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We Can’t All Pay Our Way Into College

We Can’t All Pay Our Way Into College

Opinion Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

Early last week, more than 200 people across the nation were linked to paying a private college coach tens of thousands of dollars to secure their children spots at top universities like Yale, Georgetown

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From Memes to Ducks, Instagram Accounts Place Cal Lu Humor in Spotlight

From Memes to Ducks, Instagram Accounts Place Cal Lu Humor in Spotlight

Features Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

In the age of technology, students use social media to publicize events, chat with one another and share their experiences.  California Lutheran University students use it to share pictures of animals and memes. Ducks,

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Swimmers Represent Cal Lu at Nationals

Swimmers Represent Cal Lu at Nationals

Sports Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

California Lutheran University swimming and diving Head Coach Barry Schreifels has been coaching collegiate swimming for 24 years. He knows greatness when he sees it, and he knows that it exists within three Cal

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Kingsmen Baseball Goes 2-1 Against Chapman Panthers

Kingsmen Baseball Goes 2-1 Against Chapman Panthers

Sports Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

Last weekend, the California Lutheran University men’s baseball team went 2-1 in a three-game series against the Chapman University Panthers. The Kingsmen won their first game 12-3 on Friday, March 15. On Saturday, they

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Cash in for Coachella: It’s Worth the Money

Cash in for Coachella: It’s Worth the Money

Opinion Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

In 2017, I sold my faulty iPhone in order to have enough money to buy a Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival ticket. It worked. I went to Coachella and it was totally worth

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Professor Noelle Raffy: Creating Character Through Costume

Professor Noelle Raffy: Creating Character Through Costume

Features Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

When theatre arts assistant professor Noelle Raffy was a senior studying fashion at Otis College of Art and Design, she came to a realization. She didn’t want to design for a consumer, but for

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Regals Softball Beaten by Bulldogs in Doubleheader

Regals Softball Beaten by Bulldogs in Doubleheader

Sports Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

The California Lutheran University Regals hosted the University of Redlands Bulldogs in an important Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader on Saturday, March 16. The Regals were unable to bring home a win, losing

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California Proposes Decreasing DUI Limit With New Bill

California Proposes Decreasing DUI Limit With New Bill

News Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

California may have one of the strictest DUI laws in the nation, tied with Utah, after state assemblymembers proposed a new bill that would lower the blood-alcohol content limit from .08 to .05. Assembly

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SEEd Garden Expanding Environmental Footprint With Garden Near Library

SEEd Garden Expanding Environmental Footprint With Garden Near Library

News Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

As part of the Sustainable Edible Education (SEEd) project initiative, California Lutheran University is in the early stages of implementing a native plant ecosystem near the Pearson library. Grounds Operations Supervisor Richard Wagner said

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Panel Advocates For Autism Awareness, Education

Panel Advocates For Autism Awareness, Education

News Editor March 19, 2019 Comments Off

California Lutheran University hosted a panel called Bring Your Own Brain March 16, in which two panelists on the autism spectrum, and one panelist who is the father of a non-verbal child on the

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