This issue of the College of Communication and Fine Arts newsletter serves as a new year offering. It features stories about current students and alumni; stories about dedicated donors whose generous support makes a difference, future plans of the college and more.
Students in the “Experimental Typography” studio class created identifying symbols for CFA.
Students in the Marital and Family Therapy program mentor local junior high school students.
LMU's Faculty Hall of Fame recognizes Virginia Barnelle, founder and chair of the theatre department.
More than 200 members of the LMU community attended a performance of “Matsukaze”
Like many freshmen, Kalin Talbott was undecided about her major during her first year at Loyola Marymount University. That was until she discovered the ARTsmart program.
Working to ease the increasing financial pressure felt by families and students seeking a LMU education, President David W. Burcham launched a three-year, $100 million scholarship initiative.
In the beginning of the 2012-13 academic year, the college renamed the CFA newsletter to “Where Traditions Meet,” from “Come Fully Alive.”
The Laband Art Gallery this fall presented “Return to the Sea: Saltworks”