Henry Louis Gates Jr. says truth will out if people of all colors resist the censorship of America’s Black history.
KXLU’s “Alma del Barrio” has been singing its songs to L.A. and binding together LMU and the city’s Spanish-speaking communities for five decades.
The career of Marcela Escobar-Alava ’92 has led her from her family’s restaurant business in El Monte when she was 9 to the White House. Follow her path here.
In essays, articles, novels, and plays, the iconic writer mapped her beautiful, battered state with landmarks by which we find our way.
Noisy, smart, social, resourceful — crows, as readily as humans, have adapted to L.A.’s urban-wild and thrive among us.
Watch the full presentation of the “Anima Mundi” show that was projected onto the Sacred Heart Chapel façade in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Loyola-Marymount merger.
Prof. Cheryl Grills talks about her work with the California Reparations Task Force and its landmark 2023 report.
The transfer portal has brought dizzying roster changes, new opportunities, and, possibly, a shorter path to success in college athletics.
James Keane ’96 remembers the fear he felt at 14 when he saw “The Exorcist.” He still wonders if exorcism can rid him of the demons in the world.
The LMU-Los Angeles Rams partnership is the NFL team’s first with a higher education institution and one that promises benefits to both organization.
Jasmine Marshall Armstrong ’00 describes how the Ignatian spiritual tradition shapes her poems and how she sees the natural beauty of the Central Valley where she lives.
The hyperpolarization that defines today’s politics has its roots in the Southern Strategy of the 1960s.
Kevin Demoff, chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Rams professional football team, talks about the unique partnership between the Rams and LMU.
Life’s existence beyond Earth remains an unsolved puzzle. But Prof. Emily Hawkins and her students are looking at Enceladus, an icy moon of Saturn, for clues.
Donegal Fergus, new head coach of LMU baseball, discusses his approach to the game of baseball, recruiting, and the challenge of hitting the curve ball.
Emma Forthofer ’21, a documentary cinematographer, describes her favorite national parks. She would know
Prof. Gustavo Vejarano, with the help of a National Science Foundation grant, studies the use of groups of drones in fighting wildfires.
The merger of Loyola University and Marymount College 50 years ago was a hugely significant commitment on the part of the university’s sponsoring religious communities.
With four straight WCC titles in the pocket — not to mention several top 5 national rankings — LMU beach volleyball is aiming just as high in 2024.
LMU softball has won two straight WCC titles. Coach Tairia Flowers talks here about her plans to improve the team even more.
The unrecognized voice in the night, the burning bush — the Bible offers multiple examples of sudden callings from God. But Ignatius’ journey to his vocation was a long one. We don’t all get knocked off our horse one strange day.
Watch a conversation with President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., and representatives of LMU’s sponsoring religious communities about the significance of the Loyola University-Marymount College merger 50 years ago.
Find out why the annual KXLU “Alma del Barrio” Salsa Fest is one of the most lively and fun celebrations of the year on the LMU campus.
LMU’s Seaver College will take a major step forward with the planned Engineering Innovation Complex, which will replace the 1950s-era Pereira Hall.
Watch highlights of the dedication ceremony marking the $8 million commitment by the Dordick family to LMU Loyola Law School’s trial advocacy programs.
It’s the stuff of life — our alumni keep us all up to date with news, developments, work, achievements, accomplishments and more.
Mary Beth Ingham, CSJ, ’73, ’81 remembers the early days of the Loyola University-Marymount College, when men and women students acclimated themselves to a new, coeducational campus environment.
LMU is taking steps to repair and preserve the iconic letters on the bluff that were damaged by the rains of winter 2022–23.
Southern California is teeming with birds, those that live here and others passing through on the Pacific Flyway migration path. Here’s a guide to help you start watching.
Some would argue there was no NBA era better named than the Lakers’ “Showtime.” Others would argue “Showtime” moved north to the Bay Area with the appearance of Curry, Klay and Green. Two fans go toe-to-toe in Rivalry.
After hanging up his LMU jersey, Mattias Markusson ’20, M.A. ’21 took his game to Europe’s pro basketball scene. Here he describes a season with Chalone, in France.
Trevor Jackson ’23 has produced gripping, on-the-scene photographs of L.A. protests against the death of George Floyd. His work has appeared in The Los Angeles Times and other venues.
LMU opens new office to provide resources for undocumented students in their academic pursuits and student life on campus.