This Week's Headlines

List of 5 news stories.

  • Genna W. '17 -

    Five Student Artists Showcased At This Year’s Robert Graham Memorial Art Exhibition


    Each year, high school students from Catholic schools across the Los Angeles area have the opportunity to showcase their interpretations of spirituality and faith through their chosen artistic medium at the Robert Graham Memorial Art Exhibition. Five of our very own Marymount artists, Dominique Lukow ’16, Genna Whittell ’17, Janan Perkins ’16, Sahra Maxwell ’16, and Valory Banashek ’17, were chosen to showcase their work at the prestigious exhibit, which opened with a Mass on Sunday, January 24 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. 


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  • Dr. Daniel Siegel, expert in adolescent psychiatry

    2016 Marymount Parent Education Series to feature Dr. Daniel Siegel

    Marymount is honored to host Dr. Daniel J. Siegel, Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA’s Geffen School of Medicine and author of the New York Times bestseller, “Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain,” on Wednesday, March 2nd from 6:00pm-8:00pm as the keynote speaker of our 2016 Marymount Parent Education Series.

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  • Sage S. '17 (left), 2015 HOBY Ambassador and Anika L. '18 (right), 2016 HOBY Ambassador

    HOBY Youth Leadership Program: Training the Leaders of Tomorrow

    Continuing our longstanding relationship with the HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership) Program, departing 2015 HOBY Ambassador Sage Strieker ‘17 proudly announced our 2016 Ambassador, Anika Lee ‘18, during Community last week, which was met with roaring cheers and support from the entire Marymount student body.

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  • Dr. Amir Hussein (Professor of Theology, LMU), Keynote Speaker at Marymount's Annual Interfaith Assembly

    January Glimpses.

    With the New Year now upon us, our Sailors are back in the swing of things after a restful and relaxing two-week holiday break, and are now working hard to prepare for their upcoming winter exams.
     
    Between getting back into their academic groove and fully diving into new extra-curricular activities, like spring musical rehearsals or the winter sport season, our students have also had the opportunity to experience a wealth of enrichment opportunities across campus.  Read on to learn more about different news and campus activities that have already gotten our 2016 to a fantastic start!
     
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  • #Thankful

    Thankful.


    As we take a step back and reflect on this past month, one recurring theme remains clear: Family. Our girls aren’t just a group of aspiring leaders who inspire a jolt of motivation into everyone surrounding them, but they consider themselves a family.  These “Sailor Sisters” take much pride in the work that they do to constantly support and encourage each other – they are, at the same time, incredible individuals and a cohesive unit of 398.
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