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Professor’s Art Explores Social Issues in the Garment Industry

Professor’s Art Explores Social Issues in the Garment Industry

Features Editor February 19, 2019 0

Reminiscing back to the childhood that inspired her to be an artist, Jennifer Vanderpool, an adjunct art professor at California Lutheran University, said she has always had the desire to create. “I never slept

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Totally Wicked: Partying for a Cause

Totally Wicked: Partying for a Cause

Features Editor February 19, 2019 0

Members of Black Student Union gathered in Overton Hall among other California Lutheran University students to dance to ‘90s music and display themed costumes during Sisters’ Circle’s “totally wicked” ‘90s benefit party. Entrance fees

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After Delay, Cal Lu’s Annual World Fair Returns

After Delay, Cal Lu’s Annual World Fair Returns

Features Editor February 19, 2019 0

For more than 23 years, California Lutheran University has been home to the World Fair, an event celebrating global diversity and international unity. Hosted by the campus club United Students of the World and

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Spotting the Birds of Cal Lutheran

Spotting the Birds of Cal Lutheran

Features Editor February 19, 2019 0

Everyone knows California Lutheran University as home of the Kingsmen and Regals, but few realize the campus, which borders Conejo Open Space, is also home to dozens of bird species. On Sunday, Feb. 17,

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Borderline Country Night Finds New Home at Canyon Club

Borderline Country Night Finds New Home at Canyon Club

Features Editor February 12, 2019 0

The Thousand Oaks building where Borderline Bar and Grill once hosted its College Country Nights remains empty following the Nov. 7 shooting that took 12 lives. However, every Wednesday night at the Canyon, a

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Senior Dance Minors are ‘Pioneers’

Senior Dance Minors are ‘Pioneers’

Features Editor February 12, 2019 0

Four years ago, seniors Elizabeth Gentile, Victoria Smith, Nadine Abukhzam and K’Yanna Wesley couldn’t have predicted that they would be the first students at California Lutheran University to graduate with a dance minor. They

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Senior Jonathan Goldstein: Intense in a Good Way

Senior Jonathan Goldstein: Intense in a Good Way

Features Editor February 12, 2019 0

Despite winning an award for undergraduate research and being involved in an array of campus activities, California Lutheran University senior Jonathan Goldstein stays humble. “Nothing happens at the drop of a hat. Nothing happens

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New Club Unites Faith and Fishing

New Club Unites Faith and Fishing

Features Editor February 12, 2019 0

There may be no shortage of clubs offered at California Lutheran University, but that didn’t stop senior Angel Abundez, junior John Basmajian and senior Brandon Apelian from fishing up their two greatest loves and

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Cal Lu’s Ticket to Global Education

Cal Lu’s Ticket to Global Education

Features Editor February 5, 2019 Comments Off

When Provost Leanne Neilson met Christina Sanchez, who had just been hired for the new position of associate provost for global engagement, she prepared a list of people for Sanchez to meet in the

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Once Cancelled, “Columbinus” to be Performed at Regional Festival

Once Cancelled, “Columbinus” to be Performed at Regional Festival

Features Editor February 5, 2019 Comments Off

The day before “Columbinus,” a play based on the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School, was supposed to premiere at California Lutheran University, the impossible happened. Thousand Oaks became the site of a mass

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