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Climate Change: Rising Intolerable Heat in the Persian Gulf May Make Region Uninhabitable

Professors at Loyola Marymount University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology say extreme temperatures in major cities such as Abu Dhabi and Dubai likely due to global warming. Extreme temperatures and humidity around the Persian Gulf are likely to approach and exceed a threshold of human tolerance within this century if greenhouse gas emissions continue to […]

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LMU Hosts White House Summit on Educational Excellence for African Americans

Students, educators and key figures in the White House initiative to improve educational outcomes for African-American students will gather on Wednesday, Oct. 28 at Loyola Marymount University to focus on strategies for success in higher education and the global labor market. For more information, click here. The White House Summit on Educational Excellence for African Americans […]

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Plague or Plaything? Forum Examines Pornography’s Impacts

Does pornography contribute to hostile attitudes against women and sexual violence? One of the nation’s leading researchers on the effects of sexual aggression and obscenity in the media will address that question and others at the event “Pornography: Plague or Plaything?” – presented on Wednesday, Oct. 28, by the Forum on Media Ethics and Social […]

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Is American Capitalism Broken by Wealth Inequality?

Is American capitalism broken? Stephen Young, global executive director of Caux Round Table, will discuss the inequality of income and wealth in the United States from historical, economic, and moral perspectives at Loyola Marymount University on Tuesday Oct. 20 at 2:40 p.m. in the William H. Hannon Library. Young is one of several keynote speakers participating […]

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