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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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Washington high school shooting leaves three dead A student entered the cafeteria of a Marysville, Washington high school on Friday Oct. 24 and opened fire, killing one and injuring four before turning the gun

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Second half woes plague Kingsmen

Second half woes plague Kingsmen

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Second half woes plague Kingsmen Two second half 68-yard rushing touchdowns  killed any momentum the Kingsmen had as they fell to Chapman University 45-21. The Kingsmen were outscored 31-14 in the second half. The

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Should NCAA athletes be paid?

Should NCAA athletes be paid?

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NCAA football is currently the third most watched sport in America behind the NFL and MLB, according to rjg.com. NCAA football players and basketball players at the Division I level get the most recognition

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‘St. Vincent’: a roller coaster of emotions

‘St. Vincent’: a roller coaster of emotions

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Evan’s Angle: Movie Review by Evan Engel     In his writing and directorial debut Theodore Melfi brings a comedy to the big screen that will not only make you laugh but also bring

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From Kingsman to Cardinal

From Kingsman to Cardinal

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You don’t have to come from a Division I, top-ranked, well-known university to make it big in life. Former California Lutheran University alumnus, Orlando Avila can attest to this. After graduating from the university

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Use your vote: Turn out on Tuesday

Use your vote: Turn out on Tuesday

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Midterm elections on Tuesday, Nov. 4, are right around the corner, and California Lutheran University’s Internet and Politics class, taught by Dr. Jose Marichal, aims to spark an interest in voting and increase voter

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Battle for Supporters’ Shield ends in Seattle

Battle for Supporters’ Shield ends in Seattle

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The Seattle Sounders defeated the Los Angeles Galaxy 2-0 to win the Supporters’ Shield, the award given to the top MLS team at the end of the regular season. There has been a lot

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How to survive midterms

How to survive midterms

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Being a college student is not as tranquil as one would assume, especially during midterms. The key to avoiding high stress levels and to achieve success is to remain focused, motivated and to prepare

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Misdiagnosis: a complication in itself

Misdiagnosis: a complication in itself

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According to statistics gathered by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, it is estimated that 13 to 20 percent of children living in America are living with a mental disorder. This means almost

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Taking steps toward animal rights

Taking steps toward animal rights

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There are too many news stories about animals being mistreated and abused, and I am sick and tired of it. Animals are helpless beings that do not deserve the treatment they receive from some

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