Long gone are the days when a shoebox full of photographs under the bed was considered sufficient safekeeping. In contrast, today’s “digital shoebox” takes the form of carriers such as SD cards, USB drives and online Flickr albums. But how dependable are these tools?
The National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students awarded Thomas A. Gutto with the prestigious Bonita C. Jacobs Transfer Champion Award (Rising Star category) at its 14th annual conference in Atlanta, for his exceptional work as the Director of Transfer Enrollment Services at Loyola Marymount University.
Set inside the New York City nightlife scene – where clubs have become the new boardrooms – the series exposes the cutthroat entrepreneurial side of hip hop, with models, DJs and social media stars “hustling” to break through as fashion, music and media moguls.
Over 13,000 high school students — more than last year’s total and another record high — have applied for admission to LMU for Fall 2016. The applicant pool includes students from all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, and more than 100 countries.
LMU’s entertainment finance course helps both students and industry executives by providing qualified applicants to fill entry-level jobs. In fact, entertainment industry professionals are so keen about LMU’s entertainment finance course that many have committed to participate as mentors.