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A long weekend might be nice, but few recognize the history behind Cesar Chavez day on April 1. LMU students reflect on the importance of celebrating social justice figures such as Chavez on their day off.

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Out of 9 contestants, jack green won the student dj competition and is opening at after sunset on Friday. Hear how he got in to djing and where he gets his inspiration.

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From paleo to gluten free, the lair has added new options this semester to accommodate all different diets. The Los Angeles Loyolan asked students how they feel about these changes and what their favorite new items are.

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Loyola Marymount University celebrates the First Amendment this week. The Loyolan and ROAR Studios spoke to several students to find out which part of the First Amendment means the most to them.

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Will Black Panther, Green Book, or A Star is Born take home the Oscar for Best Picture? LMU students share their predictions and thoughts on the upcoming 91st Academy Awards.

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With four bedroom apartments now cramming five students, more triple dorms in freshman housing, and upperclassmen encouraged to live off campus, students react to an impending housing plan that promises no space.

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Before the Lions' 74-70 win over Pepperdine, ASLMU hosted Loyola Marymount's first ever LMU Day, a tailgate full of games, food, and spirit ahead of the big win!

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As the semester comes to a close, LMU students with too much money left on their meal plan reveal what they’ve been splurging on.

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Need a little holiday spirit in your life? Watch to see the LMU community get into the holiday spirit with hot cocoa, Christmas songs, and sweet treats at the annual Christmas tree lighting.

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LMU Students talk about their thoughts on the newest place on the bluff, The Habit-- including their go-to orders and their thoughts on the long line.

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Students share their experiences from the Nov. 9 active shooter false alarm incident and their opinions on what needs improvement in terms of campus emergency response.

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While many LMU students proudly voted for the first time on election day, some did not. Find out what happened.

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Ghosts, goblins and ghouls? Just in time for Halloween, students share their experiences with some spooky stuff.

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After the Belles 24 hour silent protest on Wednesday, October 17, the Loyolan sat down with president Brenda Quintanilla to discuss the importance of the silent protest against domestic violence.

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