Opinion Archives October 2020

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The saga surrounding the now-absent statue of St. Junípero Serra reached a point of clarification this past week when the University announced what officially happened. After all is said and done, what the University did was a well-intended, well-thought decision, and one that does reflect t…

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When the Loyolan published an anonymous contributor article and coinciding board editorial regarding the University’s endowment, we reached out to President Snyder to offer our platform to explain more about the performance of LMU’s endowment compared to other universities. 

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This week, the Loyolan published a guest contributor article contrasting LMU's endowment versus those of other comparable universities. This article came to us anonymously and underwent a days-long review and fact-checking process by Loyolan staff.

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Most of us are counting down the days until LMU reopens and we can go back to some degree of normalcy. However, if we want to be able to go back to campus and, more importantly, stay on campus, we have to take the measures that will keep students, faculty and staff safe.

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On March 13, 2020 Breonna Taylor was shot and killed in her own apartment by local police. On Sept. 23, 2020, only one of the three Louisville police officers involved in the shooting was charged. Brett Hankison, the officer in question, was indicted on three counts of first-degree wanton en…

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With the US heading into the third, and most brutal, wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with cases spiking across both California and L.A. County, many are wondering if this week's Halloween could still happen. Local governments have been quick to answer that question, with Santa Barbara Cou…

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When I was around the age of 10, I went to go see a college play that my cousin was starring in. The play was entitled “The Servant of Two Masters” and was written by the Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni. The play focused on the fictional life of Truffaldino, a comical character who foolishl…

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