How does a Filipino family gradually transplanted in new American soil grow? For Oliver de la Paz ’94, ’95, carefully, surely, like a vine that rises along its trellis.
Extreme California weather may bring chaos, but do we resist, mitigate or adapt to preserve the climate, our common good? David L. Ulin explores the path head and our responsibilities.
The Next Mile
Chris Louie ’91 is a marathon runner. Maybe a marathon marathon runner is more accurate — he’s run 128 of them. Here’s what makes him move.
Native mountain lions risk their lives to cross the U.S. 101 freeway. A wildlife crossing, in the form of a bridge, could save them.
The Class of COVID
The COVID-19 crisis has revealed deep flaws in the nation’s education systems. Have we learned anything that will lead to ways to improve K-12 education?
The Dogs That Save Us
The human-dog lovefest may be 15,000 years old, and the pandemic has given it a shot in the arm. Are they our most faithful friends, or are we theirs?
In 1963, James Baldwin masterminded a tense nighttime meeting with Robert F. Kennedy to break down the Kennedy administration’s reluctance to act on civil rights. Baldwin’s summit changed RFK forever after.
Stephanie Bell’s senior film project turns the spotlight on Black women’s natural hairstyles and race-based hair discrimination.
Polls that seemed terribly inaccurate in the 2016 presidential election left half the country feeling they’d burned their hands on the stove. Should we doubt polling reports this year? Three LMU experts say probably not.