December 07, 2012

The Nutcracker Ballet in San Pedro

The San Pedro City Ballet is offering Marymount Students $10 tickets to the Nutcracker - taking place this weekend at the Warner Grand.  Be sure to have your Marymount Student ID for access to the special ticket price.  The rate does not apply to staff or faculty but I know a number of you are students as well.

December 05, 2012

Marymount's Arts and Media End of Semester Bash!

1st Thursday Art Walk in San Pedro
Grand Annex (430 W. 6th Street, San Pedro)
6:00-8:30 pm

At the Annex there will be music performances by the Jazz Ensemble, Individual Performances featuring some of Marymount's very talented musicians and more! We will have free-style drawing on the walls open to everyone and anyone. Food and Drinks! Come and celebrate the end of another great semester!

November 28, 2012


The Marymount College Choral Ensemble, directed by Melinda Becker, welcomes you to its annual Advent concert. The program highlights traditional carols from Spain and a selection from the Hispanic folk nativity "Navidad Nuestra" by Argentinian composer Ariel Ramirez. The concert will also feature beloved Christmas carols and Gospel songs. Sunday, Dec. 2nd 5-6 pm Chapel, Main Campus Free event. For more info. visit our Facebook page:

November 15, 2012

Marymount College Has Master's Degrees ...

Marymount College Admission Blog: Woah, Son. Marymount College Has Master's Degrees ...: Oh, they grow up so fast... Just a few weeks after our President took a fully-clothed jump into our swimming pool  to celebrate enro...

Marymount Student Lauded for her Volunteerism

Peggy Wall, Marymount College freshman, was a finalist in the Daily Breeze People of Distinction awards. She is one of 20 remarkable people from a field of nominees who was heralded at a November 14 event sponsored by the South Bay newspaper. Peggy has been volunteering routinely for as long as she can remember. In her biography, presented by the Daily Breeze in their November 14 special section devoted to the finalists, said Peggy and her family have been volunteering through the Optimist Club and have worked in Chinatown helping out with the neighborhood carnival and other ways during the Christmas holiday. In 2006 and 2008, Peggy received the President’s Volunteer Service Award for her years of service.

November 14, 2012

Marymount Receives NAIA Champions of Character Award

Marymount College has been named an NAIA Champions of Character Five Star Institution for 2011-2012. This marks the second consecutive year Marymount has been honored with this award. Each institution in the NAIA is graded on a scorecard and only those institutions that score 60 points or higher are given this prestigious award. The Cal Pac Conference has also been awarded as a Champions of Character Conference. For the conference to receive this award, all institutions within that conference must have qualified as a Five Star Institution.

 The NAIA Champions of Character program will create an environment in which every NAIA student-athlete, coach, official and spectator is committed to the true spirit of competition through the five tenets: integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership.

Congratulations to our athletes, coaches, and supporters for helping us achieve this award! Visit the Marymount Mariners Website

November 09, 2012

Susan Garman Receives Educator of the Year Award

On November 7, Marymount professor Susan Garman received the Educator of the Year Award from the Palos Verdes Peninsula Rotary Club. The Educator of the Year program, is in its 32nd year of honoring outstanding teachers on the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

Susan Garman, selected for this special honor, began working at Marymount College in 1999 as the Director of Student Life and has since served in many roles including English instructor, Freshman Seminar instructor, and Honors Program director. In 2009, Susan was appointed to serve as Marymount’s Director of Service Learning. She has been instrumental in advancing the College’s service learning program, which now has membership in Campus Compact, 100% freshman participation, and representation in every degree program. In the past two years, Marymount students have volunteered more than 17,000 hours in the community under Susan’s leadership.

Last year, Susan earned the rank of Assistant Professor of Education.   Susan is now a candidate for a Doctorate in English Literature at Claremont Graduate University.

Marymount College Provost Ariane Schauer, who presented the award to Susan said, “I have always known Susan to bring tremendous energy and commitment to her work, and she always puts students first.”

November 07, 2012


November 29, 7 p.m., Auditorium, Main Campus • Free

Marymount is excited to host Jorge Chojolán, an internationally recognized social entrepreneur, educator, and human rights activist from Guatemala. Jorge Chojolán was born into the indigenous Mayan community in the deeply inequitable society of Guatemala. Despite the barriers before him, he rose to achieve a university degree and went on to found the Miguel Angel Asturias Academy in the predominantly indigenous city of Quetzaltenango. His goal is to transform his society through education at the school by educating and empowering some of Guatemala’s most vulnerable children: girls, the indigenous and the poor. Mr. Chojolán will discuss the importance of education to democracy in Guatemala and speak about the Academy’s unique educational model.

November 05, 2012

Marymount College Mariners - Rieger and Guizar make History

11/2/12 Rocklin, California

History is in the books as Daniel Rieger (Palos Verdes, CA, Palos Verdes) becomes the first athlete in Marymount College's athletic history to qualify for an NAIA National Championship. Alongside Daniel will be Mike Guizar (Torrance, CA, South Torrance, El Camino Junior College) who also qualified for the championships. "Today was a tremendous day for Marymount College" states Athletic Director Gary White. Cross Country is a new sport at Marymount College this fall and becomes the first program to represent the College on the national level. Daniel Rieger (Palos Verdes, CA, Palos Verdes) placed 2nd and Mike Guizar (Torrance, CA, South Torrance, El Camino Junior College) placed 4th overall as 58 runners toed the line for the Cal Pac Championships. The top five finishers not on the winning team qualified as individuals. Daniel and Mike will travel to Vancouver, Washington on November 17th to represent Marymount. The future looks bright for Marymount athletics.

Marymount College Mariners - Rieger and Guizar make History

October 31, 2012

What Does Your Estate "Pie" Look Like?

At this one-hour presentation, representatives from Marymount College and the Los Angeles Maritime Museum will explore how you can manage your estate through a will and trust.

Also included are tips for:
  • planning your estate
  • how to prevent accidental disinheritance
  • and the use of advanced healthcare directives
You will leave with a greater understanding of how to leave your legacy for future generations. A complimentary guide and workbook will be provided to each participant.

RSVP: Marymount College Development Office
Marian Neumeyer

Welcome to Marymount College! Lake County Celebrates Education Partnership

Lake County News

LUCERNE, Calif. – History, fate and misfortune had kept the grand old Lucerne Hotel waiting for more than 80 years, but its glory finally returned Tuesday.

Dr. Michael Brophy, president of Marymount College, stood before more than 100 community members in the lobby of the building, and said, “Good evening, and welcome to Marymount College … and The Castle,” receiving an enthusiastic round of applause.

On Tuesday evening Marymount College and the county of Lake hosted a celebration of the signing of the 15-year lease for the building, unanimously approved by both the Board of Supervisors and the college’s board of trustees.

The lease’s signing formalizes the partnership between the college and county that has been more than a year in the making, following the county’s 2010 purchase of the building from a church group that owned it.

The words “unique,” “historic” and “transformational” would be used throughout the evening by a number of county and college officials, but as Board of Supervisors Chair Rob Brown pointed out, those sentiments can’t be overused when it comes to the importance of Marymount’s arrival.

The building may not have had much of a future had it not been for the college. “To be able to save this building and use it for this purpose is an amazing commitment by our county,” said Brown.

The evening also would highlight the vision of the two men who made the partnership possible – Brophy and retired County Administrative Officer Kelly Cox.

Both Cox and Brophy were hailed for seeing an opportunity to educate, inspire and help others...

Follow link to read more: ‘Welcome to Marymount College’: Marymount College, county celebrate education partnership

October 25, 2012

Theatre Production of Agatha Christie's "Spider Web"

This fall’s theatre production will be Agatha Christie’s “Spider’s Web.” A murder mystery farce, the play is set at a house in the English countryside. Clarissa, the second wife of Henry Hailsham-Brown, is known for spinning tales of adventure, but when a murder takes place in her own drawing room, she finds live drama much harder to cope with, especially as she suspects that the murderer might be her young stepdaughter, Pippa.

November 15, 16 and 17, 8 p.m.
Warner Grand Theatre, 478 West Sixth Street, San Pedro, CA

Tickets are $10.00 for students and seniors; $15.00 for adults
To purchase tickets in advance, please contact Brown Paper Tickets at
or call 1-800-838-3006.

Night of the event at the Warner Grand box office. Box offices open at 7:30 p.m.
For more information call Claudete Marques at (310) 377-5501

For more Cultural Arts events visit

County of Lake and Marymount College Approve Lease for College Located at Lucerne Hotel

Marymount College President Michael Brophy and Lake County Board of Supervisors Chairman Rob Brown announced on October 23rd, the completion of a lease agreement between the college and the County of Lake for the use of the historic Lucerne Hotel as a college campus. The lease’s approval opens the door for educational opportunities for the residents of Lake County and provides the college the opportunity for expansion into an idyllic rural community.

Beginning fall 2014, the college plans to offer a four-year degree completion program to Lake County transfer students, pending the approval of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Current Marymount students will be able to participate in research, internships and service learning in 2013. The College is also considering professional and community educational programs for development and implementation beginning 2013-2014. read entire article

College’s Inaugural: Marymount/USC Tailgate Party!

USC Alumni and Marymount College Trustees Dr. Bill Petak and Alex Cappello invite you to join them and others at the Inaugural Marymount/USC Tailgate Party on November 10, 2012 at USC's Homecoming game. Join fellow Marymount alumni who attend or have graduated from USC. Build your professional network and join the Marymount Alumni Association.

Date: November 10, 2012, Arizona State vs. USC 
Time: Three hours prior to kick-off
Location: Lawn behind the Leavey Library

RSVP to by November 7, 2012 or by phone 310-303-7221. To purchase game day tickets visit

If you are unable to attend Marymount's tailgate, visit to learn what your former classmates are doing and to update others on your success!

October 08, 2012

We Are Breakfast!

Check out some fantastic music that has just been released by a fellow Mariner! Marymount Alumnus, Sean Patrick Dwyer, just released his band's album. Below is a link to the website where you can hear the music and download it. The music is sublime and I think you will all enjoy. Support your fellow Mariner and check out his music!

September 26, 2012

Ito/Matsuura Film Series: In MacArthur Park

The film features the plight of a Mojave Indian who gets into trouble when he comes to Los Angeles to seek work to support his wife and young son who are back on an Arizona reservation. This indie feature was funded by the American Film Institute and received the International Critics Prize at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain. Re-released nationally in 2006, it was chosen as one of LA Weekly’s DVD picks of the week.

Q & A with writer and director Bruce Schwartz and costar, James Espinoza.

October 3rd 7 p.m. Warner Grand Theatre 478 W. Sixth Street, San Pedro - Free Event.

For more upcoming films from the 
Ito/Matsuura Series and Fall Cultural Arts events visit:

September 24, 2012

Excellence in Leadership

The world looks a lot different today than it did 50 years ago. What does that mean for a 21st century leader? What are the skills needed to make you successful and how do you effectively respond to an ever-changing world?

Marymount College is bringing prominent California leaders to our Rancho Palos Verdes campus to discuss the leadership challenges and opportunities in the 21st century. Join us this Monday, September 24 at 7 p.m. in the Chapel on the Marymount College Main Campus, Open to the community. No reservations needed. read speaker bios

September 14, 2012

Marymount Announces Proposed Master’s Degree Programs

Marymount College President Dr. Michael Brophy announced today the proposal of two new master’s degrees for the college: a Master of Science in Community Psychology and a Master of Science in Leadership and Community Development for a fall 2013 launch. These master’s degree programs are pending approval from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

“Marymount College is committed to providing educational degree programs that benefit our students and the community,” said Dr. Brophy. “A master’s degree is becoming increasingly important in today’s ultracompetitive job market. And since our goal has always been to offer courses that will give our students an edge in the workplace and beyond, the next logical step is for us to offer master’s degree programs.”

 Students who have completed their bachelor’s degree may enroll in the master’s program. However, an attractive option for undergraduate students is the ability to complete a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree within five years of study. The following five-year degree pathways will be offered:

A Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Psychology with a Master of Science (MS) in Community Psychology; BA in Liberal Arts with an MS in Community Psychology; BA in Business with an MS in Community Psychology; BA in Business with an MS in Leadership and Community Development; BA in Liberal Arts with an MS in Leadership and Community Development; and a BA in Psychology with an MS in Leadership and Community Development.

The application deadline for fall 2013 enrollment is March 1, 2013.

The college currently offers bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts, Media Studies, Business and Psychology at its two campuses located in Rancho Palos Verdes and San Pedro. For more information about the college’s master’s degree programs visit or contact the college’s enrollment division at 310-303-7311 or Kevin Grant at

September 11, 2012

White Men Can’t Jump

Ron Shelton’s film “White Men Can’t Jump” is the first film up in this year’s edition of the Ito/Matsuura Film Series and will play on Wednesday, Sept. 19th at the Warner Grand in San Pedro at 7 PM.

Ron Shelton is the writer/director of  “Bull Durham”, “Tin Cup, “Cobb”, “Play it to the Bone”, “Dark Blue” and “Bad Boys 2.” Mr. Shelton will host a Q & A session after the film.

Mr. Shelton will also be visiting the campus earlier in the day to talk with film students. Before the screening at 4 PM in Waterfront 111B. Anyone interested in the state of the Hollywood film industry should attend.

In the evening enjoy the wonderful performances by Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes in “White Men Can’t Jump.”

Bruce Schwartz
Chair, Ito-Matsuura Film Series

September 05, 2012

Rise and Dream Documentary

Come to the Grand Annex (434 West 6th Street) for this unique global studies and media opportunity. Home to one of the world's oldest documented conflicts, the southern Philippines is also a place of tremendous religious and cultural diversity. Follow the story of 13 teenagers who accept a challenge to learn their own cultural instruments in order to perform a concert for peace. The students rise above their obstacles as they explore the music of their ancestors. As the community mobilizes to support the concert, the expected attendance for the show triples in size, and the pressure begins to mount. Despite the uncertainties of their daily life, the students in Rise and Dream show extraordinary resilience as the concert blooms into a celebration and becomes a reminder of the power of dreams in us all. Ask questions of the filmmakers who will also perform some of the musical pieces. Sponsored by Campus Ministry and Student Life. Monday, Sept. 10th Grand Annex in San Pedro 6 pm.

September 04, 2012

Marymount College Gallery Features Award Winning Video Artist

There is No Why, a gallery show showcasing the video art of Xiaowen Zhu, is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday until September 25 at The Arcade Gallery, 479 West 6th Street, San Pedro.

An emerging artist, this is Zhu’s first solo exhibition. Zhu, the recipient of the Syracuse University Ginsburg Fellowship, presented to exceptional young artists, is featuring videos from five countries and three continents that she created during the past four years.

The content ranges from performance, highly manipulated abstraction, interpretive narrative, and experimental documentary. In these works Zhu communicates the complicated experience of being an international artist. She asks if the concept of home is possible outside of the geographical context, and wrestles with the notion of a disembodied identity. Zhu accomplishes this by invoking the destabilizing and reality-shifting laws of the internet: a space without time or physicality.

The Arcade Gallery, located in historic downtown San Pedro Arts and Entertainment District, the Port of Los Angeles, is a fixed exhibition venue of Marymount College. It offers students fully equipped facilities to exhibit their work in a variety of media. Dedicated to the connection between art and education, the gallery also presents work from celebrated and emerging artists, curated by either faculty or students of the Division of Arts &Media at Marymount College.

July 16, 2012

Marymount College Announces Tuition-Free College for Senior Adults

Marymount College is offering members of the nonprofit senior organization, Peninsula Seniors, the opportunity to enroll in Marymount College courses, without tuition payment, for the fall semester 2012. Peninsula Seniors’ members may audit courses at both Marymount College’s campuses in Rancho Palos Verdes and San Pedro.

Marymount College course information and registration forms are now available at the Peninsula Seniors’ office, located at 30928 Hawthorne Boulevard, Rancho Palos Verdes. You must be a member of Peninsula Seniors to register. The annual fee to be a member of Peninsula Seniors is $45. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Courses available for auditing include a variety of classes in arts and media, business, economics, English, history, psychology and religion.

Peninsula Seniors is a non-profit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors serving the senior adult community on the Palos Verdes Peninsula and in surrounding areas. For more information visit

The Harbor and South Bay communities of Los Angeles have been home to Marymount College for more than 50 years. Today, Marymount College is a Catholic, four-year liberal arts college with locations in San Pedro and Rancho Palos Verdes and a future location in the County of Lake, Calif. Central to fulfilling its mission is the continual improvement of the college so it may always provide relevant programs for students of all ages, faiths and economic backgrounds.

July 05, 2012

Marymount College Announces New Trustees

Chairman of the Marymount College Board of Trustees Burt Arnold and President of Marymount College Dr. Michael Brophy, announce the appointment of eight new members to its Board of Trustees. Randy Bowers, Eric Eisenberg, Alan Johnson, Sabrina Kay, Ashley Constable Neary, Alice Healy-Senso, Camilla Townsend and Maryann Walker have recently joined the leadership group comprised of community and national leaders who serve to further the mission of the private, Catholic four-year college located in Rancho Palos Verdes and San Pedro.

These accomplished professionals bring a wealth of knowledge to the college in financial services and investment, business leadership, community revitalization, higher education, entrepreneurism and philanthropic service. View new trustees bios.

June 21, 2012

Marymount College Announces New Vice President

President Michael Brophy of Marymount College has announced the appointment of Brenda Solomon, Ed.D, as vice president for the college’s office of development. Solomon will begin at the college on July 16.

Most recently, Solomon served eight years as the senior director of development for the Oklahoma State University Foundation, Stillwater, OK raising more than $60 million for the university. Prior to that, she worked in a variety of professional roles for 10 years at the university in the area of continuing education and outreach.

“I look forward to working with the Marymount fundraising team to create opportunities for individual, foundation and corporate donors to provide transformational gifts that will benefit both the faculty and students of Marymount College,” said Solomon.  read full story

June 20, 2012

The Fourteenth Intentional Conversation

On Monday, June 18, Marymount College hosted the Fourteenth Intentional Conversation at the beautiful Huntington Library & Botanical Gardens. More than 100 people participated in this summer's Conversation, which focused on the theme "Can We All Get Along? The Challenges to Civil Discourse and Mutual Respect." A distinguished and diverse panel of experts shared their perspectives and observations on the topic. Rob Eshman, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief of the Jewish Journal, participated in the Intentional Conversation and shared his experience in his weekly column, click here to read his article. Also featured on the Jewish Journal is an article by another Intentional Conversation participant, Rabbi Mark Diamond, in his column, Torah Marks, click here to read his article. To learn more, please visit the Intentional Conversation website:

From left:Panelists Professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount, Dr. Amir Hussain; former member of Congress and a partner at the firm of Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher, Mel Levine; the panelists included President of the Board of the Los Angeles Unified School District, Monica Garcia; Senior Fellow at USC’s Annenberg School’s Center on Communication Leadership and Policy, Morley Winogard; and Executive Director of Intentional Conversation, Hoyt Hilsman.

Marymount Receives Bold Vision Award!

Marymount College President Michael Brophy accepted the Bold Vision Award from the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce at its Annual Luncheon, Board Installation and Awards Ceremony at the Doubletree Hotel on June 15, 2012.  Pictured with Dr. Brophy (center) is San Pedro Chmaber of Commerce’s Chairman of the Board Anthony Pirozzi and Chamber CEO Betsy Cheek. The College received this honor in recognition of the establishment of the Marymount College Waterfront Campus in the historic district of San Pedro. Dr. Brophy also serves on the Board of Directors for the San Pedro Chamber.

June 13, 2012

Marymount College Announces MOU with County of Lake College campus to be located within Lucerne Hotel

On Saturday, June 9, the Marymount College Board of Trustees unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding with the County of Lake, Calif., to pursue planning for a college campus to be located at the historic Lucerne Hotel. The Board’s decision follows the Lake County Board of Supervisors’ unanimous approval of the MOU on Tuesday, June 5, during its meeting.

Marymount College president Dr. Michael Brophy described the ability to develop the college in Lake County as an extraordinary opportunity.

“We plan to begin serving a few students in the fall,” said Dr. Brophy. “However, we will be working over the next year to develop curriculum and programs that best serve the needs of students and the community in Lake County.”

Rob Brown, chair of the Lake County Board of Supervisors, said, “We are very fortunate to be working with the leadership team of Marymount College. Over the past several months, they really have demonstrated their commitment to Lake County.” read full story

Lives Interrupted: The Takuma Ito and Go Matsuura Story

"Lives Interrupted: The Takuma Ito and Go Matsuura Story" is scheduled to play on October 24 at the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro as the last presentation in the upcoming fall edition of the Ito/Matsuura Film Series. Produced and directed by Marymount Professor Bruce Schwartz, the film reflects on the shooting of two film students who were gunned down in a robbery in 1994. The Ito/Matsuura Film Series honors their memories with an annual series of the best in independent cinema. View the trailer.

May 23, 2012

Marymount Breaks Ground on Campus Improvements

After nearly 20 years of planning and discussion, Marymount College’s Main Campus building infrastructure improvements have begun. A groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, May 16 celebrated what was initially envisioned by past Marymount president Dr. Thomas McFadden, who served from 1992 through 2006. On a quiet campus just days after graduation, a crowd gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony. The projects, slated for summer construction, include the updating of plumbing and electrical systems, as well as the addition of a parking lot for 120 cars. The college’s current athletic field will be relocated to make room for additional parking.

“The idea for all the development came not from the board, nor from the faculty or staff, but from our students,” said Dr. McFadden, who had flown in from Rochester, New York for the occasion. “They said, ‘Please build a place where we can study and where we can recreate and live.’ The board made a commitment to realize the students’ vision.” read entire article

May 21, 2012

Marymount Breaks Ground on Campus Improvements

Marymount College held a Groundbreaking Ceremony and Reception on May 16. Campus improvements are slated for the summer 2012 and include utility and other infrastructure improvements and a new parking lot that will add approximately 120 parking spaces to the campus. The College is also expecting to begin work this summer on its new athletic field, which is being relocated to make room for the new parking lot.

“Faculty and staff are excited about the much-anticipated improvements,” said Marymount College President Michael Brophy. “This is the first step in the process, and we are looking forward to serving our students and our community with superior facilities,” said Dr. Brophy.

From left: Marymount College Chaplain Fr. Mark Villano; Sr. Antoine-Marie Baurier, RSHM; Reymundo Sauceda, Field Representative, Congresswoman Janice Hahn; Rebekah Kim, Field Representative, Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe; Brian Campbell, Mayor Pro Tem, Rancho Palos Verdes; Dr. Michael Brophy, President; Dr. Thomas McFadden, President Emeritus; Burt Arnold, Chairman of the Board of Trustees; and Eileen Hupp, President and CEO, Palos Verdes Peninsula Chamber of Commerce

May 14, 2012

Marymount Graduates First Class of BA Students President Brophy Makes Surprise Announcement

On May 12, Marymount College presented its first graduating class of baccalaureate degree students. The graduates and their family and friends heard an inspirational commencement speaker, Tommy Lasorda of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Major League Baseball fame. Awarded an honorary doctorate by the college, Lasorda's remarks were enthusiastically received by an audience of 1,500 people gathered at the college’s main campus in Rancho Palos Verdes.

From his first remarks, Lasorda encouraged the Marymount graduates to be men and women of tenacity. “There are three types of people,” said Lasorda. “Those who make things happen, those who watch things happen and those who wonder what happened.” The vivacity and wisdom he shared with the new graduates was met with a standing ovation as his remarks concluded. read more

May 13, 2012

Marymount College Sets Date to Commence RPV Campus Improvements

The Marymount College Board of Trustees has set May 16 as the date Marymount College will “put shovels into the earth” to begin its campus modernization construction. This initial construction, to occur when the majority of students are on summer break, will include utility and other infrastructure improvements and a new parking lot that will add approximately 120 parking spaces to the campus. The college is also expecting to begin work this summer on its new athletic field, which is being relocated to make room for the new parking lot.

“Faculty and staff are excited about the much-anticipated improvements,” said Marymount College President Michael Brophy. “This is the first step in the process, and we are looking forward to serving our students and our community with superior facilities,” said Dr. Brophy.

Joining Dr. Brophy and community leaders at the 4 p.m. groundbreaking ceremony will be former college president Thomas McFadden. Dr. McFadden will be recognized for the campus modernization initiatives he launched in 1996 that are now coming to fruition.   read full article

May 12, 2012

Senior Reception & Alumni Induction

On the evening of Friday, May 11, President Brophy welcomed to his home the College’s inaugural BA class and their families to celebrate their graduation. The graduates were also officially welcomed into the Alumni Association as Marymount’s first Bachelor’s Degree Alumni.