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Stop Letting Strangers Into the Cal Lu Dorms

Stop Letting Strangers Into the Cal Lu Dorms

Opinion Editor April 30, 2019 Comments Off

For a small, “safe” campus, when I told friends and classmates that I was writing a story about campus safety, everyone had something to say. It seemed like everyone I talked to had some

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Social Media, Social Activism on Display this Summer

Social Media, Social Activism on Display this Summer

Features Editor April 30, 2019 Comments Off

Summer holds the promise of a break from classes, time spent with family and friends and relaxing days at the beach. However, California Lutheran University students are in a prime location for another source

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Uber: Take Responsibility for Riders’ Safety

Uber: Take Responsibility for Riders’ Safety

Opinion Editor April 30, 2019 Comments Off

I never thought that not having a driver’s license was a big deal, but one particular Uber ride made me think again. In light of the recent Uber-related murder of a college student, it’s

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Regals Waterpolo Earn Second SCIAC Championship Title in Program History

Regals Waterpolo Earn Second SCIAC Championship Title in Program History

Sports Editor April 30, 2019 Comments Off

There is no “I” in the word “team.” The California Lutheran University Regals water polo team proved that during their Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference semifinal and championship victories this past weekend. After beating

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Track & Field Breaks Records at SCIAC Championship Meet

Track & Field Breaks Records at SCIAC Championship Meet

Sports Editor April 30, 2019 Comments Off

Over the weekend, the California Lutheran University Kingsmen and Regals track and field program traveled to Claremont as they competed in the two-day Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship meet. The Kingsmen four by

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Cal Lu Alum Shares Unique Flavors at Urbane Cafe

Cal Lu Alum Shares Unique Flavors at Urbane Cafe

Features Editor April 30, 2019 Comments Off

Back in 2003, California Lutheran University alum Tom Holt founded Urbane Cafe, a sandwich and salad restaurant with unique flavors. With the Thousand Oaks location just a few minutes’ drive from campus, the spot

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Humboldt Football Discontinued, Cal Lutheran Football Gains Coach

Humboldt Football Discontinued, Cal Lutheran Football Gains Coach

Sports Editor April 30, 2019 Comments Off

When a football program is shut down, coaches and players are left high and dry, wondering what their next move will be. That was the case for Humboldt State University this past year. After

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Muslim Culture Banquet 2019 Teaches Similarities Over Differences

Muslim Culture Banquet 2019 Teaches Similarities Over Differences

Features Editor April 30, 2019 Comments Off

The second annual Muslim Culture Banquet drew hundreds of students, faculty and members of the public to California Lutheran University’s Lundring Events Center for an evening of cultural lectures, free food and displays on

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Spoiler Alert: ‘Us’ Changed Horror Genre

Spoiler Alert: ‘Us’ Changed Horror Genre

Opinion Editor April 30, 2019 Comments Off

There’s nothing I enjoy more than a horror movie with an intriguing storyline and an unexpected plot twist. With recent releases of horror movies like Jordan Peele’s “Us,” though, there has been a shift

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Provost Gives $100k For Student Emergency Fund

Provost Gives $100k For Student Emergency Fund

News Editor April 29, 2019 Comments Off

In this year’s record-breaking Giving Day April 3, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Leanne Neilson and her husband George Neilson made a donation to California Lutheran University that will establish an emergency

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