David rarely fights Goliath and lives to tell about it. Tony Menendez, a lone accountant in a global enterprise, did just that after a nine-year battle, and he told his tale when he visited campus Sept. 29.
Two humorists came to the LMU campus to deliver a lecture using risqué language, shocking images and jokes. That may sound like an exercise in tasteless humor, and some of it was. But more important, theirs was a primer on the First Amendment of the Constitution.
Anthony Kennedy, one of the most important jurists in the United States as associate justice on the U.S. Supreme Court — and often that body’s “swing” vote — gave a keynote address at the dedication of the Loyola Law School’s new Alarcón Advocacy Center Sept. 28.