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Meet Cal Lutheran’s 2019-20 Student Body President

Meet Cal Lutheran’s 2019-20 Student Body President

Features Editor April 16, 2019 0

On May 1, California Lutheran University students will have a new student body president when Junior Senator John Basmajian is sworn into office. Basmajian has been part of the Associated Students of California Lutheran

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Annual Powwow Unites Tribes and Traditions

Annual Powwow Unites Tribes and Traditions

Features Editor April 16, 2019 0

Hundreds of Native American tribes from around the country gathered at Malibu Bluffs Park on April 13-14 to join in festivities at the 21st Annual Chumash Day Powwow and Intertribal Day Gathering. Tribal members

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Where and How to See So Cal’s Super Bloom

Where and How to See So Cal’s Super Bloom

Features Editor April 16, 2019 0

Although Southern California is known for its lack of rain and frequent droughts, this year’s super bloom flowers have caught the attention of locals. A glance outside reveals hills of yellow and orange as

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Co-Directors of Scandinavian Center: Celebrating Their Heritage for 60 Years

Co-Directors of Scandinavian Center: Celebrating Their Heritage for 60 Years

Features Editor April 9, 2019 Comments Off

For the past 16 years, Richard and Anita Londgren have worked side-by-side at the Scandinavian Cultural Center on California Lutheran University’s campus. The couple is passionate about their heritage, and strive to educate others

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Representational Art Conference Connects Overlooked Artists From Around the World

Representational Art Conference Connects Overlooked Artists From Around the World

Features Editor April 9, 2019 Comments Off

Since California Lutheran University art professor Michael Pearce was a teenager, he has been fascinated by album covers of the British rock band “Yes,” which showcase representational art by Roger Dean. Starting his painting

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Upcoming Musical ‘The Pirate Queen’ Spotlights Female Stars

Upcoming Musical ‘The Pirate Queen’ Spotlights Female Stars

Features Editor April 9, 2019 Comments Off

Strong female roles in performing arts are hard to come by. But in recent years, studios and producers are realizing the need for leading ladies. Movies such as “Captain Marvel” and “Wonder Woman” have

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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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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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First-year Magician Voted Royalty at Competing for the Crown 2019

First-year Magician Voted Royalty at Competing for the Crown 2019

Features Editor March 18, 2019 Comments Off

The Preus-Brandt Forum had a full crowd March 15 to see California Lutheran University’s 2019 Competing for the Crown. Nine competitors went head-to-head showcasing their talents, hoping to win the titles of Mr. Kingsman

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Senior to Run From San Francisco to Boston to Benefit Cancer Fund

Senior to Run From San Francisco to Boston to Benefit Cancer Fund

Features Editor March 12, 2019 Comments Off

After a late night encounter with a Facebook advertisement promoting a 4,000-mile run across America, California Lutheran University senior Stephanie Allen signed up the very next day. The run benefits the Ulman Foundation, a

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