Four former U.S. ambassadors will discuss the greatest foreign policy challenges facing democracies today in a panel discussion that will launch the World Policy Institute at LMU, an interdisciplinary research and academic center.
Few have heard the epic story of the Catholic church’s most hidden members – its black nuns – who faced prejudice both inside and outside of the church. Although the longstanding practices of racial segregation and exclusion in the U.S. Church kept their numbers statistically insignificant through the 20th century, African-American Catholic sisters pioneered religious […]
During the event, the students had a chance to mingle with fellow SFTV students, faculty and staff and speak about how their scholarships have impacted their education and work. “This scholarship has allowed me to pursue my passion with sound and music,” said Recording Arts freshman Ryan Hartnett.
Brooklyn on Fire is the second installment in his Mary Handley Mystery series, centered around a nineteenth-century female detective in Brooklyn known as Mary Handley. The novel chronicles the steps Mary takes to solve a murder.
“I honestly didn’t think I’d be able to go to college,” said high school senior Larissa Ramirez as she tearfully accepted a full-ride, four year scholarship to Loyola Marymount University at The Hollywood Reporter’s 24th Annual Power 100 Breakfast.