In light of a significant decrease in COVID-19 cases at LMU and L.A. County, LMU has updated the testing schedule for those in the mandatory surveillance testing program. The University is also encouraging all students to get vaccinated before returning to campus in the fall.
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In his Seaver Spotlight event, "Your God is Too Small," Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J., countered the idea that science and religion cannot intertwine.
Throughout this country’s history, we have seen Black politicians settle themselves into the government. However, not all of them have had the Black community in mind.
The public sexualizes and objectifies the bodies of female celebrities far too much. These women should be in control of their own bodies.
Domestic abuse by celebrities is not taken seriously enough, and we can change that. We have the power to shift the narrative on domestic abuse.
Relations between Black Americans and African immigrants have always been rocky in the United States. The trend of trying fufu, a traditional African dish, has highlighted this rockiness. The negative response to the food from Black Americans unleashed the deep-rooted issues that African imm…
Anti-Semitism—the intolerance against Jewish people—has been rampant in our media and language for decades. Now, in the light of the Capitol riots on Jan. 6 and extreme right-wing backlash against the inauguration, America is showing its ugly, anti-Semitic face.
As many may have heard by now, The New York Times wrote a story exposing the fact that President Donald Trump only paid seven hundred and fifty dollars in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017. As stated in the article " Long-Concealed Records Show Trump’s Chronic Losses and Years Of Tax Avo…