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Bring-Your-Own-Blanket: Picnic Day Takes Over Kingsmen Park

Bring-Your-Own-Blanket: Picnic Day Takes Over Kingsmen Park

News Editor September 30, 2018 Comments Off

Six different food trucks ranging from Sushi-Rito’s to churros and burgers, photo-booths, music and lawn games. Once known as Food Truck Frenzy, Picnic Day was a bring-your-own-blanket event in Kingsmen Park that drew in

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Getting the Last Laugh on Cancer

Getting the Last Laugh on Cancer

Features Editor September 25, 2018 Comments Off

Shayley Shimkus is not one in a million. She is one in 400, and it really hurts. But after beating cancer for the third time, she is determined to have the last laugh. Shimkus,

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The Million-Dollar Woman

The Million-Dollar Woman

News Editor September 25, 2018 Comments Off

Portraits of degrees from Purdue and Benedictine University hang on the office wall in wooden and metallic frames; they are the manifestation of passion and hard work in higher education. But it’s what walks

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An Organic Transition: The SEEd Garden’s First Female Director

An Organic Transition: The SEEd Garden’s First Female Director

News Editor September 25, 2018 Comments Off

For Kristin Ritzau, becoming a part of the SEEd garden happened organically. She has her own urban farm complete with 24 fruit trees, 12 chickens and more zucchinis and pumpkins than she knows what

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Irwin: The only choice for District 44 assembly

Irwin: The only choice for District 44 assembly

Opinion Editor September 25, 2018 Comments Off

Residents of California Assembly District 44, which includes the city of Thousand Oaks, should re-elect Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin as the representative in California’s State Assembly. Irwin, a Democrat first elected to the Assembly in

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Show Us The Money

Show Us The Money

News Editor September 25, 2018 Comments Off

Every student at California Lutheran University is paying into 109 clubs and organizations on campus, whether they know it or not. It’s part of a non-refundable fee the university charges and over half of

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Regals Basketball Season Preview

Regals Basketball Season Preview

Sports Editor September 25, 2018 Comments Off

The California Lutheran University women’s basketball team is welcoming their incoming class of seven first-years and two transfers for the upcoming 2018-19 season. “With this group, you’ll see that they’re very hardworking, very dedicated

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“The Unafraid:” Documentary About DACA Screened At Cal Lutheran

“The Unafraid:” Documentary About DACA Screened At Cal Lutheran

News Editor September 25, 2018 Comments Off

The Sarah W. Heath Center for Equality & Justice hosted a screening of “The Unafraid,” a documentary that tackles the obstacles DACA students and their families face. The screening was hosted in the Lundring

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Kinder Buddies: Inspiring the next generation

Kinder Buddies: Inspiring the next generation

Sports Editor September 25, 2018 Comments Off

“No excuses! After high school comes college. College begins in kindergarten! Class of 2035!” is the Kinder Buddies daily chant. The Kinder Buddies is a program for kindergartners from Ceres Elementary School in Whittier

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It takes two: Miller sisters take on second season

It takes two: Miller sisters take on second season

Sports Editor September 25, 2018 Comments Off

Jordan Miller and Remi Miller are sisters and teammates headed into their second consecutive year of playing collegiate soccer with each other. “I enjoy it a lot…I know how she plays and we work

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