Monthly Archives: November 2018 »

It’s Time for NBA to End ‘One-and-Done’

It’s Time for NBA to End ‘One-and-Done’

Opinion Editor November 25, 2018 Comments Off

In 2006, the National Basketball Association implemented a mandatory minimum age of 19 as a way to keep young players from entering the league without being prepared. But this rule has created more problems

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‘How Much More can we Take': Campus De-Briefs on Lockdown, Shooting, Fires

‘How Much More can we Take': Campus De-Briefs on Lockdown, Shooting, Fires

Editor in Chief November 13, 2018 Comments Off

Members of California Lutheran University leadership hosted a gathering in Samuelson Chapel the morning of Nov. 13 to address students, faculty and staff about the events of the past week, including the campus wide

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Walking Together with Grief

Walking Together with Grief

Features Editor November 13, 2018 Comments Off

As the smoke clears from the sky, we go outside again—slowly. Not taking off into a sprint but easing back into things, aware that there has been damage to the air. Grief works the

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Regals Drop First NCAA Game To Titans

Regals Drop First NCAA Game To Titans

Sports Editor November 13, 2018 Comments Off

On Friday, Nov. 9, the California Lutheran Universitywomen’s volleyball  team fell to the Illinois Wesleyan University Titans in the first round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament. After winning the at large bid

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LA Rams Player Andrew Whitworth to Donate $60K to Borderline Victims

LA Rams Player Andrew Whitworth to Donate $60K to Borderline Victims

Sports Editor November 13, 2018 Comments Off

Los Angeles Rams offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth is donating nearly $60,000 to the 12 victims of the Nov. 7 Borderline Bar and Grill mass shooting, Rams Senior Director of Communication Artis Twyman said. Whitworth

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Editorial: Our Staff Isn’t Going Anywhere

Editorial: Our Staff Isn’t Going Anywhere

Opinion Editor November 13, 2018 Comments Off

Since our news staff got word of the shooting at Borderline late on a night forever to be etched into all our memories, we ran out to cover what happened and talked to students

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‘He Stood Up Like A Hero:’ Remembering Justin Meek, 23

‘He Stood Up Like A Hero:’ Remembering Justin Meek, 23

Sports Editor November 13, 2018 Comments Off

“He was one of those people you meet and just go ‘Wow, this guy is just…he’s a light,’ you know?” California Lutheran University alumnus Scott Brodie said. Everyone knew Justin Meek from his infectious

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Dear President Trump: Tragedy is Not a Political Opportunity

Dear President Trump: Tragedy is Not a Political Opportunity

Opinion Editor November 13, 2018 Comments Off

The politicization of tragedies and crises, such as the current wildfires, is a devastating practice that undermines the pain of those affected. Policy discussions concerning these type of events should be delayed until long

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Post-tragedy: What’s next

Post-tragedy: What’s next

News Editor November 12, 2018 Comments Off

Classes at California Lutheran University resumed Monday following the Nov. 7 shooting at Borderline Bar and Grill and as wildfires continued to burn Ventura and Los Angeles counties. “We all know that we’ve gotta

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From Gunfire To Wildfire

From Gunfire To Wildfire

News Editor November 12, 2018 Comments Off

The destructive Hill and Woolsey fires have impacted residents of Thousand Oaks and Ventura County. The Hill Fire ignited Thursday, Nov. 8 at 2:04 p.m. and the Woolsey Fire ignited at 2:25 p.m. in

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