This Week's Headlines

List of 5 news stories.

  • Our Sailor Sisters helped bring A Place Called Home alive with halloween spirit

    The Class of 2020 Gives Back to the LA Community on Freshman Service Day

    With the fall semester in full swing, the freshman class had the opportunity today to step back, take a brief respite from their studies, and gain a broader perspective through contributing to the community at large. Freshman Day of Service, an annual tradition devoted to learning about and contributing to some of LA’s most inspiring non-profit organizations, brings the class together through giving back. 

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  • Marymount Honors International Day of the Girl

    Today, October 11th, marks the International Day of the Girl, a United Nations (U.N.) led initiative that celebrates the power of girls, supports progress toward gender equality, and highlights the multitude of barriers girls face every day throughout the world.

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  • Sailors were all smiles at the Annual Club Fair today. Students had the chance to share their clubs with the Marymount Community.

    Marymount Club Fair Celebrates Sailors' Diverse Passions

    Every year, Marymount students join together to celebrate their varied and vibrant interests through our student-run Annual Club Fair. From music and culture, to animal welfare, service, and world events, the Club Fair serves as a reminder of how wonderfully engaged and diverse our girls’ passions are. This year’s fair was no different – with Cantwell Lawn transforming into a lively festival marked by colorful hand-made club posters and student club leaders proudly inviting would-be members to each table. 

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  • This year's first Inspiring Boldness speaker, Dr. Jayathi Murthy, addresses the Marymount community

    Inspiring Boldness: Supporting Women in STEAM Fields

    Monday’s Community Assembly marked the first of Marymount’s signature Inspiring Boldness Speaker Series for 2016 with a stimulating talk from Dr. Jayathi Murthy, Dean of Engineering at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science. Dr. Murthy shared with our students how she came to her career trajectory in mechanical engineering, which stemmed from her motivation to contribute directly to improving systems and infrastructure, as well as strategies to overcome gender biases in a heavily male-dominated field.

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  • Olivia T. ’17 spoke about her experience working at UCLA's High School Summer Research Program.

    Marymount Celebrates Student Successes

    Cantwell Hall echoed with cheery voices and laughter as Marymount students, faculty and staff gathered for this year’s first Student Recognition Assembly. Having just returned from an inspiring and refreshing Retreat Week, the sense of strengthened bonds and renewed intentions for the upcoming school year was palpable. With an inspiring feeling of energy and support for one another in the air, this year’s first Student Recognition Assembly commemorated the impressive successes of many members of the student body, all while acknowledging the hard work and perseverance that each and every Sailor has already accomplished. 

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