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Cynthia Salim ’09 takes her liberal arts training to the marketplace to start her own socially responsible business. After graduating with a degree in Political Science from LMU, Salim attended King’s College, London […]

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Christopher Kaczor is professor of philosophy at Loyola Marymount University. His new book, The Gospel of Happiness: Rediscover your Faith Through Spirituality and Positive Psychology, draws deep parallels between the secular study of happiness and Christian belief […]

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How can local authorities make their cities more recession-proof? They probably can’t. This would involve diversifying the city’s economy (the goods and services it produces) to make it even more diverse than […]

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This spring, Loyola Marymount University’s Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts announced a new partnership on campus: the World Policy Institute at Loyola Marymount University, an interdisciplinary research and academic center for global policy. […]

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