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Although the U.S. men’s national soccer team failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, fans around the globe of “the beautiful game” know there is still a lot to look forward to as 32 teams vie to lift the victor’s trophy. LMU men’s soccer coach, who himself wore the U.S. shirt on the biggest soccer...

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Los Angeles is considered one of the most ethnically diverse U.S. cities, and its culinary culture is just as wide-ranging. As food editor of Los Angeles Magazine, Garrett Snyder ’09 probably has tasted as many dishes as a United Nations chef. Snyder talks about L.A.’s unique food culture, the oddest thing he’s ever eaten and the...

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Letter From L.A.

Some of the most eloquent voices heard in the aftermath of mass shootings are...

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Carlos Soto ’16, who launched a tequila business as a senior, discusses the challenges facing a start-up, the impact of tariffs and how U.S.-Mexico tensions may affect his business.

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Brian Quinn, former LMU director of athletics (1985–98), was a member of the Loyola...

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Civics 101

Asylum raises the question of both our political and moral obligations in response to those in need of refuge. A Loyola Law School professor and graduate offer an explanation of a practice with a long history in international politics and law.

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The animated films of Hayao Miyazaki have won a broad audience in the United...

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and bestselling author Ronan Farrow addressed the Class of 2018 at...

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Junior Cory Abbott’s perfect game against BYU on March 25 was LMU’s first ever,...

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Centennial Moment

The Loyola-Marymount merger represented massive change, and it took place within a society convulsed with cultural transformation.

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Norma Rios ’82, who cofounded a veterinary clinic in Torrance, describes a love for...

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Fans or not, millions are watching football this season to see who is, and...

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