Opinion Archives November 2020

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On Oct. 27, 2020, Judge Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as a justice of the Supreme Court, and now, just over a month later, she has already contributed to what I would consider a very important and very telling ruling. The ruling was made on Nov. 25, and it featured Barrett’s first notable a…

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Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation, which served as the first official declaration of the national holiday we celebrate this week, bears little resemblance to the holiday I remember learning about in school.

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This year has felt like one never-ending roller coaster; a constant terror-filled ride full of screaming with every twist and turn. I constantly feel like I never have time to myself, and when I do have a moment to breathe I feel like I am unproductive and my mind is worrying about all the t…

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For anyone that has checked out old emails in their Outlook inbox recently, you may have spotted a message from an LMU-exclusive platform called The Pride. It's been nearly a month since it was sent out, and I'd encourage anyone who hasn't signed up to do so now.

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I find it admirable how students at LMU and across the country have taken it upon themselves to make this country a more just, equitable place. This summer, hundreds of members of the LMU community gathered to peacefully support the Black Lives Matter movement. Student run organizations like…

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After the nightmare that was last week's presidential election, it's important to remember one institution that many LMU students don't and aren't able to vote for: the Judicial Branch of ASLMU.

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The heirs of Gucci have threatened legal action against the film "House of Gucci." Is this action justified or are they making it a bigger deal than it needs to be?

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