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Students and university donors answer to each other

February 27, 2013 1

You’re walking down the stone steps toward Memorial Parkway and you step over a poster announcing that it’s Philanthropy Phriday and that you should donate to the CLU Annual Fund. You walk past the

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Dorner’s CLU connection hits home

February 27, 2013 Comments Off

The reign of terror may finally be over, but the effects of Christopher Dorner’s alleged killing spree will continue to haunt people. “It’s just sad when you see these things happen,” said John Barrow,

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Senate has money left for semester

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Despite fears that there would be a shortage of money for Senate budgets this year, ASCLU-G has money left to spend and things seem to be on track for the semester’s budget. Student fees

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Clayton tackles debate

February 27, 2013 1

Science and religion are in the midst of a battle, according to Philip Clayton, a veteran theologian who lectured at CLU on Tuesday, Feb. 19. “How do we integrate this world of science with

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Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation is the first since 1415

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Pope Benedict XVI, the leader of the Roman Catholic Church, will step down at the end of this month. It’s been nearly 600 years since the last time a pope resigned. “In a sign

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Ventura County Jail allows emails to inmates

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On Feb. 11, the Detention Services Division of Ventura County Jail began to allow email access to inmates through a program known as “Email an Inmate.” This is not the first time a jail

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Drone strike ethics should be thoroughly reviewed

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A leaked memo from the United States Justice Department revealed that President Barack Obama has  allowed drone strikes on U.S. citizens overseas who have been proven to be terrorist threats. Drones are unmanned aircrafts

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Conditions on Carnival ship should have been avoided

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Another cruise ship disaster is currently making headlines after an engine fire started on board the Carnival Cruise ship, Triumph. Passengers were stuck with no running water or air conditioning, long food lines in

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Court allows baby to have three legal parents

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Seeing a single parent caring for their child has become just as common as seeing a married couple doing the same. But it’s not every day that you see a child with three legal

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CLU presents its first fully-staged opera

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There seems to be a negative undercurrent associated with opera. It distinctly takes the shape of Brunhilde standing center stage adorned in a chest plate and Viking helmet, mouth wide in mid-song, chest heaving,

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