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More and more events are getting cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including those at LMU. The Loyolan spoke to all three presidential tickets for the 2020 ASLMU elections to garner their thoughts on commencement celebrations being indefinitely postponed.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc across the globe, but its number of victims is not limited to those who have contracted the disease. Racially-motivated discrimination and violence against Asian-Americans has been exacerbated by fear of the virus. In this video, Veronica BP of Electio…

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Bernie Sanders won the big prize on Super Tuesday: California. On Tuesday, Veronica BP and Aidan from Election 2020 spoke to local politicians at the Center of Study Los Angeles’ watch party about the importance of the Latino vote for Sanders.

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If you voted on Super Tuesday in Los Angeles, you saw the brand new voting system. On Tuesday, we spoke to one of the people who led this change about what worked, what didn’t, and why this new voting platform matters.

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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Loyolan has started a video series in which students and faculty share what they are grateful for. However, photogenic is not on the list of words I use to describe myself (there’s a reason I chose a major that places me behind the camera, not in front …

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There was a vast amount of criticism towards basketball star and member of the Utah R&B, Rudy Gobert, and his attitude toward the coronavirus, intentionally touching microphones and downplaying the severity of COVID-19. When it was announced that, in some form of poetic irony, Gobert tes…

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Lily Catrone, senior marketing major and one of two co-directors of Special Games, spoke with Grace McCauley, assistant managing editor, about her experience getting involved with the student-run organization and how it has impacted her.

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The U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) has been fighting for years to secure equal compensation to the men’s team, but the blatant misogyny they have faced during their ongoing legal battle with U.S. Soccer reveals that there is still a lot of work to be done.