Archive for October, 2013

MCU Women’s Soccer Team

Marymount California University’s Women’s Soccer Team take a win, moving them into second place in the Cal Pac Conference during the past two games. Mariner Andrea Faerber played a vital role in Marymount’s 3-0 shutout against Soka University of America Friday night and the 1-0 win over CSU San Marcos.

Students Experience Lakeside Campus

Marymount California University is happy to announce its approval from the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WASC) to offer degree programs at its Lakeside Campus, beginning in August 2014.

MCU Cross Country

The MCU cross country team can’t stop running! Both MCU Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Teams traveled to Salem, Oregon to participate in the 39th Annual Charles Bowles Willamette Invitational. The women’s team continued their running improvements in Salem, breaking both season and personal bests. Heidi Hoslet, led the Mariners

Fall 2013 Cultural Arts

Cultural Arts kicks off this fall with Garbology: One Book, One Peninsula. Pulitzer-prize winner journalist Edward Humes’ “Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash” takes us on a journey inside the secret world of our biggest export, our most prodigious product, and our greatest legacy: our trash. The average American

MCU Men’s Soccer Team

Marymount California University’s Men’s Soccer Team take control! Currently riding a five game winning streak, the Mariners continue to be in first place in the Cal Pac Conference standings. The Mariners’ last game against La Sierra University brought them an impressive 4-1 victory trailing most of the first half before

The Project Green Challenge Chronicles

This post is part of a series by Michaelanne Butler chronicling her participation in the Project Green Challenge, which asks high school and college students to look at the environmental impact of their daily choices – from the products they use, to the route they drive. If you’d like to

The Involvement Fair

This year’s Involvement Fair was a huge success! Hundreds of students gathered at Chapel Circle to check out all the different ways in which they can get involved. There was something for everyone…the Marymount Events Team, the Marymount Student Government Association, the Asian Student Union, Campus Ministry, Alpha Omega Kappa,

Support for First-Generation Students

Marymount offers support and encouragement to first-generation students (the first person/generation in one’s nuclear family to pursue a college degree).  On September 18, Osmara Reyes-Osorio offered a First-Gen gathering, where student could share their experiences, hear from guest speakers and know that they are not alone. Learn more about the

Athletics Update

The Men’s Soccer team just played Menlo College on Sunday the 29th and won with a 4-2 victory! Their next games are Friday, October 4th vs University of California-Merced at 4 PM – StubHub Center, 18400 Avalon Blvd., Carson, CA and also on Sunday, October 6 vs Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University