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Venus Johnson ’01 has dedicated her career as a lawyer to public service and the common good. She began her professional life as a prosecutor in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, […]

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Mark Barrett ’16 often gets a puzzled look when he tells people he studied both psychology and economics. But his two majors at Loyola Marymount University were a perfect pair, he likes […]

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by Breanne Schneider ’19 I entered Loyola Marymount University as a political science major excited to explore my passion of learning about the world and its complexity. Although I enjoyed studying political science, […]

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Studio Arts major Alejandra Hernandez ’17 first visited Greece when she studied abroad there last year. The experience piqued her interest in the country’s culture, and she kept studying Greek language, art, and film once she […]

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