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LLU campus mall LLU earns praise and re-accreditation from WASC Commission
  The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) has reaffirmed Loma Linda University's accreditation across all eight schools for the maximum period of time—10 years. Read More

 

Rail yard pollution Loma Linda University collaborates with local community on environmental justice for residents near the San Bernardino rail yard
  The LLU School of Public Health, teamed with a local environmental justice community organization, has begun a research project ultimately aimed to result in cleaner air for the thousands of residents living near the BNSF San Bernardino rail yard—the one rail yard out of California’s 18 deemed to present the most public health risk by the California Air Resources Board. Read More

 

Matthew Scrag, a graduate student in the Loma Linda University School of Medicine (LLUSM), and Wolff Kirsch, MD, professor of neurological surgery and biochemistry at LLUSM, confer in the laboratory of the Neurosurgery Center for Research, Training and Education. Neuroscience researchers at Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Mr. Schrag and Dr. Kirsch are two of the four-member team of researchers from Loma Linda University and George Mason University who recently discovered a trail of biomarkers they hope will lead to the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease. Read More

 

Maranatha Hay (left), video production specialist, and Patricia Thio, associate director for public relations video, win LLU’s first Emmy Awards. Loma Linda University sweeps its categories at Emmy Awards
Loma Linda University won three Emmys this Saturday evening, taking home an award for each of its nominated categories at the 36th Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards in San Diego. The awards were for “Loma Linda 360°,” the university’s documentary-style broadcast show. Read More

 

Hopital Adventiste d'Haiti Loma Linda University responds to the earthquake in Haiti
Loma Linda University has established a fund to facilitate donations to the Hopital Adventiste d’Haiti. The hospital is in need of many resources in order to function around-the-clock during this critical period. Read More

 

Baby Fae The Legacy of Baby Fae
The world knew her as Baby Fae. Born in 1984 with hypoplastic left heart syndrome-a fatal heart defect-Stephanie Fae was only given weeks to live. Her mother, Teresa, had two options: Leave Stephanie Fae at the hospital to die or she could take her home to die. Read More

 

School of Medicine ranks in top 100 Loma Linda University ranks in top third of top 100 colleges for Hispanics in Unites States
According to the May 4, 2009, edition of Hispanic outlook in Higher Education, Loma Linda University ranks 26th overall among the top 100 colleges offering doctoral degree programs to Hispanics. Read More

 

LLU Bachelors Graduates are Top Earners New LLU Bachelor's graduates are top earners among colleges in survey
Graduates from Loma Linda University have the highest median starting salary among United States colleges ranked by PayScale.com. Read More

 

Celebrity Autobiography 'Celebrity Autobiography' raises $20,000 for LLU Children's Hospital
It was a star-studded event when New York based "Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words" took center stage for a special one-night showing in Los Angeles to benefit Loma Linda University Children's Hospital on June 15. Read More

 

Maranath Hay wins World Nomads travel documentary scholarship Public relations specialist wins World Nomads travel documentary scholarship
Maranatha Hay, public relations specialist for University relations, won the World Nomads Travel Documentary Scholarship.  It is a worldwide competition and is affiliated with National Geographic (Nat Geo) Adventure. Read More

 

Anthony Steward Graduates Patient who lost legs to gang violence walked across stage to graduate from high school
The odds were death. Antonio Steward innocently fell victim to gang violence by being shot nine times even though he wasn’t in a gang. That night on August 26, 2006, was a nightmare for the then 17 year old and his family. Read More