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Internet neutrality at risk for change

Internet neutrality at risk for change

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

The Internet, for as long as most of us can remember, has always been accessible and for the most part, free of cost outside of a service fee. But what if the service providers

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Kingsmen by day, Super Kingsmen by night

Kingsmen by day, Super Kingsmen by night

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s junior Jacob Gibson dressed as Superman! California Lutheran University students chose who they thought were the most superpowerful men on campus to compete in the Club Lu

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CLU limps into the playoffs

CLU limps into the playoffs

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

Saturday, Feb. 22 marked the last conference home game of the season for California Lutheran University men’s basketball team. The night kicked off with a special recognition of senior guards Steven Davis, Collin Knudsen

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Students and faculty get quizzed on their black history knowledge

Students and faculty get quizzed on their black history knowledge

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

In 1976, Black History Month was officially recognized by the U.S. government because of the efforts of the Black United Students at Kent State University.  Prior to that, black history was celebrated for one

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Empower yourself with MYLife

Empower yourself with MYLife

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

CLU Empowered, formerly known as Empowertown, is sporting a new look this year and is looking to engage participants both old and new. The  annual event, held by California Lutheran University’s diversity club  called

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President-elect to voice student concerns

President-elect to voice student concerns

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

Last week, the Associated Students of California Lutheran University Government held executive cabinet elections for the positions of president, senate director and programs board director for the 2014-2015 school year. Junior Ally Ruggles was

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Waves too much to handle

Waves too much to handle

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

It was a top of the table clash as the California Lutheran University Knights Rugby Club took on Pepperdine University. Both teams had been undefeated during the season and this was considered to be

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Major League Soccer on the rise in the U.S.

Major League Soccer on the rise in the U.S.

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

Professional soccer has been growing in the U.S. and it does not seem like it will be slowing down anytime soon. Major League Soccer is about to begin its 19th season in March and

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George Zimmerman:  seeking amends or additional publicity?

George Zimmerman: seeking amends or additional publicity?

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

“God is the only judge that I have to answer to,” said George Zimmerman during an interview on CNN. Zimmerman is most known for the case that makes him now look over his shoulder

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Fear the spear

Fear the spear

February 26, 2014 Comments Off

On the surface, Allie Hadley is a 20-year-old exercise science major at California Lutheran University. Just like other students, she goes to her classes, studies, does her homework and hangs out with friends. However,

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