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Up From Ashes: Construction After Thomas, Woolsey Fires

Up From Ashes: Construction After Thomas, Woolsey Fires

News Editor February 19, 2019 0

In Dec. 2017, the Thomas Fire made its way through Ventura County, destroying 1,063 structures and damaging nearly 280 others. After scorching 281,893 acres, the Thomas Fire became one of California’s top ten most

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Spread the Word: Mental Illness is OK

Spread the Word: Mental Illness is OK

Opinion Editor February 19, 2019 0

There is a trend right now in pop culture for celebrities to be more open about mental illness and their experiences with depression and anxiety disorders. While it is definitely positive to see representation

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Professor’s Art Explores Social Issues in the Garment Industry

Professor’s Art Explores Social Issues in the Garment Industry

Features Editor February 19, 2019 0

Reminiscing back to the childhood that inspired her to be an artist, Jennifer Vanderpool, an adjunct art professor at California Lutheran University, said she has always had the desire to create. “I never slept

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Totally Wicked: Partying for a Cause

Totally Wicked: Partying for a Cause

Features Editor February 19, 2019 0

Members of Black Student Union gathered in Overton Hall among other California Lutheran University students to dance to ‘90s music and display themed costumes during Sisters’ Circle’s “totally wicked” ‘90s benefit party. Entrance fees

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T.O. Mayor Receives Support, Resistance After Appointment

T.O. Mayor Receives Support, Resistance After Appointment

News Editor February 19, 2019 0

Thousand Oaks started the new year with a new mayor. On Dec. 10, 2018, Thousand Oaks City Council voted unanimously to appoint Rob McCoy as mayor. His term began Jan. 1. McCoy has been

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Student Gov Says Spring Formal A ‘Go’

Student Gov Says Spring Formal A ‘Go’

News Editor February 19, 2019 0

Associated Students of California Lutheran University Programs Board voted to host a formal dance this semester instead of a carnival. However, hosting a spring formal this semester is contrary to what was voted on

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Netflix Says We Should Talk About Sex, Baby

Netflix Says We Should Talk About Sex, Baby

Opinion Editor February 19, 2019 0

With 40 million views in its first month, it’s no wonder that Netflix announced that “Sex Education” will have a second season. “It’s one of the funniest things I’ve seen in a long time,”

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Courtside Captain Grace Derksen Continues to Lead Regals Basketball

Courtside Captain Grace Derksen Continues to Lead Regals Basketball

Sports Editor February 19, 2019 0

It’s your senior year and basketball season has just begun. Basketball has been your entire life, your identity, and during a practice you go for a rebound and snap—you’ve got a torn ACL. That

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Kingsmen Basketball Falls to Stags, Honors Seniors

Kingsmen Basketball Falls to Stags, Honors Seniors

Sports Editor February 19, 2019 0

Kingsmen basketball lost Saturday, Feb. 16 in their Senior Night and home game finale against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps with a final score of 46-84. The team took the court in Gilbert Sports Arena with one small

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After Delay, Cal Lu’s Annual World Fair Returns

After Delay, Cal Lu’s Annual World Fair Returns

Features Editor February 19, 2019 0

For more than 23 years, California Lutheran University has been home to the World Fair, an event celebrating global diversity and international unity. Hosted by the campus club United Students of the World and

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