This Week's Headlines

List of 5 news stories.

  • Get it done. Surround yourself with the best and the brightest. Be a closer. Stay curious.

    On Friday, November 14, Richard Riordan, the 39th Mayor of Los Angeles (1993-2001), spoke to the Marymount community as part of the Inspiring Boldness Speaker Series. The Library was filled with students, as well as faculty and staff, who came to listen to the hard-working and insightful Mayor share stories from some of the most pivotal moments of his career.  Among them, the rebuilding of Los Angeles after the 1994 Northridge earthquake and digging city out of the worst economic recession in Los Angeles history.
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  • Picnic at Hanging Rock is a Success!

    Congratulations to the Marymount Players for their gripping performances in this year’s fall production, Picnic at Hanging Rock.

    Adapted from the 1967 novel of the same name, Picnic at Hanging Rock tells the story of a group of boarding school girls who disappear while on a picnic at Victoria, Australia’s famed ‘Hanging Rock.’ This nail-biting theatrical tale featured seasoned actors and novices alike. From 'newly minted' freshmen to seniors who have been part of the Players for years, the cast threw themselves wholly into their roles for this unresolved mystery.
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  • Newly Formed Cyber Patriot Team Gears up for Cyber Defense Competition, Round 2

    Last spring, when junior Kat LoScalzo was participating in the Long Beach F.I.R.S.T. Robotics competition, a chance encounter with a student from another school changed the trajectory of her work at Marymount, and it seems, her future. The student shared that he was starting a CyberPatriot club at his school; the concept of a club focused on teaching cyber security and encouraging STEM careers piqued Kat’s interest. Later, she looked around the convention center and noticed an incredible dearth of young women at the competition.  These two moments, hand-in-hand, inspired Kat to form her own CyberPatriot club right here at Marymount. 
     
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  • Laila gracing the community with song during a recent Tunes@Noon

    Get to Know ASB Vice President, Laila Rodriques ‘15

    An artist at heart, Laila Rodriques is bringing a whole new perspective not just to our Associated Student Body team, but also to the Performing and Visual Arts departments as well!  
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  • Namaste.  The Divine in me honors the Divine in you.

    “I saw the best version of myself – one I never even knew existed. I’ve never felt more alive.”

    On October 29, the Marymount community gathered for our annual Service Fair.  This year, rather than focusing on showing girls WHERE service opportunities exist, we invited LMU Campus Minister of Faith and Justice and Author/Speaker on Experiential Learning, Patrick Furlong, to share his story of transformation and the power of service. We asked him to answer the question, 'Just why is performing service important, anyway?'
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