In the waters off Catalina Island, they swam with sharks. Eighteen incoming freshmen lived to tell about it. Theirs was an exercise in putting the study of science into practice, the first of many lessons for students with dreams of making a career in the field.
Junior point guard Anthony Ireland is at his coolest under pressure. Ice in his veins, floor general, shooter, assist machine, leader, clutch, smart, strong, fierce, unstoppable, reliable, crafty, all-conference, the iceman — words used to describe Ireland.
Beth (Van Brussel) Calkins ’02, former LMU admission officer, now lives in New Orleans. New Orleans is quite a city. Its people are resilient. The sense of community here is comforting; it almost reminds me of life on the bluff, though I do miss that Pacific breeze.
As a young girl growing up in San Jose, Calif., Christina English, an eager student of dance, piano and voice, dreamed of performing in musicals on Broadway. Instead, she ended up in opera, with an appearance at Carnegie Hall.