Life and Arts Archives April 2019

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The spring semester is coming to a close, and so begins the inevitable stress about LION dollars. Some students are left with a giant surplus, while others are down to their last $50 with roughly two weeks to go. No matter where you fall in your LION dollar count, here’s some advice to ensur…

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While Easter break wasn’t the longest break we’ve had this year, several students decided to make the most of it. Some traveled to new places, while others revisited their hometown and favorite locations. For some, the break served as a great opportunity to get closer to friends through trav…

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LMU’s Music Industry Society is hosting “A Day of Music” this Sunday, April 28, complete with a panel of music industry professionals and a free concert by Los Angeles based musician Holladay. The event is also co-sponsored by KXLU 88.9 FM and KLMU online radio.

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On the 71st floor of U.S. Bank Tower in the center of downtown Los Angeles is a restaurant best known for its aesthetics and attention to detail. 71 Above is on the must-go list for food lovers and adventurous people, alike. The high-end restaurant offers a three course meal for a set price …

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Glossier is a skincare and makeup brand that specializes in simple, easy-to-apply products that will become the “makeup you’ll reach for every day.” As such, they often appeal to individuals who like to wear makeup but need a no-fuss routine for their busy lives.

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It seems like everyone and their mother has been traveling far and wide to find the best super bloom in Los Angeles. Unbeknownst to many, LMU has several of their own super blooms up their sleeve.

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I’ve been passing this one coffee shop on Lincoln Boulevard this past year, my attention continuously drawn to the multitude of flowers sitting outside the door. The name “Flowerboy” is painted above the storefront, leading me to believe it’s just a simple flower shop. It later came to my at…

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Ever wanted to spend a chill weekend watching a bunch of soft fluffballs run on the beach? These events are the ones for you. As the weather starts to warm, more dogs with social media presences will begin meeting up together to play, and many of these meetups are public to all. Try your luc…

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For sophomore marketing major Trevor Gray and freshman film, television and media studies major Troy Salmans, the past several months have all been leading up to one grand event — the charity Spring Fashion Show in Sunken Garden, titled “Walking with Women,” this Saturday, April 6, at 6:30 p.m. 

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In the past couple weeks, one of the most prominent features in the news has been the one centered around “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett. Smollett, an openly gay black man, was subject to a supposed hate crime in late January. However, through a deeper examination by the Chicago police, Smol…

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An L.A. art event had a lot of the art and creative communities buzzing with dreamy excitement while awaiting the immersive experience of Eternal Sleepover, an interactive two-day exhibit hosted by The Messy Heads and Ghost Gallery.

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