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PRIDE Club Hosts Drag Show

PRIDE Club Hosts Drag Show

Editor in Chief May 1, 2018 Comments Off

The Preus-Brandt Forum was filled with students Friday night as the PRIDE Club, with the help of the Associated Students of California Lutheran University Government, hosted its annual drag show. Feel-good pop music from

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Regals Grab Win On Senior Day

Regals Grab Win On Senior Day

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The California Lutheran University Regals ended their season on a bittersweet note. The Regals took on the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas  Saturday, April 28 in a double header series. The two games marked the end of

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Dodgers And Angels 2018 Season Preview

Dodgers And Angels 2018 Season Preview

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Baseball is back and with one month of the season completed. The Major League season is officially in full force. Players are becoming acclimated with their respective teams, managers are finalizing their daily lineups

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Kingsmen Volleyball Completes Season

Kingsmen Volleyball Completes Season

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The California Lutheran University men’s volleyball team, now currently ranked number thirteen in the nation for Division III, ended its season in successful fashion, giving the program its first ranking in program history. The

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Cal Lu, La Reina Put on “Hansel and Gretel” Production

Cal Lu, La Reina Put on “Hansel and Gretel” Production

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The cast performances of the opera rendition of “Hansel and Gretel” had California Lutheran University students and community members in for a treat. The Cal Lutheran Creative Arts Division production featured a children’s chorus,

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CLU Adds Women’s Lacrosse

CLU Adds Women’s Lacrosse

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A newly announced addition to the California Lutheran Universitys athletic family will be arriving to campus in 2020 in the form of a women’s lacrosse program.  After a lengthy process of trying to get

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Celebrating earth with succulents and eco straws

Celebrating earth with succulents and eco straws

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Individuals joined hands nationwide to celebrate Earth Day, “a day of political action and civic participation,” on April 22 according to the Earth Day Network. The Network wrote that more than one billion people

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Senior art projects displayed in gallery for sale

Senior art projects displayed in gallery for sale

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California Lutheran University senior art majors unveiled their capstone projects in the William Rolland Art Gallery Saturday, April 21 at the annual opening reception of SocialMEDIA. Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Rachel Schmid hosted

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Benefits of Single Sex Highschools

Benefits of Single Sex Highschools

Opinion Editor May 1, 2018 Comments Off

High school can be the best or worst four years of a teenager’s life. If students are seperated in a classroom by gender, teachers can focus their lessons on how each gender learns, because

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CLU grad takes nontraditional route and becomes a snowboard instructor

CLU grad takes nontraditional route and becomes a snowboard instructor

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California Lutheran University alumna Katelyn Kimball graduated last May with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and an emphasis in health professions. She is now living in Mammoth, a place she said she has loved

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