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“While Manhattan, where Marymount is located, is blessed with a concentration of retirees who are qualified to teach high-level courses, so are other communities throughout the U.S.”
“Loyola Marymount is expected to name Blazers assistant coach Bill Bayno as its new head coach on Friday, said a person with knowledge of the move.”
“The Waves 'three-point loss to Loyola Marymount was an encouraging loss, in the context that it showed that at least the Waves did not quit.”
“St. Joseph London, formerly known as Marymount, has cared for patients in London and surrounding areas for more than 50 years.”
“I went to graduation this past weekend at Loyola Marymount University.”
“The conference should be stronger next season as St. Mary's, Loyola Marymount and San Francisco all return a lot of talent, and all three beat the Bulldogs this season.”
“The lopsided losses to Duke and Syracuse and the road losses to San Francisco and Loyola Marymount demonstrated that the Bulldogs were simply not as talented as they were last season.”
“More disturbing were the road losses to San Francisco and Loyola Marymount, neither of whom finished with winning conference records.”
“A lot of this is happening so fast that we are grappling to keep up," says Ronald K. Barrett , who specializes in death and dying as head of the psychology department at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.”
“As Lyn Lusi accepted the $1 million Opus Prize on Wednesday night at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, she threw down a gauntlet.”
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