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Special Report: Homelessness in Los Angeles

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This week, the Loyolan put together a special section on homelessness in Los Angeles in response to the city's recent announcement of a homelessness state of emergency. Below, find our comprehensive coverage exploring, explaining and living the realities of homelessness in our home city.

Is L.A. simply cleaning up for Olympic glory?, by Sports Editor Jack Sullivan

Students have the power to change the dire state of homelessness, by the Los Angeles Loyolan Editorial Board

5 videos to reconsider homelessness, by Life+Arts Editor Kelsey Mangan

Students experience Skid Row, by News Editor Amanda Lopez

If only their hearts wandered where their eyes did, by Asst. Life+Arts Editor Elliot Britt

In America's homelessness capital, LMU seeks to understand a range of experiences, by Executive Editor Michael Busse

One-on-one interactions shed light on the reality of homelessness in Los Angeles, by Asst. News Editor Karis Addo-Quaye

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