Rosa Aramburo ’11, a DACA participant and now a medical student, finds herself serving the medical needs of the people of Nome, Alaska.
If ever foreign news bureaus were useful, they surely are now when it comes to China. On almost every front, the Middle Kingdom is asserting itself on issues ranging from building bases in the South China Sea, to organizing international trade pacts, targeting Taiwan’s status as an international actor, and moving forward in technology innovation. China even aims to catch up to world soccer. We asked journalist John Corrigan ’77 to give us an eyewitness account of life in China’s capital, Beijing. Here’s his report.
My years at LMU helped me realize that my real American dream had to be rooted in faith and the promotion of justice. The motto I always heard at LMU — to be “men and women for others” — left a permanent imprint on me. I left LMU with a deep commitment to the Sursum Corda (“lift up our hearts”) service org that continues to inspire me.