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Rare Hatsune Miku Concert Features Cutting Edge Multimedia Technology

Rare Hatsune Miku Concert Features Cutting Edge Multimedia Technology

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“You’ve Got Mail” appears on the side screens of the Nokia Theater performance hall. With one click on the digital mailing envelop emerges from the darkness of the immense stage the shape of very

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Internet sensation: Alex from Target

Internet sensation: Alex from Target

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He scanned his way into the hearts of the Twitterverse, but how did he do it? An Internet meme featuring a young Target employee recently broke the Internet. “Alex from Target” gained world wide

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ISIS discussion educates students on campus

ISIS discussion educates students on campus

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On Nov. 11, professors from various fields of study at California Lutheran University joined forces in Richter Hall to educate listeners about the terrorist organization ISIS and put current events in Syria and Iraq

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The two standards

The two standards

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New Mexico poet visited California Lutheran University On Nov. 12, Dr. Heather Winterer visited California Lutheran University to read and discuss her book of poetry “The Two Standards” at the William Rolland Gallery of

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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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President Obama confirms death of American aid worker in Syria President Barack Obama confirmed the death of American aid worker Peter Kassig at the hands of ISIS, according to the New York Times. The

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It’s time to get fancy

It’s time to get fancy

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The theatre arts department at California Lutheran University opened their fall production of “Sir Patient Fancy” at the Preus-Brandt Forum on Nov. 14. The play, written by the first woman playwright of the English

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‘Dumb and Dumber To’ comes up short

‘Dumb and Dumber To’ comes up short

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Evan’s Angle: Movie Review by Evan Engel     I remember the first time I watched “Dumb and Dumber.” At one point I couldn’t stop laughing for about 15 minutes straight, and ever since

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Regals drop season opener against Saint John Fisher

Regals drop season opener against Saint John Fisher

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On Sunday November 16, 2014 the California Lutheran University women’s basketball team traveled to Santa Cruz, CA to play Saint John Fisher College to open their 2014-2015 season. The game was evenly matched where

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Career Services help students figure out their future at CLU

Career Services help students figure out their future at CLU

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Not only is Career Services there to help students find a job, they are also able to help get students internships, into graduate schools, ready for pre-med or pre-law and to assist alumni. “The

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Fitness before feast

Fitness before feast

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The 10th annual 5k Turkey Dash is set to take place on Nov. 27 on CLU’s campus Before the annual Thanksgiving feast puts your mind, stomach and body into the ultimate food coma of

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