While collegiate sports news in Los Angeles frequently focuses on local juggernauts, UCLA and USC, LMU’s athletic program boasts a number of teams that dominate on the field, and Women’s Soccer is just one example. This year, Women’s Soccer completed a historical season in which the Lions not only set program records for its wins, […]
Archive | February, 2016
On an unusually warm autumn day in November, nearly sixty senior citizens stopped by St. Robert’s Auditorium for an afternoon of bingo and brunch as part of LMU’s annual Senior Tea. For nearly ten years now, this tea-time tradition has been connecting local senior citizens and LMU students for an inter-generational afternoon of sharing, smiling, […]
There are a number of exciting things happening on campus this semester! Be sure to plan your next visit around one of these great activities. Race for Success Saturday, March 5 Lawton Plaza Dust off those running shoes and help support local schools through this annual 5K/1K. Thousands of participants turn out for this great […]
Visit us on Facebook for a chance to win a pair of LMU season tickets to the sport of your choice. From baseball to basketball to soccer, the choice is yours! a Rafflecopter giveaway
There are more than 44,000 homeless people in Los Angeles County, less than one-third of whom live in shelters. In all, 10 percent are veterans, a quarter are dealing with substance abuse, and 3 in ten live with mental illness. More than 2,000 are minors, many of whom live alone on the streets. The problem […]
See what happens when Biology Professor Heather Watts and filmmaker Patrick Scott come together to teach a course on science communication.
Dear Neighbor, Have you been sticking to your New Year’s resolutions? While eating healthier has been at the top of my list, the recent influx of local Girl Scouts selling cookies in the neighborhood has made that resolution nearly impossible to keep! Despite its impact on my waistline, the Girl Scouts is one of many […]