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Cal Lu Students Plan April 20 Campus Walkout Remembering Columbine

Cal Lu Students Plan April 20 Campus Walkout Remembering Columbine

Editor in Chief March 24, 2018 Comments Off

Students and supporters across the country have organized national protests on at least three different dates after 17 people were shot and killed Feb. 14 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

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The Different Art That Covers City Walls

The Different Art That Covers City Walls

Opinion Editor March 20, 2018 Comments Off

Like any form of art, graffiti is an expression of someone’s creative talents and should be appreciated in its many forms. The graffiti art I am referring to is not the tagging scribbles over

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Tattoos: Printed Stories on the Body

Tattoos: Printed Stories on the Body

Opinion Editor March 20, 2018 Comments Off

Even though the mantra “don’t judge a book by its cover” is imprinted in our minds, it is common to unintentionally stereotype and discriminate against people based on what you see. Often, tattoos have

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Rams, Chargers Prepare For NFL Draft

Rams, Chargers Prepare For NFL Draft

Sports Editor March 20, 2018 Comments Off

Draft day in the National Football League is when dozens of players become instant millionaires and franchises get their new stars. Of the thousands of collegiate players that are eligible to be drafted, only

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Regals Bounce Back With Doubleheader Sweep

Regals Bounce Back With Doubleheader Sweep

Sports Editor March 20, 2018 Comments Off

After suffering a non-conference loss to Macalester College on Friday, March 16, the California Lutheran University women’s water polo team jumped back in the pool on Saturday and picked up a pair of wins

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No. 13 Tigers Roar Past Kingsmen

No. 13 Tigers Roar Past Kingsmen

Sports Editor March 20, 2018 Comments Off

In a tough, non-conference matchup against Trinity University from Texas, the California Lutheran University men’s tennis team fell to the Tigers in a 9-0 loss. The Tigers, who came into the match ranked number

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Regals fall, Seeman Grabs Singles Win

Regals fall, Seeman Grabs Singles Win

Sports Editor March 20, 2018 Comments Off

The California Lutheran University women’s tennis team competed to the last set in their matchups, but came up short against Southwestern University 8-1. The Regals fell 0-3 in the doubles matches, and went 1-5

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Junior Shows Leadership In All Aspects

Junior Shows Leadership In All Aspects

Sports Editor March 20, 2018 Comments Off

Water polo is not the popular sport of choice for most kids living in Seattle, Washington. However, junior Nikki Roed found comfort in the sport that drove her athletic career from the age of

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Former US treasury secretary talks immigration

Former US treasury secretary talks immigration

Editor in Chief March 20, 2018 Comments Off

Bay Buchanan, former United States treasurer, visited California Lutheran University to give a talk on immigration. The discussion was hosted by the Cal Lutheran’s College Republicans Club and the Claire Boothe Luce Policy Institute.

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Senior Crowned Mr. Kingsmen ’18

Senior Crowned Mr. Kingsmen ’18

Editor in Chief March 20, 2018 Comments Off

The Preus-Brandt Forum was filled with attendees who came to watch the first ever Competing for the Crown mock pageant. On March 16, the Associated Students of California Lutheran University Government hosted what was

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