cities, towns, businesses and farms every day. Kathleen Kim, professor of law at Loyola Law School and an expert on immigration and human trafficking, discusses human trafficking in the United States. She was interviewed by Editor Joseph Wakelee-Lynch.

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Letter From

Michael Amodei ’79, M.A. ’86, writer/editor with Ave Maria Press, checks in.

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Top Ten

Voters and candidates make surprising decisions that only begin to make sense when we understand that our choices are often rooted in psychological biases. And beyond the decisions that political actors make, random events often occur and help determine whom we elect. The most predictable part of our elections is that the unpredictable will happen.

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The Giveback

Jim Hindman ’82, right, created the Alan H. Falcon Endowed Scholarship in Accounting to...

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Conversation

Sean D’Evelyn, assistant professor of economics, studies efficient invasive species management and on environmental public goods. Here he talks about economics and ecosystems.

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Traditions

There’s a cup on the line every season when LMU and Occidental College face...

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Diagram

Trafficking, slavery and forced labor by their very nature are often hidden crimes. Nonetheless,...

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Favorites

Garrett Snyder ’09, a graduate of SFTV and the food editor at LA Weekly, takes LMU Magazine on a tour of his favorite foods around the city.

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Love Story

Mary Kelly ’84 and Robert Watson ’84, M.A. ’89 met on the LMU campus...

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News

Bill Clinton, 42nd president of the United States, focused his commencement address on the words of St. Ignatius and the motto of the class of 2016: “Go forth and set the world on fire.” He urged the Class of 2016 to expand the definition of “us” while shrinking the definition of “them.” As annual events that...

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From the Dorm Room Of

Rock climber Carson Szarek ’16 stocks a roomful of climbing gear for trips to...

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The influence of the Tongva people, the Native American people who made their home...

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Dilemmas

We quizzed Ernest Colín, chair of the SOE Instructional Technology Committee, about the proper place of technology in elementary school education. Here is his reply.

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My Take

Writer Amy Orr Morris-Young ’84 wonders whether it’s our DNA or the community surrounding us that shapes us more. Submit your take to LMU Magazine.

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Letter From L.A.

The Muslim house of prayer closest to LMU is the King Fahad Mosque —...

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Take a look at the wedding and baby photos published in the summer 2016...

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