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Cal Lutheran ranked on regional college report

Cal Lutheran ranked on regional college report

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In the new college ranking released by the U.S. News & World Report, California Lutheran University is ranked as the 15th best regional college in the west. The same ranking also declared Cal Lutheran

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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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Scotland against independence from Britain In a tight race that came down to the very end, Scotland decided against becoming independent from Britain.  The voting race ended in a near deadlock, with a 54.2

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‘Boyhood:’ A portrayal of a life’s journey

‘Boyhood:’ A portrayal of a life’s journey

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Evan’s Angle: Movie Review by Evan Engel   The logline is simple: A boy grows up. The movie itself though, is a timeless masterpiece. Richard Linklater’s twelve-year-project, ‘Boyhood,’ expresses the realities of life, along

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Signatures for awareness

Signatures for awareness

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The updated rules and regulations to the meal plan have resulted in a petition going around campus to change it. Sophomore Nicole Zorin has started a petition to bring the meal plan back to

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The iPhone 6: is bigger really better?

The iPhone 6: is bigger really better?

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The Apple iPhone 6 was released on Friday, Sept. 19 and has been the talk of the technology realm for more than a few weeks. However, it has a lot of people wondering what

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For your entertainment

For your entertainment

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Get ready to throw up your feet, enjoy a warm pumpkin spice latte, and watch your favorite television premiers this fall with your friends who are just as devoted as you. From family laughter

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Expanding horizons to China

Expanding horizons to China

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Your bags are packed, tickets have been purchased and your passport is ready to garner a new stamp from a foreign country. All that stands in your way is a 13-hour flight to China.

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Lessons learned from an 8-year-old

Lessons learned from an 8-year-old

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The Kingsmen soccer team have a new player on-board, however you will not see him on the field. He is 8-year-old Dylan Roslauski. Dylan was diagnosed with acute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma in August 2012 and

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CLU to thrill the world with flash mob

CLU to thrill the world with flash mob

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Pop culture references and terms are as unavoidable as getting Michael Jackson’s song “Thriller” stuck in your head. The YouTube universe has once again taken over the social sphere to showcase the flash mob

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So, where are you from?

So, where are you from?

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Are you buried under with reading every night? Imagine having to do your reading in a foreign language. If one were to take a look around our campus on any given day, they would

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