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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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Students were rightfully upset when they gathered late Friday in front of the Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) office in an impromptu protest of the University’s botched response to an alleged active shooter incident earlier that evening. They had received no notification about the situat…

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Ratified in 1964, the 24th Amendment banned the taxation of individuals at polling places, which was common practice to suppress black voters in the South. This practice was called a poll tax. The removal of the poll tax from all voting systems was a leap in the Civil Rights Movement, and ma…

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Voting is the easiest and most crucial way to make your voice heard. But for many Lions on campus, casting their ballot wasn't as easy as walking to the booths at U-Hall. I asked some first-year students about what their voting experience was like, and if they faced any obstacles in letting …

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The Instagram account Barstool LMU recently posted a photo of students presenting in their philosophy class dressed in athletic clothing featuring the caption "Socrates f---ed little boys. We're about to do the same to some queers out on Leavey field. Y'all should come and watch." It was onl…

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Last week, in front of the Hilton Center for Business, the LMU chapter of Young America’s for Freedom (YAF) set up a table to discuss cultural appropriation. The sign on their table said “All costumes are free speech. Change my mind.” I sat down with the Chairman of YAF’s LMU chapter, Adam D…

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In an effort to mobilize his anti-immigration base, President Donald Trump sat down with news website Axios to announce an executive order to nullify birthright citizenship — the guarantee of citizenship for all born in this country. Citizenship at birth has been seen as a constitutional gua…

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Millions of Americans went to the polls and sent in ballots for yesterday’s election. While many may be pleased with the results that came in last night as we saw some of the expected blue wave democrats pushed for, our work is not done.

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Most people wouldn’t think that a liberal arts university could offer the outstanding STEM education that the large research institutions do, but there is so much value in studying STEM here at LMU. Aside from the small class sizes and one-on-one attention, a liberal-arts fusion education al…

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We want to thrive in college. We want to soak up the stimulating freshness of dictating our own schedules, making our own decisions and taking engaging classes that really make us think.

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The key to the democratic experience is the ability to enact change. In fact, it is our civic duty. Rep. Maxine Waters currently represents the LMU community in the U.S. House of Representatives, and if you want something done, you have the power to express your concerns to her. Let's put a …

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President Trump recently identified as a nationalist while speaking to a sold-out auditorium in Houston, Texas. This sparked heated debate between conservatives and liberals, with many people equating his statement to be aligned with a racist ideology. However, labeling an entire political i…

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Just yesterday, the Belles Service Organization held a candle vigil in St. Robert’s Auditorium to mark the end of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The statistics and the issues that they advocate about are not distant or irrelevant to us as college students, but deeply personal and likely …

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