Robert B. Lawton, S.J., left a legendary legacy as LMU president. His honorary doctorate was fitting tribute to his leadership and vision.
Agnes Marie Schon, C.S.J.
Agnes Marie Schon, C.S.J. who worked in LMU Campus Ministry from 1972–96 and was a resident counselor in McKay Residence Hall, passed away on Oct. 11, 2016, at the age of 102. Share your memories of her with LMU Magazine.
When Japanese-Americans returned to Los Angeles from internment camps in 1945, their struggles continued. Edward Whelan, S.J., president of then-Loyola University, did something about it.
Meet George Jetson
The Chemosphere, a space-age house that Leonard Malin ’55 built with architect John Lautner, seems as if it was delivered intact by aliens. A windowed octagon resting on a hillside pillar like a platter, this symbol of 1960s modernist architecture looks like an impossible house, and a less likely home. Malin made it a place to live.
Peg Dolan, R.S.H.M.
Four years after the LMU Campus Ministry Center was named for her and three years after her death, Peg Dolan, R.S.H.M., continues guiding the faithful, comforting the questioning and embracing those yearning for a deeper spirituality. Since the Peg Dolan,…