The 2020-21 Bellarmine Forum Building Transformative Justice Where We Stand is proud to present a compelling lineup of events this spring featuring thought leaders on restorative justice, a timely initiative … Read more
Nancy Jabbra, Emeritus Professor of Women’s Studies, will soon have her new book published by Brill entitled: Women and Gender in a Lebanese Village: Generations of Change.
Over the past few months, the faculty in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts have demonstrated flexibility and the willingness to grow in order to ensure the highest quality of … Read more
The Department of Women’s and Gender Studies is in firm solidarity with those protesting for an end to police and state violence and in defense of Black lives around this … Read more
Gina Galvin ’20 Majors: Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST) and Marketing Next Step: Fundraising, Marketing, and Operations for Stellar Snacks Gina Galvin aspires to enact positive social change through a … Read more
The Phi Beta Kappa Society installed a new chapter at Loyola Marymount University on Thursday, April 4, 2019. The ceremony included the induction of eight foundation members and nine students … Read more
Students, faculty, and members of the LMU community gathered at LMU’s Playa Vista Campus on the evening of Feb. 28 for a discussion about the promises and pitfalls of employing … Read more
Reflection by Thomas Duncan ’19, history major. “Hattie Woolsteen was a con artist. Dr. Charles Harlan was a con artist. And when two con artists try to con each other … Read more