Archive for December, 2014

Alumni Profile: Kamala Kirk

Marymount alumna Kamala Kirk ’08 is a writer and editor in the entertainment industry, working at E! Entertainment. She covers television shows on the network, and also works as freelance writer for six different magazines. Kamala looks back and shares one of her fondest Marymount memories, as well as plans for 2015, which include a TV series she recently created with her writing partner.

Study Abroad Student Profile: Jannet Rios in Cyprus

Marymount junior Jannet Rios spent her fall semester studying abroad at University of Nicosia in Cyprus. Jannet shares her unique experience in a young country that is still developing its identity culturally that provided her with the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life and allowed her to

Scholarships Change Lives: Andrew Giardino

Marymount senior Andrew Giardino looks forward to graduation in May completing his BA in three and half years. As a first generation student, Andrew grew up with the expectation of having to work right after high school leaving the idea of college in the back of his mind. After reaching

First Generation Guest Speaker

Marymount alumna and first generation student Silvia Ramirez-Mazariego visited the Oceanview campus on November 24 to share her college experience with students. Today, Silvia is a LAUSD teacher and was recently nominated as Teacher of the Year. Attending college came as an individual decision for Silvia. While her parents were
Student Learning

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Student Achievement

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