Archive | October, 2016


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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Deepening Art Therapy Understanding in Mexico

  Broadening student experience has always been a vital component of LMU’s Marital and Family Therapy (MFTH) graduate program. In 2004, department chair Debra Linesch, a longtime advocate for informing clinical skills with social justice and cultural awareness, launched the Art Therapy in Mexico summer program. This two-week long summer program teams LMU art therapy […]

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Exploring Ethnicity and Identity Through Performance

On October 3, an intimate crowd gathered in Murphy Recital Hall to view The Core Ensemble performance of “Los Valientes,” a chamber music theatre production featuring a solo actor performance, along with cello, percussion and piano music. The CFA-sponsored event explored ethnicity and identity by illuminating the lives of three legendary Latinos. Over three acts, […]

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