Since the disappearance of 43 first-year teacher’s college students near Iguala, Guerrero on September 26, Mexico has been engulfed in its greatest human rights and political crisis in perhaps a century. In a tragic irony, the students were embarking on a protest action to commemorate another student massacre, which was perpetrated by government forces on […]
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The program will allow a group of students from LMU and ITAM to visit each other’s country in order to learn more about how businesses and public policy increasingly operate across global barriers like international borders.
African-American comic book, graphic novel, film and science fiction writers, critics and their followers gathered at Loyola Marymount University last week for a two-day colloquium, “Astro-Blackness: Remaking and (Re) Mixing Black Identity Before, Now and Beyond.” The groundbreaking sessions, which were part of the university’s African-American Heritage month celebration, brought together nationally recognized writers and […]