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Kingsmen Clinch SCIAC Championship Title for the Fifth Consecutive Season

Kingsmen Clinch SCIAC Championship Title for the Fifth Consecutive Season

Sports Editor May 2, 2017 Comments Off

The California Lutheran University baseball team hoisted the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship trophy for the fifth consecutive season after winning their last regular season series against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on senior day. “We did

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Regals Split Last Series of 2017 Season

Regals Split Last Series of 2017 Season

Sports Editor May 2, 2017 Comments Off

Seniors Courtney Sooy, Amanda Lewis, Nicole White-Madolora and Emily Manwell said farewell to the regular season as they faced off against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer on the weekend of April 28 and 29. They began

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Science Needs Safety From Trump

Science Needs Safety From Trump

Features Editor May 2, 2017 Comments Off

Millions of people have been marching in solidarity resisting different executive decisions that President Donald J. Trump has put into place for the country. It all began with the Women’s March and the following

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Internships Are Always Valuable

Internships Are Always Valuable

Features Editor May 2, 2017 Comments Off

If you’ve ever sought out career advice from a professional on or off campus, chances are you heard the all too familiar phrase, “You need an internship,” fired back at you. Shouldn’t a degree

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Classes In Summer

Classes In Summer

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If it wasn’t for summer school, there is no way I would be able to graduate on time without dropping any of my studies. For me, summer classes are an excellent way to keep

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NFL Draft Brings Excitement to Fans

NFL Draft Brings Excitement to Fans

Sports Editor May 2, 2017 Comments Off

Spring is in the air, which means football season is right around the corner. So is the dream of 253 college football players looking to be selected in this year’s NFL Draft. The Draft

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A Peek Into Cal Lutheran’s Herpetology Room

A Peek Into Cal Lutheran’s Herpetology Room

Editor in Chief May 2, 2017 Comments Off

Herpetology students at California Lutheran University study reptiles in a special lab dedicated to snakes and lizards, located in the Ahmanson Science Center. Kris Karsten, an assistant professor of biology at Cal Lutheran, is

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Two More Car Break-Ins Near Campus

Two More Car Break-Ins Near Campus

News Editor May 2, 2017 Comments Off

On April 9, two vehicles were broken into at the assisted living facility University Village on 3600 Campus Drive around 6:20 a.m. Police are looking into connections between this break-in and the car break-ins

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First-time Performer Wows CalLuPalooza

First-time Performer Wows CalLuPalooza

Editor in Chief May 2, 2017 Comments Off

“When you get up on stage, it’s do or die,” senior Tony Phillips said. “You gotta just do it and trust yourself.” Phillips was one of the artists who performed at CalLuPalooza Saturday, April

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Independent Music Has Power

Independent Music Has Power

Features Editor May 2, 2017 Comments Off

Bruno Mars. Taylor Swift. Justin Bieber. Most college students know who these artists are. However, there are many other musicians that people do not know about. These musicians are independent artists and we should

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