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Oil, Gas Company Says Fracking Is Misunderstood

Oil, Gas Company Says Fracking Is Misunderstood

Editor in Chief November 25, 2017 Comments Off

Aera Energy, one of California’s largest oil and gas producers, visited California Lutheran University on Nov. 13 to educate geology students on the dynamics of hydraulic fracturing. Michele Newell, public affairs specialist for Aera

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CLU Celebrates International Education Week With Annual World Fair

CLU Celebrates International Education Week With Annual World Fair

Editor in Chief November 25, 2017 Comments Off

Every third week of November, California Lutheran University celebrates International Education Week in various ways, including its annual World Fair, which occurred on Wednesday, Nov. 16. International Education Week is sponsored by the U.S. Department

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Letters To The Editor: Concerns On Gallegly Center

Letters To The Editor: Concerns On Gallegly Center

Editor in Chief November 16, 2017 Comments Off

“At their October meeting, the Cal Lutheran Board of Regents voted to approve the construction of the Elton and Janice Gallegly Center for Civic Engagement in the middle of the Pearson Library, the most

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Regals Gear Up For Upcoming Season

Regals Gear Up For Upcoming Season

Sports Editor November 14, 2017 Comments Off

On Nov. 17, the California Lutheran University’s Regals basketball team will be returning to the courts at University of California, Santa Cruz for their first game of the 2017-18 season. “I’m excited to have

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Kingsmen Fall On Water Polo Senior Day

Kingsmen Fall On Water Polo Senior Day

Sports Editor November 14, 2017 Comments Off

The California Lutheran University Kingsmen water polo team hosted the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags at the Samuelson Aquatics Center for Senior Day Saturday morning.  Unfortunately for the Kingsmen, the game resulted in a loss to the

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Physician, Activist Talks Health Care

Physician, Activist Talks Health Care

Editor in Chief November 14, 2017 Comments Off

California Lutheran University’s Center for Equality and Justice hosts events highlighting different issues in the world today. A recent discussion of healthcare marks the fifth and final teach-in the CEJ has held this calendar year.

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New Teaching English as a Second Language Minor

New Teaching English as a Second Language Minor

Editor in Chief November 14, 2017 Comments Off

California Lutheran University’s English department has a new minor, Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), along with a new course that will be available for students to take this spring. “TESOL

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Bulldogs Spoil Finale For Kingsmen

Bulldogs Spoil Finale For Kingsmen

Sports Editor November 14, 2017 Comments Off

California Lutheran University students, fans and family members joined together to honor 18 Kingsmen football seniors during their last home game of the season. Although the Kingsmen were able to celebrate pregame by honoring

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West Nile Virus hits Ventura County, Not a Threat

West Nile Virus hits Ventura County, Not a Threat

Editor in Chief November 14, 2017 Comments Off

Two human cases of West Nile Virus have been found in Ventura County. In 2017, three cases of the virus have also been found in birds, said Supervising Environmental Health Specialist for the Vector

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College is too Soon for a Committed Relationship

College is too Soon for a Committed Relationship

Opinion Editor November 14, 2017 Comments Off

A relationship in college is something that people want but don’t always need. Some people get into a relationship in high school feeling as if they’ve met their soulmate and carry it onto college.

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