The Marching has only just Begun


By Erin Neil, Co-Editor in Chief After a cold and rainy Inauguration Day, the skies shone a light on all the people who participated in the Women’s March. Subways were packed, pink hats were everywhere, and women and men filled the streets of Los Angeles to demonstrate in unity for human rights everywhere. At 10:00am on Saturday morning 750,000 people began […]

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Behind the Bud of the Rose Parade

By Bridget Gehan, Staff Writer Behind the brightest bud of the Pasadena Rose Parade, there are thousands of cramped, calloused, freezing, and bleeding hands, hours of dedicated service, and hundreds of shivering people meticulously working so the finished product will be magical. I ventured behind the scenes of the world famous Pasadena Rose Parade – the conclusion? There is nothing […]

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LA Minimum Wage Increase: Helping Workers or Hurting Consumers?


By Annika Pearson, ND Knight Magazine Editor For all the frozen yogurt servers, bakery workers and smoothie makers of Notre Dame: your work is paying off a little more, literally. Starting July 1, 2016, Los Angeles’s minimum wage increased from $10 an hour to $10.50 for businesses with over 25 people. Between school, extra curricular activities, and social lives, many […]

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