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Students, Professors Attend Presidential Debate Watch Party and Forum at LMU

Join students and professors at Loyola Marymount University on Monday, Sept. 26, on the Westchester campus to watch and discuss the first presidential debate. LMU’s Debate Watch Party, which will begin just before Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off at Hofstra University in New York, offers opportunities for dialog, questions and answers about the […]

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LMU Professor’s Commitment to Dance and Social Justice Gets National Attention

The September issue of Dance Teacher Magazine, one of the nation’s premier dance publications, features a cover story on how dance and social justice are being combined at Loyola Marymount University by Rosalynde LeBlanc Loo, an assistant professor of dance in the College of Communication and Fine Arts. LeBlanc Loo, a dancer with the Bill […]

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LMU Experts Ready to Assist with Coverage of 2016 Olympic Games

With the Olympic Games underway in Rio de Janeiro, LMU professors are prepared to offer insights on a range of issues, including the challenges facing host city Rio, athletes’ fitness regimens, sponsorship and marketing efforts and more. Email news@lmu.edu or call our Media Line, 310.258.4636, to request an interview with these and other LMU faculty […]

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Six LMU Students Awarded Fulbright Grants

Six Loyola Marymount University students have earned Fulbright grants for 2016-17 — setting an LMU record for the largest number awarded in a single year. The students were selected from a group of 13 finalists – another record number for LMU – whose names were released earlier this year. Those earning grants for study, research […]

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LMU Choruses Usher in Spring with 51st Annual Chorale

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 […]