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Keeping their eye on the prize

Keeping their eye on the prize

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All hail Kingsmen baseball as they clean up the conference. After a double header on April 27 versus both La Verne and Cal Tech, as well as two other victories against Claremont and Redlands

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BSU and Feminism Is… plan annual Take Back the Night

BSU and Feminism Is… plan annual Take Back the Night

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Take Back the Night, an event to raise awareness about domestic and sexual violence, will take place May 1 at 6 p.m. in Kingsmen Park. The event is run by student organizations Feminism Is…and

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USC students stage sit in protest

USC students stage sit in protest

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Eighteen University of Southern California students took part in a sit in outside of university President Max Nikias’ office on April 15. Students were protesting the university’s buisness affiliation with a company who had

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A culture of leadership

A culture of leadership

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The tables were set and the trophies shined at the California Lutheran University Multicultural and International Recognition Banquet on April 23. Representatives from culture and justice clubs, such as the Chinese Culture Club, the

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One thousand cranes

One thousand cranes

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According to Japanese lore, folding 1,000 origami cranes is done when someone has a wish, whether it is for peace, health or luck. If you could have only one wish in this world, what

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Seeking fancy footwork

Seeking fancy footwork

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Get your dancing shoes ready! The Dance Team at California Lutheran University is in full preparation for the 2014-2015 school year. The competition team will hold auditions for CLU students to strut their stuff

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Students cruise through clouds of color

Students cruise through clouds of color

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End genocide

End genocide

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Imagine you just found out that six million people were killed by genocide. What would you do? On May 4, the Walk to End Genocide will take place with the Temple Etz Chaim and

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All eyes on us

All eyes on us

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With the SCIAC Championships just around the corner, the Regals are the team to beat. California Lutheran University’s women’s track and field team has gone undefeated this season, and according to head coach Matt

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Tensions in Ukraine worsen

Tensions in Ukraine worsen

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Conflict between Ukraine and Russia has become increasingly violent with Ukrainian forces killing five pro-Russian militants on April 24 around the southeastern Ukrainian city of Slavyansk, according to CNN. The murders were in response

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