Opinion Archives August 2017

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Welcome back sweeties. It’s that time of year again when the Lair is full of naïve first years excited to try the Mexican bowls and the distribution center is spilling out fans ordered on Amazon by concerned parents. It’s the first week of class, and I am here to present you with the best me…

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Another school year is upon us. For those of us returning to LMU after a brief, much-needed break, the routine feels familiar: review your class schedule, buy your books and enjoy your last few moments of summer. We’re eager to return to our on-campus jobs and organizations and reunite with …

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In California, we may feel that issues surrounding the Confederacy and white supremacy don’t particularly concern us, or that they’re not applicable to our deeply blue state. After all, California was established as a free state in order to prevent the spread of slavery. We may think that th…

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A new year always means a new class of freshman, but this year presents a unique opportunity. This incoming freshman class makes up 31 percent of the total undergraduate population. Almost a third of LMU’s students are figuring out the intricacies of life on the Bluff, and the Loyolan is no …

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1. Whole Foods Market price cuts

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