Tony Coelho ’64 has worked tirelessly for disability rights, resulting in a lifelong vocation and the establishment of The Coelho Center for Disability Law, Policy and Innovation based at LMU Loyola Law School.
Being a journalist now seems more necessary than ever before, especially in current global geopolitics that continue to affect us in new ways.
Dean Bryant Keith Alexander is an active scholar with a distinguished record of teaching, service, professional activity, and a regular performer and keynote speaker at universities and conferences around the country.
Heangjin Park, assistant professor of Asian and Asian American studies, is an ethnographer who brings an immersive approach to teaching and research to Loyola Marymount University.
For the past two months, Iran has been rocked by one of the largest popular protests in its recent history. It all started with the arrest and death of a young woman, Mahsa Amini.
Even before the start of the campaign season, it was known that the 2022 race for Los Angeles mayor would be special.
An extra-constitutional change has occurred in the past 30 years that, while hardly noticed, has dramatically changed the way we are governed.