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There are few Americans in today’s world that are strangers to the powerful role of social media in our society. The extent of social media companies’ power has allowed them to dodge the political consequences of their recklessness, but no more.

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As college students we have the flexibility and drive to protest, and protests are essential to securing the future we want. However, in recent years protesting has moved from the streets onto cellphones. When protests form solely over social media networks, they lack a strong foundation to …

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LMU's buildings are rife with design flaws, and there's one major building on campus with a uniquely damaging defect that goes against its intended purpose.

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Our current electoral system is broken, and if the U.S. wants to uphold a stable democracy, we need to fix it.

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The past few weeks have been crazy for many students with midterms and essays, but there’s one story coming from outside LMU that really needs attention and understanding.

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Everyone is excited for Halloween. The costumes, the decorations, the candy in fun Halloween-themed candy wrappers, the 2,000 metric tonnes of plastic waste created from Halloween costumes alone... well, maybe not that last part.

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The Loyolan would like to wish our University community a happy Halloween! As we celebrate Halloween this week, we must also consider the real horrors we are currently facing in California.

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Whereas there is no inherent difference between race or gender that would differentiate their ability to succeed in any given educational or professional setting, disability differs in that it would be unfair to assume that all disabilities are the same, and that all disabilities would thriv…

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One of LMU’s most treasured collections is under threat of being downsized, and the repercussions of going forward with that would be disastrous for students, professors and the University's future.

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Update 11/7/19 1:31 a.m.: This article has been updated. It originally stated that the University of San Francisco did not have an active College Republican or Democratic group on campus. USF actually does have a College Democrats group officially associated with the DNC. The article has bee…

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One of ASLMU’s upcoming initiatives includes placing free pads and tampons in certain bathrooms around campus. While lessening period costs and stressors for students is both helpful and important, adding more disposable products to a campus that cares about environmentalism is counterproduc…

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For professors at an institution that promotes critical thinking, taking time to discuss current events in class is essential to preparing us students to be productive citizens of the world. Professors who are willing to address and incorporate current events into their curriculum are better…

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“I’’m here today because I believe we must continue to stand for free expression,” said Mark Zuckerberg at a large event at Georgetown University last week. The event, according to a post by the Facebook co-founder, was an “unfiltered take on how I think about these questions [of free expres…

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Steven Levitsky, a professor at Harvard University and co-author of the 2018 book “How Democracies Die,” visited LMU on Thursday to discuss the book and the contemporary status of democracy. The event was organized by the Global Policy Institute (GPI), which presented the book with the 2019 …

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