TIME Magazine named “The Inspection,” produced by LMU SFTV alumna Effie Brown ’93, one of its top movie picks of the year: “Jeremy Pope gives a superb performance as a young gay man, homeless…
With her deadline a month away, Marlaina Owens ’16 wrote a statement of purpose while her train traveled from Germany to Paris. Owens was applying for a Fulbright award to complete research on her…
50 years ago, President Donald P. Merrifield, S.J., and a group of progressive LMU educators identified the urgent need for cross-fertilization within the fields of STEM. The result was a merger of the Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics departments with the departments of Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, establishing the college we now know as LMU Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering.
Therese Maynard is a beloved professor who has shaped the lives and careers of generations of students at Loyola Law School. Thanks to a $3.5 million gift from a former student, Maynard’s legacy will be honored in perpetuity through a newly endowed faculty position: the Therese Maynard Chair in Business Law.
Lee Avila ’81 was among the first in her family to graduate from college. She has served under three presidential administrations. She was also one of the original Laker Girls – the cheerleading squad of the Los Angeles basketball team. All this, and more, she credits to her experience as a student at Loyola Marymount University. That’s why she has pledged a $400,000 bequest to create an endowment for the Gonzalez Family Scholarship, which will support generations of Latina students at LMU.
“We Got Next LA is a nonprofit after-school program that I started up in my last semester at LMU. It’ll offer kids tutoring, mentoring, extracurricular classes, special events, and community outreach opportunities.”
Alexa Cook, an LMU alumna, is profiled for her career as a sports agent at CAA, where she has delivered billions of dollars in revenue to clients via sponsorship deals.