The landmark gift from the Dordick Law Corporation founder will support the law school’s top-ranked advocacy programs. LOS ANGELES — Nava and Gary A. Dordick have made a generous $8 million commitment to LMU…
Loyola Marymount University’s Laband Art Gallery this fall features Sonia Romero in a 20-plus-year survey exhibition honoring her enduring and boundary-pushing art practice that addresses issues of social, cultural, and political significance, and her important contributions…
LOS ANGELES — Loyola Marymount University today welcomed more than 8,600 students to its Westchester and Playa Vista campuses for the start of 2023-24 academic year. Members of the Class of 2027 were selected…
LOS ANGELES — The exclusive West Coast premiere of Colleen Thomas’ “light and desire,” a Bessie-nominated dance production centered on how women artists cope under oppressive power structures, opens at Loyola Marymount University as part…
Former Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin ’93 has returned to LMU Loyola Law School to teach his first full-semester class this fall – and he’s bringing some impressive peers with him.
“Government Lawyering – The Intersection of Law and Politics” introduces students to a wide range of government lawyer career paths, from public defender to U.S. attorney. Each week features a guest speaker who will discuss his or her job and career path and take questions from students. The speaker lineup includes Los Angeles California Attorney General Rob Bonta, U.S. Attorney Martin Estrada, L.A. County District Attorney George Gascón and L.A. City Attorney Hydee Feldstein Soto, among others.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.
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
Dodgers vs. Giants
Fletcher on First
Burning the Roots
Girls in the Garage