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Regals make their mark on Cal Lutheran history

Regals make their mark on Cal Lutheran history

Web Editor November 23, 2015 Comments Off

A kill attempt from Wittenburg’s Kara Seidenstricker goes straight into the net. The Regals are up two sets to zero in the National Championship game, a place they are all too familiar with. Just

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Horror hits close to home

Horror hits close to home

Web Editor November 18, 2015 Comments Off

Built to signify the victory of France in the French Revolution, the Eiffel Tower has stood as the symbol of Paris since 1889. The light of the tower has lit up the night sky

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The top feels so much better than the bottom

The top feels so much better than the bottom

Web Editor November 18, 2015 Comments Off

The California Lutheran University Regals volleyball team hosted the NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Regionals on Nov. 13-15. The tournament welcomed eight teams to the Gilbert Arena, but it was the Regals who came

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A&E Briefs: Film, TV, Broadway and more

A&E Briefs: Film, TV, Broadway and more

Web Editor November 18, 2015 Comments Off

Anne Frank’s diary adds co-author When Anne Frank’s diary was first published by her father, Otto Frank, he assured readers in a prologue that the words of the book were mostly those of his

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CLU helps Syrian refugees

CLU helps Syrian refugees

Web Editor November 18, 2015 Comments Off

On Nov. 12 California Lutheran University hosted an event to help Syrian refugees at Kingsmen Park. The United Food Truck event had numerous students help at their booths. The event was hosted by the

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T.O. Farmers’ Market every Thursday

T.O. Farmers’ Market every Thursday

Web Editor November 18, 2015 Comments Off

From colorful arrays of freshly-picked fruits and vegetables, to kettle corn and homemade breads, the Thousand Oaks Farmers’ Market has a diverse range of products to offer. The market takes place every Thursday from

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You can find me at Trader Joe’s

You can find me at Trader Joe’s

Web Editor November 18, 2015 Comments Off

“Isn’t this like the third time you’ve been in today?” asked a Trader Joe’s employee as I browsed over their salads for lunch in between classes. I’m not sure if it’s the delicious and

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Mike Butler: Experience through injury

Mike Butler: Experience through injury

Web Editor November 18, 2015 Comments Off

After four years of waiting his turn, senior quarterback Michael Butler was finally set to step into the starting quarterback role for the Kingsmen this season. Unfortunately, during the first game against Pacific Lutheran

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Baseball vs. Football: The battle for America’s pastime

Baseball vs. Football: The battle for America’s pastime

Web Editor November 18, 2015 Comments Off

In April, Bloomberg Politics Poll surveyed 1,008 Americans over the age of 18 and posed the question, “A national pastime is a sport considered to be a central part of the culture of a

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Ahmanson Veteran Resource office now open

Ahmanson Veteran Resource office now open

Web Editor November 18, 2015 Comments Off

Veterans Day is a day Ameri-cans set a side once a year to acknowledge our past and present war heroes.  On Nov. 11 California Lutheran University honored veterans with the opening of the Ahmanson

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