Opinion Archives March 2020

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This week, Twitter users saw the nearly decade-old feud between Kanye West and Taylor Swift reignited. While most of us agree that this issue is really the least of our concerns during this time of actual global crisis, the two superstars decided to continue their stale dialogue of truth, li…

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At such a critical time — when it feels like the whole world is ending — student journalists serve a crucial role in delivering understandable science information for thousands of concerned students. Unfortunately, some publications haven't taken as much care as they should these past few days.

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A toilet paper shortage. Disneyland closed. Travel from Europe partially banned. Empty streets. One thing is clear: the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in the modern world. But the disease, which has been labeled a “public health emergency of international concern" by the World Health Org…

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With the well-deserved worry over the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forcing students off campus, it can be easy to forget about other important issues impacting the future of LMU. Case in point: what lies ahead for Divest LMU.

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You’ve seen him on TV. And Instagram. And Snapchat. And during the Superbowl. New York mayor, Mike Bloomberg, is everywhere. He’s spent almost half a billion dollars to make sure of it.

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The police officer who killed George Floyd has been found guilty of murder and manslaughter in the 2020 killing of George Floyd. Our opinion section reacts to the news.

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Oscar nominated ‘Two Distant Strangers’ captures the persistence of police brotherhoods as they retain strongholds in recent cases of police violence.

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