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Bulldogs left licking their wounds

Bulldogs left licking their wounds

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California Lutheran University Kingsmen baseball competed against Redlands University with an unfortunate end on March 7 on George “Sparky” Anderson Field at Ullman Stadium. The team lost the series opener by a final score

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Midterm madness

Midterm madness

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As spring midterms loom ever-nearer for college students across the U.S., so does the potential for stress and stress-related health issues. Decreased sleep coupled with increased caffeine intake, poor nutrition and test-taking anxiety are

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Ashes to ashes

Ashes to ashes

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Students and faculty members gathered at different times throughout campus to receive ashes on March 5. Ash Wednesday, also called the Imposition of Ashes, marks the first day of the Lenten season. According to

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Ukraine tensions remain unsettled

Ukraine tensions remain unsettled

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On Feb. 18, violence broke out in Ukraine, leaving 77 people dead and 600 wounded, according to BBC. What started as peaceful protests at the Independence Square in central Kiev turned into what some

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Students contemplate having a scholastic summer

Students contemplate having a scholastic summer

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As the temperature becomes warmer and the season changes, summer quickly approaches.  Aside from spending time at the beach and lounging poolside all day, summer also means the start of California Lutheran University’s summer

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Student leaders recognized

Student leaders recognized

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April 25 marks the 1st Annual Leadership Awards sponsored by Student Life at California Lutheran University. Jaime Faucher, coordinator for transitional and leadership development, is responsible for the initial idea of having a university-wide

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California water doesn’t come cheap

California water doesn’t come cheap

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It’s no secret that Californians don’t like the rain, but it’s also no secret that we desperately need it. The United State Drought Monitor has classified over 90 percent of the state of California

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NEWS BRIEFS: On Campus, Across the Nation & Around the World

NEWS BRIEFS: On Campus, Across the Nation & Around the World

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Family steals $7 million in goods The Bogdanov family of Illinois has been charged with transporting stolen property across state lines, according to CNN. The family stole more than $7 million in goods for

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Kick, push, coast

Kick, push, coast

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Every time you walk to class or grab a bite to eat around campus, you are bound to see a skateboarder zoom past you. Skateboarding, especially in Southern California is hugely popular. Many see

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Study Abroad expands

Study Abroad expands

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Do you want to go to Spain? How about Argentina? Or even down under in Australia? California Lutheran University’s study abroad program offers many possibilities to students and has now expanded its offices so

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