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Why anonymity is harming CLU students

Why anonymity is harming CLU students

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California Lutheran University’s inclusive tradition of welcoming everyone to the table of knowledge with equal dignity and respect is being spat upon. The culprit is anonymity. President Barack Obama once said, “You don’t have

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Letter to the editor

Letter to the editor

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Dear Friends of California Lutheran University and All People of Earth: I am a freshman student at California Lutheran University. I am transgender, but more importantly I am male, I am Toby, and I

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CORE should be no more

CORE should be no more

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I am a transfer student at California Lutheran University and when I was making my schedule my first semester here I noticed a long list of core classes that I had to take in

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I survived college and was not in a sorority

I survived college and was not in a sorority

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Here I am at the end of my college education experience. Four years of undergraduate have treated me well. I would not trade my experiences during these years at California Lutheran University for anything.

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Reduce, reuse and recycle

Reduce, reuse and recycle

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Think about the last time you had an empty bottle, can or simply a crinkled up piece of paper. What did you do with it? Did you throw it into the nearest trash bin

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Breakdown of SAGEcoach

Breakdown of SAGEcoach

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Sage the Gemini performed in the Gilbert Sports arena on April 29. The alternative rock band from Cal Lutheran Lancer Roscoe and hip-hop/rapper Nolan Forghani opened for Sage from 8 – 9 p.m. Sage

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Saying goodbye to Nancy Rodriguez

Saying goodbye to Nancy Rodriguez

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California Lutheran University adjunct professor Nancy Rodriguez has had a lot to juggle over the past few years. Rodriguez has been an adjunct professor for iCLU Radio at Cal Lutheran for three years where

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Morgan Flynn: From the big screen to behind the scenes

Morgan Flynn: From the big screen to behind the scenes

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Graduating senior Morgan Flynn began her career in film and television early on at the age of four, building an impressive resume over the years. She booked television shows such as “Judging Amy,” “Crossing

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Senior Art Exhibit showcases student passion

Senior Art Exhibit showcases student passion

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Laughter and tears painted an emotional atmosphere at the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art as graduating art majors showcased their skills at the Senior Art Exhibit. The display was headlined by the works

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

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

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KCLU receives $1,000,000 donation According to the KCLU website, a Westlake Village couple gave the non-profit station a $1,000,000 gift “to support and enhance its news coverage by establishing a news endowment.” The KCLU

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