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Salottolo’s Competitive Spirit Drives the Regals Game

Salottolo’s Competitive Spirit Drives the Regals Game

Sports Editor January 31, 2017 Comments Off

“She’s a dynamic person. She has a great personality. She’s extremely competitive. I think she’s one of the most competitive players we have in our program right now. Really wants to win and is

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He’s Your President: Now What?

He’s Your President: Now What?

Features Editor January 31, 2017 Comments Off

Stop rejecting the reality that is President Trump. Start to navigate his America by striving toward change.  Hey, #notmypresident movement, you’re fired! I will always support the right to free speech and exercising first

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Holocaust Survivor’s 90th Birthday At CLU

Holocaust Survivor’s 90th Birthday At CLU

Editor in Chief January 31, 2017 Comments Off

Holocaust survivor Clara Knopfler was liberated from Auschwitz concentration camp exactly 72 years ago, the day of her 18th birthday. On Jan. 24, people joined together at California Lutheran University’s Lundring Events Center to

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CLU Students Experience Trump’s Inauguration

CLU Students Experience Trump’s Inauguration

Editor in Chief January 31, 2017 Comments Off

California Lutheran University students Makaila Warga and Matthew Standsberry had the opportunity to attend presidential inauguration events Jan. 20 while studying abroad in Washington, D.C. “Despite political views, being at a historic event was

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Alternative Winter Break: Give Kids The World

Alternative Winter Break: Give Kids The World

Editor in Chief January 31, 2017 Comments Off

This past winter break, 10 California Lutheran University students went on a week-long trip to Orlando, Florida as an alternative winter break. Instead of taking a vacation or visiting beaches and theme parks, they

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Kingsmen Falter Twice on Season Opener

Kingsmen Falter Twice on Season Opener

Sports Editor January 31, 2017 Comments Off

With strong winds blowing all day Jan. 28, California Lutheran University’s men’s tennis team began its season at home playing Cerritos Community College and Cyprus Community College. At the Poulson Tennis Center, the Kingsmen

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Women’s March: Ties to Home

Women’s March: Ties to Home

News Editor January 31, 2017 Comments Off

On Jan. 21, one day after the Inauguration of the 45th president, Donald J. Trump, cities around the world hosted marches to peacefully protest in support of women’s rights, as well as LGBT rights

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Women’s March: A New Era Of Activism

Women’s March: A New Era Of Activism

Features Editor January 31, 2017 Comments Off

The Women’s March not only gave strength to minorities, it sent a message of hope to an anxious world.  For the past week, one historic event has been dominating my social media feeds, news

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Cal Lutheran Under a Spell

Cal Lutheran Under a Spell

News Editor January 31, 2017 Comments Off

On Jan. 27 in Soiland Arena, hypnotist David Hall hosted an interactive show in which a number of California Lutheran University students participated. This was Hall’s second time at Cal Lutheran, as he performed

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Health Is Important

Health Is Important

Features Editor January 31, 2017 Comments Off

New Year’s resolutions result in busy gyms, long lines at Whole Foods and many promises to be healthy for the year. These resolutions are forgotten by mid-January. Instead of making a resolution to lose

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