As Journalists, we are concerned with stories--who tells them about whom, how they are told, how they arrive at an audience, and what happens to them when they become "public." Journalism at LMU connects the educational values of the Jesuit and Marymount traditions to the rapidly changing future of global communication. Our program directly engages LMU's mission of the promotion of justice by critiquing media representations and their immediate social and political impact, and also by exploring the history of community journalism. Journalism at LMU is not merely theoretical; we offer hands-on instruction in the reporting, writing, editing, and technological skills across multiple platforms that students need to become professional journalists. It is also rigorously interdisciplinary, incorporating instruction in film, television, photography, and radio production; communication studies; digital media; social media; and modalities not yet known or articulated. Our students then take these skills into local communities to tell stories of social, political, cultural, and moral import. Telling people's stories is our mission.