Monthly Archives: March 2019 »

Pay Your Interns: It’s More Than a Coffee Run

Pay Your Interns: It’s More Than a Coffee Run

Opinion Editor March 5, 2019 Comments Off

Internship experiences are nearly becoming a deal breaker when it comes to finding employment after college. How are students supposed to meet the typical requirements of an “entry level” job, requiring 1 to 3

Read More »
Staff Editorial: Cal Lutheran Student Body Deserves Transparency

Staff Editorial: Cal Lutheran Student Body Deserves Transparency

Opinion Editor March 5, 2019 Comments Off

In March of last year, The Echo released an editorial calling for transparency in student government. It has unfortunately become a trend around elections time — and here we go again. Last week, our

Read More »
NFL draft prospects train at Cal Lutheran for 2019 NFL Scouting Combine

NFL draft prospects train at Cal Lutheran for 2019 NFL Scouting Combine

Sports Editor March 5, 2019 Comments Off

The 2019 NFL Scouting Combine took place in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana February 26 through March 4. During the four day combine, over 300 NFL draft prospects  were evaluated based on size,

Read More »
Here to Serve Your Needs: A Closer Look at Cal Lu’s ITS Department

Here to Serve Your Needs: A Closer Look at Cal Lu’s ITS Department

Features Editor March 5, 2019 Comments Off

Bronek Wroblewski opened a door behind Pearson Library’s help desk at California Lutheran University, revealing a small room with cubicles, mundane windowless walls and artificial light. “The people that work in our tech department

Read More »
Track & field: Distance runners Redpath, Ereso break records

Track & field: Distance runners Redpath, Ereso break records

Sports Editor March 5, 2019 Comments Off

Despite both the Kingsmen and Regals not scoring enough total points to get the majority of the overall wins Saturday, March 2, multiple athletes shined in the first Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Multi-Dual

Read More »
Dogs of Cal Lutheran Unleash Their Love

Dogs of Cal Lutheran Unleash Their Love

Features Editor March 5, 2019 Comments Off

California Lutheran University students are used to running into their friends around the small campus. However, some students may recognize a different breed of companion: the dogs of residential staff and professors.  Caitlin Hodges,

Read More »
Museum Brings Fine Art and Community Healing to The Oaks Mall

Museum Brings Fine Art and Community Healing to The Oaks Mall

Features Editor March 5, 2019 Comments Off

Situated humbly between the Sports Treasure and a children’s clothing store in The Oaks mall, the California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks is easy to miss. However, those who do step inside are greeted

Read More »
Executive Cabinet Election Goes to Three-Candidate Runoff, Elections Percentages Still Unknown

Executive Cabinet Election Goes to Three-Candidate Runoff, Elections Percentages Still Unknown

News Editor March 4, 2019 Comments Off

Students will vote on the new Associated Students of California Lutheran University Government president in an unusual runoff election featuring three candidates on Tuesday, March 5. “To my knowledge I don’t think there’s ever

Read More »