Summer internships are vital pre-professional experiences for many college students, and some of the best opportunities are unpaid. The Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts at Loyola Marymount University awarded 20 … Read more
“…when one looks closely, one finds a small, thriving black community that worked closely with other racial and ethnic communities in order to maintain itself. This early black community, made … Read more
This June, 24 elementary school teachers took two weeks of their summers to study cultural literacy and art through hands-on workshops. LMU faculty taught African-American and Chicana/o history, and teachers … Read more
Loyola Marymount University is now home to the only African-American publishing imprint at a United States university: Harriet Tubman Press. LMU and TSEHAI Publishers announced the launch of the new … Read more
The Sub-Saharan African Youth Refugees Teach-In took place on Saturday, April 23 in Malone 112 to emphasize awareness, action and activism for helping children in Africa who face unfortunate circumstances.
This semester, the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts sent six Global Immersion Courses on spring break trips abroad to Cuba, England, Greece, Northern Ireland, and Ukraine. Each of these on-campus … Read more
Every year, high-achieving students present the results of their faculty-guided research projects at Loyola Marymount University’s Undergraduate Research Symposium. Below are a few highlights from the 2016 Undergraduate Research Symposium, which took place on Saturday, … Read more