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ASLMU is hosting Period Justice Week from Oct. 14 to Oct. 19, with a number of events focused on inequality relating to menstrual health, according to LMU This Week. This comes as ASLMU President Ken Cavanaugh works toward their initiative for the University to provide free period products i…

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Steven Levitsky, a professor at Harvard University and co-author of the 2018 book “How Democracies Die,” visited LMU on Thursday to discuss the book and the contemporary status of democracy. The event was organized by the Global Policy Institute (GPI), which presented the book with the 2019 …

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The men’s and women’s cross country teams will compete in their final regular season meets this month, with the two groups traveling to Sunnyvale, California on Saturday to compete in the Bronco Invitational, followed by the Titan Invitational on Oct. 25 in Fullerton. The Lions will then ent…

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Last week, the Dodgers were knocked out of the MLB playoffs in shocking fashion at the hands of the Washington Nationals. Losing in the first round of postseason play represented a massive disappointment to a team that had championship ambitions. Several LMU students shared their take on the…