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“Make Liberals Cry Again,” reads one popular (unofficial) bumper sticker of Trump’s 2020 campaign. “I’m anti-Trump because I’m anti-stupid” reads another bumper sticker, this time for the left.

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As we approach the halfway point of National Suicide Prevention Week (Sept. 8–12), it’s  necessary to look at one of the major health crises plaguing college students: mental illness.

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In an attempt to celebrate racial unity for India’s Independence Day, Cadbury recently came out with a new chocolate bar dubbed the Cadbury Unity Bar, with “dark, blended, milk and white chocolate all under one wrap.”

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The case of a Harvard international student, Ismail B. Ajjawi, being detained, interrogated and denied entry into the United States stunned many last week. As a university where 10.3% of the student population is international, this is an issue we cannot afford to ignore.

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This summer I had the amazing opportunity to study abroad with LMU. I was able to have experiences that reshaped my worldview and exposed me to different ways of thinking. After this experience, I am more appreciative of the United States.

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Our university has always painted itself as a green school, and that's not without receipts. We ranked 19th on the Sierra Club’s Cool Schools 2018 list, which celebrates schools with good environmental practices. We've invested thousands of dollars into solar power to reduce our carbon footp…

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There is a lot of pressure in college to find your people, get involved and take academically rigorous courses. Starting school is a form of culture shock. You are in a new environment away from what was previously normal and comfortable. It is a big change and the pressure of becoming invol…

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James Martin, S.J. said, “99 percent of the ethical life is being kind to people.” By giving the class of 2023 this class motto, LMU offers its new students the first lesson of their collegiate years: compassion.

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If this is your first year at LMU, you probably have a mountain of papers, pamphlets and promotional propaganda left over from EXP Fest, which took place last Saturday, Aug. 24 from noon to 3:00 p.m.

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What are your plans for after graduation? Where will you be? Here is what 15 seniors will be up to post graduation.

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Five years ago, an eager high school senior rapidly applied to every college within 50 miles of her hometown. She was unsure of most everything in her life: where she wanted to live, what sports she enjoyed playing, her talents and even her educational interests. With careful consideration, …

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I entered LMU as a shy freshman who had a hard time finding my community. Leaving LMU four years later, I am sad to say goodbye to the multiple homes I have found on campus. However, I know that these homes will travel with me far beyond the Bluff as it is the people who truly make our Unive…

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