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Interim Studio Arts Chair Accepts Appointment

Professor Jane Brucker has been named the Interim Chair of Studio Arts for the Spring 2017 semester, following the departure of former chair Garland Kirkpatrick, who is on sabbatical. Brucker has taught at LMU since 1993, and previously served as the chair of the Drawing Department within Studio Arts. Brucker uses sculptural objects and performance […]

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Art History Exhibition: (Re) Imagining Each Other

The Hannon Library Spring 2017 Archives and Special Collections gallery exhibition, (Re) Imagining Each Other, explores issues of race and culture through the examination of 19th-century illustrated texts, early 20th-century sculpture and postcards as well as contemporary ritual items from the permanent collections of the William H. Hannon Library’s Archives and Special Collections and the Loyola […]

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A Dream Renewed by Generosity

Madeline Canales ’17 is a communication studies major. We asked her to share this speech she presented at the November Scholarship Dinner. She serves as a CFA peer mentor, a resident advisor for the transfer student community, and is a member of First to Go and the Tri Delta Sorority. At Loyola Marymount University, I […]

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A Ballade in a Minor Key

By Joseph Wakelee-Lynch One of the highlights of the academic year for me is a piano recital by Wojciech Kocyan. To hear some of the world’s great music performed live by a virtuoso is a rare opportunity and gift. Kocyan gave another of his annual concerts this past Saturday evening, on Nov. 19. Murphy Recital […]

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Assessing the Transformative Potential of Design in Florence

Over the years, countless groups of U.S. undergrads have flocked to Florence to study Art and Art History – and what better place to do it? Loyola Marymount University Design professor Saeri Cho Dobson chose a different approach, however. Against Florence’s rich cultural patrimony and in the shadows of Renaissance masters, Dobson challenged students to […]

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Professor Henley to be Honored at Inge Theater Festival

Acclaimed playwright, screenwriter and LMU Theatre Arts Presidential Professor Beth Henley will be honored with the William Inge Distinguished Achievement in American Theater Award at the 36th William Inge Theater Festival at Independence Community College, Kansas, April 19-22, 2017. Henley joins the roster of renowned playwrights who have traveled to the small Kansas town, named […]

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Discovering a Personal Truth through Dance

Kay Hampton ’18 is a dance and psychology double major. We asked her to share her experience as part of a summer intensive program at the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company in New York City this summer. She serves as the general of the student worker program and leads bible studies for women and African […]

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Annual Colloquium Reveals the Dark Side of the Internet

Exploring the increasing encroachment of big data on our digital lives can be pretty scary stuff. According to the speakers at Communication Studies’ Annual Colloquium, anonymity in the current digital culture has become nearly impossible, and with few government regulations for personal data collection, this problem is only going to get worse as technology advances. On […]

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