Although students might be leaving campus, there are still a ton of Thanksgiving activities to do in L.A.
Life and Arts Archives December 2019
Get to know the kings and queens of L.A.'s API drag community
The event was in support of women in the workforce.
A modern dance concert that will theatrically explore the subjects of gun violence and domestic violence.
Enjoy food, performances, and getting to know different study abroad programs and cultural organizations.
Peking opera opens new avenues to display Chinese culture.
Classes to consider for the upcoming semester and/or summer that will knock out one of those pesky flags.
Catch the Department of Theatre Arts’ latest show at the Barnelle Theatre.
Desserts are the perfect companion for a late night study session.
Known as one of the top masters of Peking opera, Shang Changrong will be making an appearance in the U.S. to commemorate the release of the Chinese hit film, “Height of the Early Tang,” a film documenting the history and culture of one of China’s oldest and most valued art forms, Peking oper…
Take some measures to protect yourself from the poor air quality caused by the Getty fire.
In this edition of LMU Explained, we explore what students think of the dating culture at LMU to investigate if finding “the one” is possible on the Bluff.
O’Malley Lawn came alive on Thursday, April 20, with music and celebration as LMU's Jewish student organization hosted a long-awaited bar mitzvah celebration with Iggy the Lion.
Take a look at this year's summer releases that are sure to be major hits.