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Guest Writer Series: Cal Lutheran Professor Dustin Atkinson

Guest Writer Series: Cal Lutheran Professor Dustin Atkinson

Editor in Chief March 30, 2017 Comments Off

The Guest Writers Series continued Wednesday, March 29 with a reading and conversation with author and California Lutheran University professor Dustin Atkinson. Atkinson, who specializes in fiction, was the winner of the Baucum-Fulkerson Award

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BREAKING: Campus Safety reports multiple vehicle break-ins

BREAKING: Campus Safety reports multiple vehicle break-ins

News Editor March 15, 2017 Comments Off

BREAKING: California Lutheran University Campus Safety has sent out a campus-wide email reporting multiple vehicle break-ins in the Trinity Hall parking lot March 15. According to the email, someone smashed out the windows of

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Regals Fall to Division I Competition Valparaiso

Regals Fall to Division I Competition Valparaiso

Sports Editor March 14, 2017 Comments Off

California Lutheran University’s women’s tennis team took on NCAA Division I opponent Valparaiso University in a nail-biting dual match March 10. The Regals brought home one doubles win and three singles victories in the

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Local Coffeehouses Deserve Support

Local Coffeehouses Deserve Support

Features Editor March 14, 2017 Comments Off

The coffee tastes burnt. Every blend is acidic. We’re all drinking from an international coffee shop seemingly on every street corner claiming to be a specialty. Being on a meal plan and having Starbucks

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Leopards and Vikings Too Much For Regals

Leopards and Vikings Too Much For Regals

Sports Editor March 14, 2017 Comments Off

It was a tough weekend for California Lutheran University’s softball team, as the Regals lost four straight games. On March 10, the Regals traveled to the University of La Verne to face the Southern

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Kingsmen Go 2-3 in Cal Lu Fornia

Kingsmen Go 2-3 in Cal Lu Fornia

Sports Editor March 14, 2017 Comments Off

California Lutheran University’s Kingsmen volleyball team came out on top racking up two more wins and just one loss in the annual Cal Lu Fornia Invitational tournament. On March 10 the Kingsmen spiked off

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‘Get Out’ Reminds America Of Racism

‘Get Out’ Reminds America Of Racism

Features Editor March 14, 2017 Comments Off

Jordan Peele’s movie, “Get Out,” explores blatant and subtle racism, opening the dialogue for current social issues. According to The Guardian, Peele’s directorial debut grossed $30 million in its first weekend alone. The comedic

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Casual Sex: Hookup Culture On Campus

Casual Sex: Hookup Culture On Campus

Editor in Chief March 14, 2017 Comments Off

The first rule of hooking up in today’s sex culture is that there are no feelings allowed, sometimes not even kindness, according to author and sociology professor at Occidental College, Lisa Wade. On March

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Her Campus Celebrates Internation Women’s Day

Her Campus Celebrates Internation Women’s Day

News Editor March 14, 2017 Comments Off

On International Women’s Day, California Lutheran University’s students went to the Spine between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to show their support. Her Campus, the Cal Lutheran chapter of the national organization, joined other

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Transgender Discussion in the Capitol and on Campus

Transgender Discussion in the Capitol and on Campus

Editor in Chief March 14, 2017 Comments Off

“The Trump administration on [Feb. 22] revoked federal guidelines specifying that transgender students have the right to use public school restrooms that match their gender identity,” according to The Washington Post. Transgender discussion in

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