Loyola Marymount University leaders are recognized once again among the “LA 500” — the Los Angeles Business Journal’s list of the city’s most influential, powerful and impactful people.
Armstrong brings to LMU two decades of comprehensive leadership experience in the IT field, including roles in higher education and California state government.
LMU’s Shakespeare on the Bluff Returns with In-Person Performances of “Julius Caesar” and “The Tempest”
LOS ANGELES — Loyola Marymount University’s popular Shakespeare on the Bluff summer festival opens for its fifth season with performances of “Julius Caesar” on June 24 and 25 and “The Tempest” on July 22…
Moore joins LMU from the School of Filmmaking at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where she recently served as chair of the Production Department.
Twenty-nine years ago, Humberto “Beto” Duran was arrested for a crime he did not commit. While in prison, Duran developed serious health issues. He is now confined to a wheelchair. Loyola Project for the Innocent (LPI) attorney Megan Baca began investigating his case in 2018 and uncovered compelling evidence supporting his claim of innocence. LPI client Humberto “Beto” Duran with his family While incarcerated, Duran has completed scores of courses and programs. On August 4, 2022, the Board of Parole Hearings recognized Duran’s hard work, his overwhelming family and community support, and the evidence of innocence submitted by LPI’s lawyers, and found him suitable for parole. Pending the governor’s review, Duran will be released on New Year’s Day after 30…Read more
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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.
Kara Allen Ed.D. ’14, chief impact officer, is the San Antonio Spurs’ face in their community. Putting seats at the table where decisions are made — that’s how Allen describes her job. But it goes both ways, she says: not only putting a Spurs voice at community tables but adding community voices at the Spurs’ table.
The impact of climate change on Southern California — in heat, ocean temperatures and coastal damage — is now evident, with more on the way, says Eric Strauss of the LMU Center for Urban Resilience. The worst effects will likely be distributed unequally. Our goal, he says, is not climate change reversal but adaptation.
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
Dodgers vs. Giants
Fletcher on First
Burning the Roots
Girls in the Garage
Farrow’s Advice to Grads
Jodi Finkel’s Office Statement
Norma Rios ’82
Play to Win