Life and Arts Archives March 2019

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In theory, YouTube is a wonderful platform where different people get to use creativity and video-making skills to make their voice heard in the world. However, lately, a handful of YouTubers have become household names and have since dominated the platform, leaving even slightly lesser-know…

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March is coming to an end, which means April Fools' Day is just around the corner. While it can be fun to prank your friends and family, it’s always possible to take a joke too far — even on the most antic-filled day of the year. Here are a handful of April Fools dos and don'ts:

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Following his debut Oscar-winning film “Get Out,” the expectations for Jordan Peele’s new movie “Us” could not have been higher. Unfortunately for Peele and audiences, however, “Us” fails to meet the bar set by its predecessor.

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In order to create a safer work space at night, LMU’s School of Film and Television is in the process of rolling out extra security measures, such as locking doors earlier, having student workers stay later and installing a card reader at the front of the building.

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The senior graphic design thesis exhibition, “Unexplored,” is open at the Thomas P. Kelly Jr. Student Art Gallery and features art projects by twelve graduating seniors. The exhibit is a consummation of what senior graphic design students have learned while attending LMU. The show opened thi…

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If you’re looking for a fun, community event this weekend or simply want to learn more about Hawaiian culture, the Nā Kõlea Hawaii Club is here for you. This Sunday, March 24, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., the club will host their 45th annual lūʻau right in Sunken Garden.

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Colton Van Til, sophomore film and television production major, and Sophia Hoefle, sophomore film and television production major, created the feature-length film, “Aberdeen,” the summer after their freshman year. "Aberdeen" tells the story of Mia, a sports journalist who uncovers a dark sec…

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If you’ve been anywhere near Instagram lately, chances are you’ve seen photo after photo of the super blooms happening in Southern California right now. But what you might not know is that the super bloom isn’t limited to the cheerful orange poppies dominating our social feeds or how to trac…

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KXLU’s annual fundraiser—stylized “FUNDRAZOR”—kicks off this Thursday, March 21 at 9 a.m. Fundrazor runs 24 hours a day for the entire week, ending on March 30 at 6 p.m. Donations from listeners and fans of the station, many of whom have been tuning in for decades, can be made either online …

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With iconic pop anthems like “Burnin’ Up,” “Lovebug” and “Year 3000,” the Jonas Brothers won over the hearts of preteens in the mid-2000s. Now, in 2019, they’ve announced their comeback, a new single and the potential for a tour all in a span of days.

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Compared to other universities, LMU is doing pretty well with eco-friendly policies. In fact, in 2018, the Lair became the first university dining facility to earn over 400 GreenPoints™ on the Green Restaurant Association (GRA) certification scale. In spirit of the Lair’s green efforts, here…

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LMU’s annual EDM music festival, After Sunset, is taking place this Friday, March 1. After Sunset is the spring counterpart to Fallapalooza and has been hosted by ASLMU for about 15 years. The show will take place at Burns Back Court, starting at 5 p.m. It features artists Whethan, Party Pup…

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As registration for the fall semester begins, the new interactive, gaming and immersive media minor will be available to all LMU students interested in game design.

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