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Take a moment and imagine California. What do you see? Sunny beaches with crashing waves, sky-scraping redwoods and acres of fresh produce. These paint a tranquil picture of the state, but sadly all of these state treasures are in jeopardy.

Men’s water polo’s Jonny Rimlinger had an impressive freshman season last fall — scoring 31 goals and earning a place for himself on the Western Water Polo Association’s All-Freshman team. With his sophomore season put on hold by COVID-19, Asst. Sports Editor Nick Rossi met with Jonny via Zo… Read more...

After stellar freshman and sophomore campaigns, LMU baseball pitcher Nick Frasso is moving onto his professional career. This past summer, Frasso was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the fourth round of the MLB Draft and officially signed with the organization in early July. For Frasso, t… Read more...

Sophomore outside hitter Rose Booth made a huge impact last year in her rookie season with women’s volleyball, recording over three kills per set and opening the season with six consecutive games with double-digit kills. Assistant Sports Editor Ellie Kinney caught up with Booth and discussed… Read more...

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It’s almost that time of year, folks! With the first semester well underway, candidates are already being selected for the winner of this year’s sarcastic “Coolest Person on Campus” award, with some real serious front runners already in the fold. Keep in mind that this award was established …

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Do you know what all you can vote on this November? California will have 12 propositions on the ballot, and it's important for college students to know what exactly they mean. Cristobal Spielmann takes a look at Prop 22 and interviews drivers Elizabeth Clews and Tyler Breisacher to learn how…

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In August, Joe Biden chose Senator Kamala Harris to be his vice presidential running mate. How has this monumental nomination affected the 2020 election and will Kamala Harris play a deciding role in it? E2020 spoke to two LMU professors to find out!

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President Trump’s Twitter feed has been filled with warnings about fraud in the upcoming election. In an interview with Election 2020’s Veronica BP, renowned Loyola Law School professor Justin Levitt argues that these claims have no real grounds. They discuss the upcoming election, the 2016 …