How to Hold On to Your Last Shred of Sanity on Election Night
Election anxiety dragging you down? Fight back with laughter: Ivan Ehlers ’04, cartoonist for The New Yorker, MAD magazine and others, has a few tips.
Forever the Bluff
Though it has been a while since we’ve been able to stroll the bluff at sunset, watch our new video and be reminded of the exquisite beauty of the bluff.
Fall in Love With LMU
This prayer, that has become synonymous with Pedro Arrupe, S.J., who was Father General of the Society of Jesus, describes the intimate connection of love to one's truest identity.
Service in the COVID-19 Lockdown
Does service to the community have to stop during the COVID-19 crisis? Patrick Furlong, interim director of the LMU Center for Service and Action, talks about how to serve the community while on lockdown.
A Tribute to Hank Gathers
This past February, LMU unveiled a statue honoring Hank Gathers, star of the 1989-90 men’s basketball team. Watch as the statue is installed and unveiled outside Gersten Pavilion.
Hank’s Legacy: The Gathers Family Remembers
The Gathers family visits the near-complete sculpture of son, brother and LMU icon Hank Gathers and reflects on his enduring legacy as a person and an athlete.
Highlights From the DNC Debate at LMU
Take a behind-the-scenes look at how LMU hosted the Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate this past December, when many of the nation’s most important leaders came to campus.
At Second Base: David Fletcher
Ex-LMU infielder David Fletcher, now covering second base for the Los Angeles Angels, looks back on the path that led him to baseball’s major leagues.
Equal Play: Kenzie Izzard
Kenzie Izzard, a junior coach with Girls on the Run, talks about the satisfaction she feels in helping young girls enjoy quality play and recreation activities, an experience she shared herself when she was in elementary school.
Equal Play: Martin Hernandez
Martin Hernandez, now a junior coach with Play Works, describes the benefits he received in learning group dynamics and leadership skills when he participated in Play Works as a young elementary school student.
Field Work — Jovana Lara ’88
News anchor and reporter Jovana Lara describes the work she dreamed about as a child and why it’s deeply satisfying today.