Student Engineers Open World to Young Boy

The students put their skills and training to good use when they designed, developed and manufactured an assistive standing device for Jack, a fifth grader with a neurological movement disorder that makes it difficult for him to stand up on his own.


Life Lessons From Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

The basketball legend with a dozen other descriptors beneath his belt (including author, teacher, actor and humanitarian) spoke with the Loyola Marymount community about what it means to lead a life of principle that goes beyond celebrity or athletic achievement.

A Slice of LMU: Special Games

Slice of LMU: Special Games

Since 1977, LMU students have partnered with members of the Southern California special needs community for the annual Special Games. Three Saturdays of fun and friendship culminate with the Special Games Big Day in late March.