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CFA News & Events
Drawing of Shakespeare wearing an n95 mask
Did you miss Shakespeare’s The Two Noble Kinsman?
No problem!
Dean Alexander On Social Justice, Black Lives Matter, and the Power of Prayer
Student part of the St. Ignatius Dialogues and Jesuit Cup
St. Ignatius Dialogues Explore Hunger and Homelessness
An LMU art professor with their students in ART-395 class.
Design Entrepreneurship Class Renovates Youth Center
Our People
Kate Micucci
Kate Micucci '03
"Every day I'm making something."
Van Partible
Van Partible '93
"I learned how to embrace new opportunities."
Man standing on a city rooftop with skyline in background
Tony Brown, '92
"You cannot be indifferent to the importance of art in our society"
Maddie Canales '17
"I feel I can make a difference and be the best version of myself."

Upcoming Events

  • Wed, 02 Sep 2020 16:00:00 -0700
    The CSJ Center for Reconciliation and Justice and the Theatre Department will host a speaker panel consisting of adminstrators and residents of Alexandria House (transitional...
  • Fri, 04 Sep 2020 19:00:00 -0700
    An informal showing of LMU Dance Faculty choreography followed by a reception with the artists. “Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here, we should...
By The Numbers
A printmaking professor and student working on a project together
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
Theatre students standing in different emphatic poses during a performance
Theatre Arts Program in the Nation
Music students playing guitars and doing homework in Sunken Garden
Students Receiving Financial Aid
A male and female student dancing during a performance
Live Performances & Events a Year

"Following my time at LMU, I was able to fully realize the potential of art as a vehicle for social change, that through this medium we can disseminate the stories of marginalized communities. In the process of co-creation, people can contribute to their community through art, and also change their perspectives in finding hope for the future."

- Berenice Badillo, '06, Marital and Family Therapy