If Graduation Took Place at Warp Speed
2015 Commencement | How many times have we wished commencement ceremonies could be speeded up? Watch our time-lapse of the 2015 undergraduate commencement exercises and find if you’d really want what you wish for. Enjoy.
Sunset From the Bluff
A Natural Wonder: The beauty of LMU’s bluff is endlessly alluring. Then, when you think you’ve seen it all, the sun sets, and it just takes your breath away. Watch our time-lapse as the Earth’s nearby star sets in January.
“Fable” by Bruce McBirney ’76
On a bright afternoon in 1975, English major Bruce McBirney ’76 and a motley, clever cast staged a standard text near Foley Pond: Aesop’s fable “The North Wind and the Sun.” Now, years later, McBriney, a poet, has immortalized that...
The Lighting of the Christmas Tree 2014
A Christmas Tradition: There may be no real snow on Regents Terrace when the Christmas tree is lit every December, but there are sleigh rides and carols, and plenty of good cheer.
Matthew Campanella ’13 Walks the Migrants’ Path
Texas’ Death Valley | Matthew Campanella ’13 says he wanted to help make a documentary about the conditions faced by immigrants in Texas because of what he learned about being “a man for others” as a member of LMU’s Magis...
Brenda Frketich ’06: Dirt Girl
A Day on an Oregon Farm | Brenda (Kirsch) Frketich ’06 returned to her family’s Oregon farm after graduating from LMU because she missed the dirt. Watch our audio slideshow and hear her talk about the farm and what it...
Status Report: Where Are You Now?
Alumni BBQ Chalkboard | At the 61st Annual LMU Alumni BBQ, held this past September, LMU Magazine constructed a huge chalkboard and invited alumni to answer the question “Where are you now?” Watch our timelapse video to see the board...
God’s Spoken Word
Peg Dolan, R.S.H.M. | Five years ago, LMU said good-bye to one of the most beloved members of the community when she passed away: Peg Dolan, R.S.H.M, ’58, M.A. ’74. To exaggerate her contributions to individuals and the institution as...
Minute Move In
Campus life at LMU was resurrected this week as 1,300 first-year students made their move on LMU. Watch the video to see all the action in 50 seconds.
A Chaucer Tradition
LMU students have been reciting Chaucer’s prologue to “The Canterbury Tales“ at least since the early 1960s. We asked actor Brian Avery ’63, Professor Emeritus Mel Bertolozzi and graduating senior Kristen Trudo ’14 to give a reading of those immortal...
Sand Volleyball’s Day in the Sun
At Home on the Beach | When practice time rolls around, LMU’s sand volleyball team hops in a car and drives a couple minutes over to the court — real sand, real beach, real ocean.
Catch That Bunny
Crimson Circle’s Bunny Recapture | Heard the rumor about a man-sized rabbit that attempts its escape from campus each spring? That’s no myth; it’s true. This year, the bunny tried again, in broad daylight, to escape its Crimson Circle captors....