Monday, October 22, 2012
Friday, October 12, 2012
Produced and directed by Marymount College professor Bruce Schwartz, this movie reflects on the shooting of two film students who were gunned down in a robbery in 1994. The Ito/Matsuura Film Series honors thier memories with an annual series of the best in independent cinema.
When: October 24, 2012
Where: Warner Grand Theater, 478 West 6th Street San Pedro
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Everything changed when John started dating a fellow Marymount student whose parents lived in Hong Kong. She invited him to visit Hong Kong with her, except that she was flying business class. Not wanting to sit in coach alone on 14 ½-hour flight, John was able to get a Capri, Italy, Argentina Australia Fiji business class seat for a great pricethrough a consolidator. “Wow! What a difference!” John says, “ nice seat with a leg rest, some ho towels, a little sorbet to clean the palate, non-stop food, beverages and movies. It was so good – I didn't want to leave the plane.”
After graduating from Marymount as student body president andm earning his B.A. at LMU, John returned to Marymount as a college recruiter with a 26-state territory. Constantly on the go, he was able to refine his newly discovered love oftraveling first-class on a budget. John started sharing his secrets with fellow Marymount recruiters and friends. His expertise was in such high-demand that John stated offering travel seminars and eventually, with the help of some talented Marymount students, built the JohnnyJet.com website in 1999.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
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Tuesday, October 9, 2012
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Thursday, October 4, 2012
Good Day Everyone!!!
Don't forget today is the first Thursday of the month which means ITS FIRST THURSDAY!
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Hikaru particularly remembers the guidance he received from Professor Earle Roddy, who was head of the Fine Arts department. Professor Roddy once told him something he would never forget: “You know, one of the most important things to remember as an artist is to keep painting whether you are selling or not.”
His biggest inspiration is Leonardo da Vinci, whose artwork he has studied since the age of ten. As a tribute to him, Hikaru painted a quasi-replica mural of the “Last Super” on the classroom wall where he used to teach. Hikaru says that he has plans to paint several large murals depicting scenes from the Book of Revelations, as well as the completion of a book on Leonardo da Vinci.