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Kingsmen split double-header

Kingsmen split double-header

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On Sept. 23, the Kingsmen water polo team battled hard in a double-header and were able to earn a split, defeating LA Valley College 8-7 and losing a close match to Cerritos Community College

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No. 7 Regals sweep No. 9 Athenas

No. 7 Regals sweep No. 9 Athenas

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On Sept. 26 the No. 7-ranked Regals volleyball team picked up its fourth win in a row against No. 9 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. The match up only went to three games with California Lutheran University sweeping

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Shame placed on students who don’t get involved

Shame placed on students who don’t get involved

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I was amazed when I first came to California Lutheran University and learned that almost everyone lives on campus, and to what extent the majority of students are involved in school activities, clubs and

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Student food pantry on campus

Student food pantry on campus

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Operation Pantry Plenty is a confidential food pantry available to all California Lutheran University students. It offers canned goods, nonperishable foods, convenient portable meals, gift cards to grocery stores and meal tickets to the

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The fourth down quarterback

The fourth down quarterback

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When a punter steps onto  the football field, it’s not typically good news.  Punters are a symbol of the offense’s failure to convert on downs and put points on the scoreboard.  Punters are ultimately

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When the student is ready, Collins appears

When the student is ready, Collins appears

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Professor Brian Collins, who has a doctorate in philosophy and winner of the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award and MAP-Works Champion for First-Year Student Success (Making Achievement Possible) from the University of Iowa, has joined

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All faiths are welcome at the table

All faiths are welcome at the table

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Students and faculty gathered on Sept. 25 for the Interfaith Dinner located in the Lundring Event Center. People of all religions were encouraged to participate in this event, but the specific holidays celebrated were

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New satellite garden plots bring life to SEEd

New satellite garden plots bring life to SEEd

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The SEEd project which stands for Sustainable Edible Education at California Lutheran University has a new addition to its garden plots.  The SEEd project provides opportunities for students to get involved in the sustainability

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Kim Davis: Her beliefs break the law

Kim Davis: Her beliefs break the law

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Kim Davis has recently received a lot of attention since her release from jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. But many people  are probably wondering who exactly Kim Davis is

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Symphony thrives in community

Symphony thrives in community

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Professional concerts are usually associated with locations in large cities like Los Angeles or New York. However, Thousand Oaks residents have the opportunity to experience the same high-quality entertainment in their own backyard, presented

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