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Getting to Know Cal Lutheran Students

Getting to Know Cal Lutheran Students

Features Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

After serving their country in the U.S. military, a small but significant handful of students are now pursuing their education at California Lutheran University. These veterans-turned-college-students are finding their way in the civilian world

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Comparing Health Services to Off-Campus Options

Comparing Health Services to Off-Campus Options

Features Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

Immunizations, pregnancy tests, blood work or just medicine for a nasty cold going around are all services that California Lutheran University students can receive at a low cost on campus at Health Services. But

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Francisco Brings the Spook to Mt. Clef

Francisco Brings the Spook to Mt. Clef

Features Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

As Halloween approaches, whispers of Francisco the ghost of Mt. Clef hall resurface. Students of the first-year dormitory have had several spooky encounters throughout the years at one of California Lutheran University’s oldest residence

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Drumming for His Life on the Road

Drumming for His Life on the Road

Features Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

On the way to Malibu off the side of Kanan Road sits a man and his drums. He doesn’t play for fame or recognition,—that’s not important to him. He has overcome too many demons

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Campus Unites in Wake of Pittsburgh, Louisville Shootings

Campus Unites in Wake of Pittsburgh, Louisville Shootings

News Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

“Until the culture’s willing to change…it’s going to have to be all of us to kind of stand up and say enough,”  California Lutheran University President Chris Kimball said. The community of Cal Lutheran

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University Ministry Receives $1 Million

University Ministry Receives $1 Million

News Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks and Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley received a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. for nearly $1 million to aid in pastoral support. The five-year grant is called

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Closures, Outages During Construction

Closures, Outages During Construction

News Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

After closing the Spine for more than four weeks, shutting off a main water line to seven buildings and blocking off the southern end of Pioneer Street, the construction of the new science building

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I’d Tax That: Cities Profit off Weed

I’d Tax That: Cities Profit off Weed

Opinion Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

A few ballot measures in Ventura County to be voted on next week will determine whether cities including Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley will take advantage of marijuana’s legalization by taxing producers and sellers.

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How To ‘Eat Less Water,’ Cook Sustainably

How To ‘Eat Less Water,’ Cook Sustainably

News Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

“Collectively, there is power that we can change the story of water on this planet,” water activist and author Florencia Ramirez said. Students cooked and tasted foods such as artichoke ceviche and tuna quesadillas

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Cross-country team takes on tough course at SCIAC Championships

Cross-country team takes on tough course at SCIAC Championships

Sports Editor October 30, 2018 Comments Off

California Lutheran University’s cross-country team competed in the SCIAC Championships at Prado Park in Chino, California on Saturday, Oct. 27. Despite being banged up before and during the race, several Kingsmen and Regals were

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