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Thomas Jefferson’s Secret Family Explored in Premiere of “Monticello Wakes”

The story of Thomas Jefferson’s two families – white and black, whispered about through American history – will come alive on stage Oct. 16-18 at the premiere of “Monticello Wakes” at Loyola Marymount University. The opera presented at LMU’s Murphy Recital Hall focuses on the lives of President Thomas Jefferson and his wife, Martha Wayles Jefferson, […]

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Experts Convene at Summit to Discuss Cyber Attacks and Prevention Strategies

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 5, 2015 – Hackers have attacked big businesses like Sony Pictures, Anthem and Target, even government offices. What can be done to stop these privacy breaches? Congressman Ted Lieu, who has been outspoken on hack attacks affecting the federal government, will join security experts to discuss prevention strategies on Saturday, Oct. 10 […]

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Faith and Science Spotlighted in Presidential Inauguration Lecture

Is Pope Francis’ recent encyclical on the environment compatible with current scientific thought? What is its vision for the future and how do faith and science work together or separately to point us towards our future and our ultimate meaning? That is the subject of an upcoming lecture in honor of the inauguration of Loyola […]

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THR Executive Editor Stephen Galloway and Billy Bob Thornton, from the Fall 2014 Hollywood Masters.

LMU School of Film and Television presents a fourth season of The Hollywood Masters

Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television is pleased to announce the continuation of the acclaimed interview series The Hollywood Masters, which kicks off its fourth season September 30, 2015. Emmy Award-winning journalist and LMU Visiting Artist Stephen Galloway will host the series, which has featured some of the top names in film and […]

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