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Regals Water Polo Falls Short in NCAA Championship 16-4

Regals Water Polo Falls Short in NCAA Championship 16-4

Sports Editor May 9, 2019 Comments Off

California Lutheran University women’s water polo team took on the University of the Pacific in a heavyweight match in the first round of the National Collegiate Championship on Tuesday, May 7, but could not

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University Vaccinations Should Not Be a Religious Choice

University Vaccinations Should Not Be a Religious Choice

Opinion Editor May 7, 2019 Comments Off

California Lutheran University students should not be allowed to claim personal belief and religious exemption from vaccinations. The risk this places on other students is too great, especially on such a small campus, to

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Anna Lundsten: Global Ambition

Anna Lundsten: Global Ambition

Features Editor May 7, 2019 Comments Off

Senior Anna Lundsten took on a challenge when she was 12. Originally from Minnesota, Lundsten told herself she had to at least go 1,000 miles away for college and not know anyone in the

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Senior Goalkeeper Bailey Meyer Saves Her Spot in Record Books

Senior Goalkeeper Bailey Meyer Saves Her Spot in Record Books

Sports Editor May 7, 2019 Comments Off

Senior water polo goalkeeper Bailey Meyer is about to finish her four-year collegiate career with a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship, First Team honors, an MVP title and her name in the California

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We Want Better Student Prices for Streaming

We Want Better Student Prices for Streaming

Opinion Editor May 7, 2019 Comments Off

Whether you use your own account, your family’s or you borrow your friend’s login details, streaming services like Hulu and Netflix are more popular than ever. However, for college students, it is expensive to

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Business Professor ‘Natural Fit’ for Regional Award

Business Professor ‘Natural Fit’ for Regional Award

Features Editor May 7, 2019 Comments Off

California Lutheran University’s Vlad Vaiman has been selected by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs to receive the 2019 Teaching Excellence Award. As a professor and associate dean of the School of

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Student Shows Capstone Art, Multimedia

Student Shows Capstone Art, Multimedia

Features Editor May 7, 2019 Comments Off

For most majors at California Lutheran University, four years of work culminates in a research project or final exam. For art and multimedia majors, however, students have the opportunity to display their work in

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Kingsmen Baseball Sweeps Whittier Poets 7-0 in Seniors’ Last Home Game

Kingsmen Baseball Sweeps Whittier Poets 7-0 in Seniors’ Last Home Game

Sports Editor May 7, 2019 Comments Off

Kingsmen baseball seniors Weston Clark, Trevor Egan, Justin Fong, Chris Kovach, Nick Maldonado, Anthony Sidley and Kaden White said their farewells to Sparky Anderson Field last Saturday. The May 4 doubleheader marked the last

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‘Avengers: Endgame’ Was Far From Overhyped

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Was Far From Overhyped

Opinion Editor May 7, 2019 Comments Off

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple months, I’m going to assume we all have heard about one of the biggest movies of the year: “Avengers: Endgame.” Don’t worry, this

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Campus Confronts ‘Blind Hatred’ In 10th Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day

Campus Confronts ‘Blind Hatred’ In 10th Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day

News Editor May 6, 2019 Comments Off

On May 2, faith leaders from California Lutheran University gathered with students at Samuelson Chapel in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day. Yom HaShoah is recognized internationally as an annual day of reflection to honor

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