November 27, 2013

Philip Dugan ’58: How to Treat People

Philip Dugan ’58 says he learned the importance of giving to others from his Jesuit education. Watch and listen as he describes his work in Tenn., where he has built regional cancer treatment centers that shorten the distance his patients...

November 26, 2013

How Van Partible ’93 Gave Life to Johnny Bravo

The Animator’s Creation: Johnny Bravo, now-famous star of a cartoon show of the same name, was born in the mind of a student in an LMU animation class. We talked with Van Partible ’93 during his cover photo shoot about...

November 18, 2013

LMU Magazine Contest Winners Bat With a Legend

Watch Chris Bigley ’09 and Chance Turkmany, son of Chris Turkmany ’87, take batting practice with LMU great and former major leaguer Billy Bean ’86. Chris and Chance were winners in our Bracket Madness contest to choose the favorite thing...

November 18, 2013

The Bluff: An Aerial Tour

The LMU bluff still amazes prospective students. When we asked alumni to vote for their favorite thing about LMU in our Bracket Madness game, the bluff won hands down. Watch our video of this spectacular geologic feature for a view...

June 9, 2013

Colton Plaia Throws People Out

From Behind the Plate | Colton Plaia ’13, star catcher for the LMU baseball team, was named the 2013 West Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year. In his senior season, he led all WCC catchers throwing out base runners...

May 8, 2013

Doris Kearns Goodwin Addresses the Class of 2013

Commencement 2013 | Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin describes the connection she sees between storytelling and the work of a historian. Watch her undergraduate commencement address as she traces her historian’s path from recapping Brooklyn Dodgers baseball games for her father...

March 25, 2013

What Did You Give Up for Lent This Year?

A quick look at what members of the LMU community decided to do without during Lent, and how strong was their will power.

January 15, 2013

The Iceman

Behind the Scenes With Anthony Ireland | When we started working on an idea for a photo shoot of LMU men’s basketball point guard Anthony Ireland, we decided to do something related to his reputation for having ice in his...

January 12, 2013

The Letters on the Bluff

A Painting Tradition | The university’s letters on the Del Rey bluffs have proclaimed LMU’s presence in Los Angeles for decades. Even today, painting the letters remains an important student tradition. Take a look at photos from an afternoon on...

January 8, 2013

The Radio Stars Speak

KXLU’s Impact | KXLU has played an essential role in breaking musicians and bands from Jane’s Addiction to the Beastie Boys, Guns n’ Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nirvana, Beck, Dengue Fever, Death Cab for Cutie and the Silversun Pickups....

October 31, 2012

Baseball’s Costume Ball

Baseball’s zany Halloween game, in which players dress up in costume, was caught on video last October. Take a look, especially if you’ve wondered how fast a baseball player dressed like an oversized penguin can get from home to first.

September 2, 2012

Science Students Make Catalina Island Their Lab

See how LMU freshmen got a three-week jump start in science and research skills, including a field trip to Catalina Island where they swam with sharks (harmless ones) and came back to tell the story. It was all part of...