In part two of the two-part series, Jacob Cornblatt, Editor-in-Chief of the LA Loyolan, takes you behind the scenes of the 6th Democratic debate. Watch the challenges, excitement, and surprises of attending the DNC debate as a student journalist.
In part one of the two-part series, Jacob Cornblatt, Editor-in-Chief of the LA Loyolan, takes you behind the scenes of the 6th Democratic debate. Watch the challenges, excitement, and surprises of attending the DNC debate as a student journalist. Stay tuned tomorrow for part two.
From Chris Cuomo to Tomi Lahren, Cristobal Spielmann and the Election 2020 team asked several noteworthy journalists and commentators what they thought of the debate and what students could learn from the experience.
Although the sixth Democratic presidential debate discussed college affordability, one issue affecting college students that was not touched upon is mental health. After the debate, Election 2020's Jacob Cornblatt and Veronica BP asked presidential candidates how they would address the menta…
After many publications declared her the winner of the sixth Democratic debate, Sen. Amy Klobuchar tells the Loyolan's Election 2020 team why she believes she won.
Scores of people with diverse views assembled at the debate’s free speech zone. Reporting by Alyssa Story and Maddie Cindrich.
Three LMU professors—Michael Genovese, Richard Fox and Kimberly West-Faulcon—share what they hope the candidates discuss at today's Democratic debate. Election 2020's Veronica Backer-Peral interviews the professors from the debate's media room.
LMU played a pivotal role in helping food service workers and Sodexo reach an agreement, according to labor and political leaders. Watch as presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren celebrates the accord and see Election 2020’s exclusive interview with DNC Chairman Tom Perez. Reporting by Vero…
Ahead of Thursday’s planned Democratic Debate on LMU’s campus, the union representing Sodexo workers plans to meet with Sodexo to negotiate contract on Tuesday. Veronica Backer-Peral of the Election 2020 Team sat down with Sodexo workers and members of the union at LMU to talk about the behi…
After the union representing Sodexo workers at LMU announced it would picket during Thursday’s Democratic Debate on campus, all seven candidates announced they would not cross the lines to attend the debate. With the viability of the debate threatened, watch the LMU Election 2020 team’s excl…
Along the Lincoln Blvd. entrance of LMU, hundreds of Democratic candidate supporters and protesters lined the street.
Update 12/17/19 9:50 a.m.: This story has been updated to include a statement from LMU.
Over the past week, the sixth presidential debate was almost derailed when all seven candidates announced they would boycott the event if labor disputes between Sodexo and its LMU workers were not resolved.
Work on campus is underway as negotiations continue with Sodexo workers.
Negotiations between Sodexo and Unite Here Local 11 are set to take place this Tuesday, according to union leaders. This comes as all seven presidential candidates threatened to skip the upcoming DNC presidential debate, scheduled to take place at LMU on Thursday.
4:51 p.m.: Xochitl Hinojosa, the DNC communications director has released a statement: "The DNC and LMU learned of this issue earlier today and it is our understanding this matter arose within the last day. While LMU is not a party to the negotiations between Sodexo and Unite Here Local 11, …