The Legacy of Philanthropy: In 1986, a Surprise Bequest Enabled LMU to Achieve a New Vision of Excellence
In 1986, Loyola Marymount University received an unexpected $44 million gift from Beverly Hills oil heiress Liliore Green Rains. Under the stewardship of President James N. Loughran, S.J. and a visionary academic administration committed to…
LOS ANGELES — Artificial Intelligence takes center stage at this year’s Doshi Family Bridgebuilder Award ceremony at Loyola Marymount University, with all four recipients being honored for their contributions to the field. Receiving the prestigious award are leading…
LOS ANGELES — Loyola Marymount University’s Laband Art Gallery presents “Queerteñx: Trans Fronterizes / Cuir Transnationalism,” featuring artists Salvador de la Torre and José Villalobos, through March 23, 2024. Guest curated by Erika Hirugami,…
Six Sports Will Be Discontinued After 2023-24 Season
LOS ANGELES – Loyola Marymount University welcomes 10 new members to its Board of Trustees and Board of Regents, leaning into their wisdom, diverse perspectives, and leadership experience to support LMU’s mission and commitment…
LMU Extension was recently awarded $750,000 in grant funding from the California Workforce Development Board through the Helping Justice-Involved Reenter Employment (HIRE) program. The funds will be used to provide online employment preparation and training to justice-involved individuals. Over the course of two years, LMU will support 75 individuals who were previously incarcerated and reside in Los Angeles County. The program will equip them with academic credentials from LMU and provide workplace training tailored to careers in behavioral health professions. The majority of students will be from historically marginalized and underserved populations, including those with histories or risks of substance abuse and trauma. This LMU credential program aims to decrease recidivism and increase workforce reintegration. “Providing students from diverse backgrounds…Read more
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Oil drills and storage facilities are scattered across communities in the Los Angeles region. Tara Pixley, who teaches photojournalism in the LMU Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, has produced photo essays of many of those communities. She describes the dangers experienced by people who live and work in proximity to L.A.’s oil industry.
Aarika Hughes, in her second season as head coach of LMU women’s basketball, describes the strengths of the West Coast Conference competition and the discipline, defense and fast-paced play she intends to confront her opponents with.
The opioid crisis, which has killed as many as 700,000 Americans in the past 20 years, has fallen off the nation’s radar. Rebecca Delfino, clinical law professor at the LMU Loyola Law School, describes an epidemic and the overprescription practices and misleading marketing that fuels it.
Joan Didion’s California
Curious About Crows
KXLU’s Alma Del Barrio
The Transfer Portal
A Conversation With Henry Louis Gates Jr.
L.A.’s Oil Neighborhoods
Native Americans in Film
Yolo County’s COVID Outbreak
Athletes’ NIL Streams
A Conversation With Misty Copeland
Alvarado and 3rd
A Conversation With Holly Mitchell
A Conversation With Vin Scully
The Dogs That Save Us
A Conversation With Nadia Kim
The Unforgettable Run
The Saintly Order
For Gilberto Ramos