Loyola Marymount University’s International Business Ethics Case Competition marked its 20th anniversary April 20-23 with its largest contest to date in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded in 1996 by Professor Thomas White, LMU’s Conrad N. Hilton Chair in Business Ethics, the competition that began as a campus event today draws colleges and universities from around the world. […]
Michael Kirst, president of the California State Board of Education has been named the 2016 Educator of the Year by Loyola Marymount University’s School of Education. He will receive the award and give a keynote speech at the annual Kappa Delta Pi and SOE Awards Ceremony on April 24, 2016, at the Hilton Center for […]
Newly released data about members of Loyola Marymount University’s undergraduate Class of 2015 shows impressive results about their paths after leaving the Bluff: ninety-one percent landed jobs, entered grad school programs or began post-graduate service. The School of Film & Television logged the highest employment rate (83 percent), followed closely by the College of Business […]
But across the board, fewer Angelenos than last year predict an improvement in the economic conditions that affect their daily lives. Those surveyed blame higher housing costs in Los Angeles and a belief that the disparity between rich and poor will continue to widen.
The Loyola Marymount University Choruses will present an evening of classical music on Friday, April 29, at the 51st annual Spring Chorale in the Sacred Heart Chapel. This year’s event, “A Festival of Masses,” will feature three contrasting Mass settings: the Missa Secunda of Renaissance composer Hans Leo Hassler; Norwegian-born Ola Gjeilo’s symphonic Sunrise Mass […]