Heritage Association

RSVP for March and April 2019 Events

Luncheon and Performance of "Hair"

Graphic invite for Luncheon and performance of
Luncheon and Performance of "Hair" graphic designed by Madison Mellon.

Saturday, March 2, 2019
11 a.m. Luncheon - The Hill, Malone Student Center
2 p.m. Performance of “Hair” - Strub Theatre, Foley Building

The LMU Casassa Society and LMU Heritage Association cordially invite you to a luncheon and exclusive performance of “Hair.” The program will include lunch and remarks by Thomas Poon, Ph.D., LMU provost and executive vice president, and Bryant Keith Alexander, Ph.D., dean of LMU’s College of Communication and Fine Arts. Following the luncheon, enjoy a performance of the American Tribal Love Rock musical “Hair,” which tells the story of politically active youth, balancing life, love and protest as they resist racism, sexism, war and the draft.

RSVP by February 18

Heritage Speaker Event: "Immigration Issues in Los Angeles"

(For Heritage Association Members and a Guest)

Marissa Montes + Emily Robinson
Marissa Montes LLS ’12 (left) and Emily Robinson LLS ’12 (right), co-founders and co-directors of the Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic (LIJC)

Wednesday, April 3, 2019
12 – 2 p.m., McIntosh 3900, University Hall

Join us for lunch with Marissa Montes LLS ’12 and Emily Robinson LLS ’12, co-founders and co-directors of the Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic (LIJC). LIJC provides free consultations and legal services and education twice a week to the immigrant community of Los Angeles at Homeboy Industries and Dolores Mission Catholic Church, as well as real-world experience in immigration law to LLS students.

RSVP by March 27



About the LMU Heritage Association

The LMU Heritage Association of Retired Faculty and Staff was established in November 2010 and strives to encourage LMU retirees' continued involvement with the university.

The Heritage Association Board offers stimulating events, networking opportunities and the chance to support our colleagues and LMU. Please reach out to some of your former LMU colleagues and encourage them to join the association by contacting us at legacy@lmu.edu or (310) 338-7392, so that we may put them on our mailing list.

LMU has seen amazing change and growth during its first 100+ years. As retired faculty and staff of LMU, we can be proud of the contributions we made, and can continue to make with our participation in the Heritage Association. Thank you so much for your continued support!