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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 …
Our leaders over at ASLMU are attempting something that has not successfully been done before: providing the LMU community with free period products in on-campus restrooms.