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Halloween is just around the corner, and that means people are scrambling to make plans and put together the best costumes they can find. If you're stuck in a rut when it comes to how to spend your Hallo-weekend, take this quiz to find some inspiration!

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After two years of speculation and anticipation, “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” finally hit theaters this week. The film is a wildly different chapter in the “Harry Potter” universe than its predecessor, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” but it is equally as exciting.

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"Crosswords: Class of ‘08 Reunion” premiered last weekend in the Barnelle Theatre. While at times the show can be frustrating, it has enough shining moments to capture its audience and make for an enjoyable, lighthearted night out.

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 Climate change has been a long-debated topic among politicians, scientists and the population in general. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), started by the United Nations (UN) in order to provide governments around the world with scientific resources and information about…

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Registration is just around the corner, and for some Lions, it has already begun. It can be a mad dash against the clock to create the perfect schedule that fulfills all your core requirements—and also one without 8:00 a.m. classes in University Hall—but that doesn't mean that you can't get …

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Guys: don't think I forgot about you! Fashion is used as a means of expression, and everyone should be able to express themselves through physical appearance. However, it can be difficult to choose what to wear and when to wear it. This is: “Know what to wear this November: men’s edition.”

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It is that time of year again. With the stress of the first semester speeding to a close, everyone is a little on edge. And to add to the mix, registration opens for students throughout the next month.

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Our new on-campus eatery, The Habit, opened its doors to the LMU public for the first time today on Nov. 9, and will surely go down as a day to remember in LMU history. In order to prepare its employees for the rush of students to come, the burger restaurant allowed limited students to come …

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LMU’s School of Film and Television will hold its annual Film Outside the Frame festival this Sunday, Nov. 11. In the past, Film Outside the Frame has been formatted as more of any old awards show, rather than a festival. This year, everything is different.

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It is extremely apparent that the gender inequality within the film industry is in dire need of repair, and LMU’s School of Film and Television (SFTV) Women’s Society is doing everything in their power to change that. 

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Imagine not having to worry about getting an hour more or an hour less of sleep. Imagine never having to think about being too early or too late because you forgot to adjust your clock. The practice of whether daylight savings time (DST) should continue in the state of California or not has …

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This October was a wonderful month for film, and if there’s one month that can top it this year, it’s November. Though there are not nearly as many releases, the month holds in store some film treasures.

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 With construction finally coming to a close on LMU’s new Habit Burger, it seems as if the highly anticipated restaurant is all that students are able to talk about. I decided to hit the streets to figure out what exactly these hungry Lions had to say about LMU’s newest restaurant.

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This November, a piece of Italy is coming to LMU. Every summer the world-famous Il Cinema Ritrovato film festival is held in Bologna, Italy. For the last few years, LMU has been lucky enough to host Il Cinema Ritrovato on tour.

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 Every year on Oct. 23, students, staff and alumni gather on the lawn outside of the Foley Building for the annual Beatles 4 Sam event — a live concert to memorialize the life of a former student on the anniversary of his death. In October of 2007, LMU student Sam Wasson was killed in a car …

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Two recent LMU alumni filmed a trailer for their television series idea earlier this semester, and that trailer is now competing with two others for possible development on the Syfy channel. The trailer is one of the first productions by their newly founded production company, Sailing Pig.

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