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Tazón de Estrellas

Tazón de Estrellas

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Several California Lutheran University football players will travel to Baja Mexico this December to participate in the seventh annual Tazón de Estrellas (Bowl of the Stars). The bowl game will be played at the

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I judge, you judge, we all judge each other

I judge, you judge, we all judge each other

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I judge people. You judge people. We all judge people. It’s an ignorable fact of life, yet lately, society has been walking around claiming that we don’t. We belong to a generation where everyone

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Theatre students should be taken seriously

Theatre students should be taken seriously

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Too often, a bachelor’s degree in theatre is stereotyped as an easy, unnecessary degree. In his article in “The Atlantic,” Noah Berlatsky argues, “It’s hard to escape the conclusion that arts programs are not

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Regals win first National Title in school history

Regals win first National Title in school history

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

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A day in the life of an RA

A day in the life of an RA

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It’s 2 a.m. and you’re sound asleep in your cozy dorm room bed when you hear a knock at the door. Who could it be? What’s wrong? What could anyone possibly need at this

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Don’t want him to dance? Don’t let him score

Don’t want him to dance? Don’t let him score

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The Carolina Panthers’ quarterback, Cam Newton has led his team to a perfect season thus far at 12-0.  Newton has gained recognition for his end zone celebrations, particularly his Week 10 performance in Tennessee. 

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The land of suites

The land of suites

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It was the night before Christmas and all through the house, creatures were stirring, especially a villainous mouse. But have no fear, the nutcracker prince is here to save the girl from the Mouse

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Bouncing back from injury

Bouncing back from injury

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Katie Kochalko, senior swimmer at California Lutheran University, inspired her teammates through her perseverance after her injury. A torn ACL can be an extremely scary diagnosis for any athlete. It can be a career

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Remembering former director of counseling and guidance

Remembering former director of counseling and guidance

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Joan Helen Blacher, Graduate School of Education Professor Emerita, passed away on Nov. 5. A memorial service was held for her on Nov. 14, at the Ted Mayr Funeral Home in Ventura.  “Joan was

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Guest Writer Series featuring Justin Hocking

Guest Writer Series featuring Justin Hocking

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In 2005, Hurricane Ophelia destroyed outer banks and ships off the Carolina Coast as he obsessively watches her swells at Far Rockaway via satellite. Justin Hocking used to be afraid of the ocean but

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