Pushing your child to master one and only one sport from an early age — sports specialization — could be a game she or he ends up losing.
Crosswalks can be dangerous, but that doesn’t mean you should stay out of them. Metaphorical ones, too. The intersection where faith crashes into knowledge, where creativity clashes with order, is sometimes filled with light. Cross at the light.
Prolific and outspoken, film producer Effie Brown ’93, one of the industry’s prolific filmmakers, just wants to make movies that reflect the America she lives in and cares about.
In the long, empty hours between the horrific battles of World War I, soldiers sometimes turned their attention to making works of art, now known, and valued, as trench art.
Joe August been an avid gamer for almost as long as he can remember, and he works in the field now. We asked him to tell us about his favorite video game good guys and bad guys.
A philosopher suggests that intellectual humility, which seems to be in short supply in the nation’s public and political discourse, can bring hope amid hate.
Maximiliano Isi ’14 works on one of the teams of scientists that detected the collision of two neutron stars this past October. They documented an event that could change what we think about how the universe the universe works.
Athletic success in college sports today depends as much on training and wellness as on talent, drills and repetitions. Take a look at the work to prepare LMU athletes before the starting whistle.
Andee ’19 and Bianca ’19 Velasco, sisters and teammates on the LMU women’s basketball team, talk about where sibling rivalry starts and ends in daily life and on the court.
Petr Herman’s journey brought him from a small town in the Czech Republic to the megacity of Los Angeles. From a young age, he knew he wanted a life lived internationally and that basketball would be his vehicle.