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From "The Office" finale to the "Game of Thrones" Red Wedding episode, 2013 was an amazing time in pop culture. We looked back at six ridiculous pop culture moments that are turning ten this year.

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From a library ofrenda to watching "Coco" with family, LMU students share how they celebrated the annual Mexican holiday, Día de los Muertos.

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Cornel West and Henry Louis Gates Jr. spoke on all things race and culture worldwide on the Drollinger Family Stage last week. Many of LMU’s Westchester neighbors came out to the Lawton Plaza event.

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Each week for the coming month the Loyolan will be highlighting each of the Ethnic and Intercultural Groups on campus and the resources they provide for students. This week L+A editor Sammi Su talked with Director of Asian Pacific Student Services Aristotle Mosier to learn more about what they are doing.

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Each week for this month the Loyolan will be highlighting each of the Ethnic and Intercultural Services groups on campus and the resources they provide for students. This week L+A editor Sammi Su talked with Director of Chicano Latino Student Services Natalie Guevara to learn more about what…

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For the first Lion Street Style of 2020, Life+Arts Assistant Editor Francesca Bermudez sat down with Kezia Laksmono, a sophomore communication studies major from Indonesia. Read below to learn how she finds inspiration on social media and what fashion accessory she collects.

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While Easter break wasn’t the longest break we’ve had this year, several students decided to make the most of it. Some traveled to new places, while others revisited their hometown and favorite locations. For some, the break served as a great opportunity to get closer to friends through trav…

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If you’re looking for a fun, community event this weekend or simply want to learn more about Hawaiian culture, the Nā Kõlea Hawaii Club is here for you. This Sunday, March 24, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., the club will host their 45th annual lūʻau right in Sunken Garden.

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LMU offers a plethora of exciting trips and excursions that students can go on throughout their time at the University, but none compare to the Ignacio Companion (IC) Trip. IC Trips are faith-based immersions that are provided by Campus Ministry. These trips allow students to explore new wor…

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It is nearly impossible to attend LMU and not know the names William H. Hannon and Eugenie B. Hannon. The LMU library—one of the most important landmarks of any campus—is named after the former, while an apartment complex on the other side of campus is named after the latter. The name Hannon…

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While I love rocking out as much as the next person, sometimes I just need to take a step back and listen to something acoustic. Whether you're a fan of bands like Mumford & Sons and The Lumineers or just looking for some tunes to play when you're in need of relaxation, here are 10 songs…

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Thomas P. Kelly Gallery hosted the opening of “Multiverse,” an exhibition created by senior art majors which featured a variety of multimedia art pieces centered around important personal topics. “Multiverse,” which was on display until April 10, was the collaboration between 18 students who…

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According to senior theatre arts major and business administration minor Jordan Block, laughter is what inspired her to direct ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ musical and bring it to life with the help of The Del Rey Players. Block originates from St. Louis, Missouri and joked about how laughing is o…

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