Opinion Archives December 2019

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Over the past week, the sixth presidential debate was almost derailed when all seven candidates announced they would boycott the event if labor disputes between Sodexo and its LMU workers were not resolved. 

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If you've visited the Campus Business Center in University Hall this semester, you've noticed that how you get the mail has changed drastically, but not for the better.

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Our current election cycle has brought up a wide variety of unique ideas with some historical backing. Unfortunately, a once-buried idea has gotten more attention than it deserves: compulsory military service.

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As the presidential election of 2020 quickly approaches, many new voters may question the weight of their vote — especially in states with historically consistent opposing viewpoints.

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Perhaps students at the University of Florida (UF) thought their tuition money was safeguarded before it was uncovered that the university spent $50,000 of mandatory student fees to host Donald Trump, Jr. and his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, on their campus this past October. This, predic…

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Parler, a self-proclaimed “unbiased social media” platform, has become a somewhat haven for conservative figures who feel silenced on other platforms.

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For many people, 2020 will go down as one of the worst years of their life. Future readers of history books will be amazed at the multitude of surprises 2020 presented, most of them with a negative connotation. This year brought to attention the importance of keeping high-ranking officials a…

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