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Packing for a five-month journey can be overwhelming. After her own study abroad experience, resident traveler and asst. life+arts editor Riley Hetherington compiled her short list of abroad must-haves.

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Here’s your guide to Life+Art’s favorite and least favorite foods to eat on Turkey Day.

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Whether you’re driving by yourself or flying home for Thanksgiving, pop on your headphones and try a new podcast after taking this quiz.

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For Lions interested in foreign cinema, here’s a rundown of France’s best and most accessible films, for all audiences.

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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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With LMU being located on the San Andreas Fault, it is important to stay up to date on earthquake procedurals. Last week, QuakeFest brought first responders and emergency supplies to campus as part of a national emergency readiness campaign, helping LMU students stay safe.

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The constant wave of negative news can be overwhelming. These happy headlines include a car-powered hotel, acts of kindness and saving babies.

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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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Fallapalooza, the annual ASLMU music festival, featured eclectic performances from student performer Moussa, Alemeda and headliner Tinashe. Keep reading to get the inside scoop about how it all went down.

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The 67th Grand Reunion and Alumni BBQ was held this Sunday for the first time in three years. Graduates of all ages gathered to reminisce about their time at LMU.

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