Operation Huck Finn

“The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” is both a simple and profound story of a journey: The novel depicts Huck and Jim’s rafting trip down the Mississippi River, and Huck’s journey into self-understanding as well. In 1959, six Loyola undergraduates decided to re-create Huck’s fictional journey. This is their story.—The Editor.

You can see a slide show of images from the Mississippi journey of Loyola students in August 1959 here.

The Lawton Legacy

When Robert B. Lawton, S.J., resigned as president of Loyola Marymount University as of May 31, one of the most significant eras in university history came to a close.

Reading the Waters

It’s not all happening at the beach for members of the Surf Club. One thing Chris Collato ’10 has learned, after 10 years of surfing, is the ocean isn’t necessarily as it appears: “Standing on the beach and looking out,…