Inspired by Greek, Norse, Chinese and Guatemalan mythology and folklore, a one-night mixed media gallery was exhibited last Thursday at the Thomas P. Kelly, Jr. Student Art Gallery.
This past Thursday, LMU’s School of Communication & Fine Arts (CFA) welcomed alumna Gloria Calderón Kellett, most widely known for being the executive producer, director, actor and co-showrunner on Netflix’s acclaimed show, “One Day at a Time.”
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Dream Wavers is an outdoor art installation that features a collection of over 30 unique flag designs made by both LMU students and other invited artists. This outdoor installation can be seen from March 18 to May 12 in the Dunning Courtyard at the entrance of the Laband Art Gallery.
If you’re looking for a fun, community event this weekend or simply want to learn more about Hawaiian culture, the Nā Kõlea Hawaii Club is here for you. This Sunday, March 24, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., the club will host their 45th annual lūʻau right in Sunken Garden.
Han Tao will be hosting the 4th Annual Chinese Culture Night on Saturday, March 2. In collaboration with other Asian-Pacific Islander (API) clubs at LMU, the event will take place at St. Robert’s Hall from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
LMU offers a plethora of exciting trips and excursions that students can go on throughout their time at the University, but none compare to the Ignacio Companion (IC) Trip. IC Trips are faith-based immersions that are provided by Campus Ministry. These trips allow students to explore new wor…