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“Off Press” is a series of conversations with members of the Loyola Marymount University community about their impact on the world through their lives, their work and their Jesuit education.

Latest Episodes

Episode 35: Chaya Crowder

“The Republican Party has made little to no attempt to historically appeal to Black voters since the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act,” says Prof. Chaya Crowder in describing why Black voters, especially Black women, are the backbone of the Democratic Party.

32 min3 d ago
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Episode 35: Chaya Crowder

Episode 34: Stefan Bradley

With the Biden-Trump presidential battle threatening to sweep most national issues from the nation’s radar, Prof. Stefan Bradley discusses what he sees at stake for Black Americans in the 2020 election.

32 min1 w ago
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Episode 34: Stefan Bradley

Episode 33: Carol Costello

As Election Day approaches, the White House turns into a virus hot zone and political incivility deepens. Carol Costello, former CNN anchor, discusses America’s diseases of body and spirit — and what she’s doing about them.

31 min2 w ago
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Episode 33: Carol Costello

Episode 32: Allan Ides and the SCOTUS Nominee

If Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed as a Supreme Court justice, her impact may be shaped by her relationship with Chief Justice John Roberts, says Allan Ides, LMU Loyola Law School professor. Ides, who clerked for Justice Byron White, shares an inside view of the Barrett nomination.

29 min3 w ago
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Episode 32: Allan Ides and the SCOTUS Nominee

Episode 31: Justin Levitt and Election 2020

Justin Levitt, constitutional law professor at the LMU Loyola Law School, may be one of the few election law and voting rights experts who does not expect an electoral apocalypse to overwhelm Election Day on Nov. 3.

30 minSEP 25
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Episode 31: Justin Levitt and Election 2020

Episode 30: Michael Genovese

Prof. Michael Genovese, a leading expert on the presidency, discusses the upcoming presidential election, which will present voters with a stark choice and promises to be as unpredictable as it will be momentous.

29 minSEP 2
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Episode 30: Michael Genovese

Episode 29: Sean Kennedy '86, LLS '89

In May, an LMU Loyola Law School suit was rejected that would have forced the release of more juveniles in detention who are at risk for the coronavirus. Sean Kennedy, director of the LLS Center for Juvenile Law and Policy, explains why the decision is a failure of juvenile justice.

30 minJUN 17
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Episode 29: Sean Kennedy '86, LLS '89

Episode 28: Sung Won Sohn

The rapid, global onset of the coronavirus pandemic slammed economies around the world. Sung Won Sohn, LMU professor of finance and economics, discusses signs of hope in a stark U.S. and California economic forecast.

31 minJUN 12
Comments
Episode 28: Sung Won Sohn

Episode 27: Tom Plate

U.S. relations with China — from the COVID-19 crisis to democracy protests in Hong Kong — may shape the November 2020 presidential election. Tom Plate, LMU professor and Asia expert, talks about foreign policy disputes and pragmatism in dealing with a superpower.

31 minMAY 30
Comments
Episode 27: Tom Plate

Episode 26: Fernando Guerra and Brianne Gilbert

When the Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles surveyed L.A. residents this spring about Mayor Eric Garcetti's leadership in the COVID-19 crisis, they documented overwhelming support across the board.

34 minMAY 29
Comments
Episode 26: Fernando Guerra and Brianne Gilbert

Latest Episodes

Episode 35: Chaya Crowder

“The Republican Party has made little to no attempt to historically appeal to Black voters since the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act,” says Prof. Chaya Crowder in describing why Black voters, especially Black women, are the backbone of the Democratic Party.

32 min3 d ago
Comments
Episode 35: Chaya Crowder

Episode 34: Stefan Bradley

With the Biden-Trump presidential battle threatening to sweep most national issues from the nation’s radar, Prof. Stefan Bradley discusses what he sees at stake for Black Americans in the 2020 election.

32 min1 w ago
Comments
Episode 34: Stefan Bradley

Episode 33: Carol Costello

As Election Day approaches, the White House turns into a virus hot zone and political incivility deepens. Carol Costello, former CNN anchor, discusses America’s diseases of body and spirit — and what she’s doing about them.

31 min2 w ago
Comments
Episode 33: Carol Costello

Episode 32: Allan Ides and the SCOTUS Nominee

If Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed as a Supreme Court justice, her impact may be shaped by her relationship with Chief Justice John Roberts, says Allan Ides, LMU Loyola Law School professor. Ides, who clerked for Justice Byron White, shares an inside view of the Barrett nomination.

29 min3 w ago
Comments
Episode 32: Allan Ides and the SCOTUS Nominee

Episode 31: Justin Levitt and Election 2020

Justin Levitt, constitutional law professor at the LMU Loyola Law School, may be one of the few election law and voting rights experts who does not expect an electoral apocalypse to overwhelm Election Day on Nov. 3.

30 minSEP 25
Comments
Episode 31: Justin Levitt and Election 2020

Episode 30: Michael Genovese

Prof. Michael Genovese, a leading expert on the presidency, discusses the upcoming presidential election, which will present voters with a stark choice and promises to be as unpredictable as it will be momentous.

29 minSEP 2
Comments
Episode 30: Michael Genovese

Episode 29: Sean Kennedy '86, LLS '89

In May, an LMU Loyola Law School suit was rejected that would have forced the release of more juveniles in detention who are at risk for the coronavirus. Sean Kennedy, director of the LLS Center for Juvenile Law and Policy, explains why the decision is a failure of juvenile justice.

30 minJUN 17
Comments
Episode 29: Sean Kennedy '86, LLS '89

Episode 28: Sung Won Sohn

The rapid, global onset of the coronavirus pandemic slammed economies around the world. Sung Won Sohn, LMU professor of finance and economics, discusses signs of hope in a stark U.S. and California economic forecast.

31 minJUN 12
Comments
Episode 28: Sung Won Sohn

Episode 27: Tom Plate

U.S. relations with China — from the COVID-19 crisis to democracy protests in Hong Kong — may shape the November 2020 presidential election. Tom Plate, LMU professor and Asia expert, talks about foreign policy disputes and pragmatism in dealing with a superpower.

31 minMAY 30
Comments
Episode 27: Tom Plate

Episode 26: Fernando Guerra and Brianne Gilbert

When the Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles surveyed L.A. residents this spring about Mayor Eric Garcetti's leadership in the COVID-19 crisis, they documented overwhelming support across the board.

34 minMAY 29
Comments
Episode 26: Fernando Guerra and Brianne Gilbert
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