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Kingsmen and Regals Compete at Rossi Relays

Kingsmen and Regals Compete at Rossi Relays

Sports Editor February 28, 2017 Comments Off

The California Lutheran University Kingsmen and Regals track and field teams competed in the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Rossi Relays Feb. 25. The track and field season opened with many new additions to the team, showcasing their

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Kingsmen Take Series on Day Two

Kingsmen Take Series on Day Two

Sports Editor February 28, 2017 Comments Off

George “Sparky” Anderson field was the site of the home stand for the California Lutheran University Kingsmen as they took on the Occidental University Tigers in games two and three of their three game

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The Echo Calls For ASCLUG Transparency

The Echo Calls For ASCLUG Transparency

Features Editor February 28, 2017 Comments Off

In the words of Mark Witherspoon, adviser to the Iowa State Daily, journalism is the world’s greatest public service. In contrast, journalists constantly face an uphill battle of exposing issues that directly affect their

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Regals Tear Past Poets with a Clean Sweep

Regals Tear Past Poets with a Clean Sweep

Sports Editor February 28, 2017 Comments Off

California Lutheran University’s women’s tennis team swept Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opponent Whittier Feb. 25. The Regals won every doubles and singles match effortlessly, finishing 9-0 to win for the first time this

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The Free Press Won’t Be Suppressed

The Free Press Won’t Be Suppressed

Features Editor February 28, 2017 Comments Off

President Donald J. Trump doesn’t scare me as an aspiring journalist, but he makes me angry. He has already claimed that news organizations are his enemy, and the enemy of the American people, too.

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Stop Justifying All Sexual Assault

Stop Justifying All Sexual Assault

Features Editor February 28, 2017 Comments Off

While at a party one Saturday night earlier this semester, a guy I had known came up to me and asked if I could take him home with me. After denying his request, in

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411 Students Vote in ASCLUG Election

411 Students Vote in ASCLUG Election

News Editor February 28, 2017 Comments Off

On Feb. 22, the Associated Students of California Lutheran University Government released the results of the election for president, senate director and programs board director for the 2017-18 school year. A total number of

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Two Unlikely Senior Buddies

Two Unlikely Senior Buddies

Editor in Chief February 28, 2017 Comments Off

California Lutheran University senior Gina Domergue has had a college experience like most other students, but there’s one relationship she’s made that stands out from the rest. Standing at 4 feet 6 inches tall,

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CLU Startup “Rep Watch” competes for $100,000

CLU Startup “Rep Watch” competes for $100,000

Editor in Chief February 28, 2017 Comments Off

California Lutheran University startup Rep Watch has qualified to compete for the chance to win $100,000 at the Arizona State University Innovation Open on April 2, 2017. Rep Watch is a startup dedicated to

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Southern California Receives 18 Inches of Rain in Two Months

Southern California Receives 18 Inches of Rain in Two Months

News Editor February 28, 2017 Comments Off

This year has brought the most rain in California since the start of the five-year drought in 2012 causing floods, leaks and dangerous spills impacting California Lutheran University students and the California community. According

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