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Artistry on Display: T.O. Art Walk Features Artisans From Around Country

Artistry on Display: T.O. Art Walk Features Artisans From Around Country

News Editor April 23, 2019 0

Artisans from around the country set up shop in the parking lot of the Oaks Mall April 13 and 14 for a two-day art festival that hosted painters, sculpters, jewelry designers and photographers. One of

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Permanent Borderline Memorial Coming Soon, City Says

Permanent Borderline Memorial Coming Soon, City Says

News Editor April 15, 2019 0

Since the mass shooting at Borderline Bar & Grill on Nov. 7, citizens and officials of Thousand Oaks have been seeking ways to demonstrate support for survivors, the families of the 12 who lost

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Annual ‘Giving Day’ Breaks Cal Lu Record

Annual ‘Giving Day’ Breaks Cal Lu Record

News Editor April 15, 2019 0

On April 3, California Lutheran University broke its own record for the amount of money received on the annual day of giving. In just a 24-hour window, which began at 12:01 a.m. on April

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ASCLUG Elections: 2 Winners Disqualified, 3 Seats Remain Vacant

ASCLUG Elections: 2 Winners Disqualified, 3 Seats Remain Vacant

Editor in Chief April 15, 2019 0

In last week’s student government Senate elections, two individuals were disqualified for not turning in their spending packets that show how much they used of their allotted $200 campaign finances by 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 11. Even

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Gary Sinese Sends Love to Ventura County in Tribute Concert April 13

Gary Sinese Sends Love to Ventura County in Tribute Concert April 13

News Editor April 15, 2019 0

As five jets roared over William Rolland Stadium the night of April 13, the California Lutheran University Kingsmen and Regals quartets sang the national anthem to kick off a tribute to first responders and

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‘Sharing our Aloha’: Hawaiian Spirit Alive in Lu’au

‘Sharing our Aloha’: Hawaiian Spirit Alive in Lu’au

News Editor April 15, 2019 0

Singer-songwriter Bo Napoleon played alongside his uncles at the Kupa’a Hawai’i Club Lu’au in Kingsmen Park April 11 as traditional Hawaiian dancers performed beneath lights strung across the park. Napoleon is from Carson, California.

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Los Robles Greens Reaches Max Capacity at Spring Formal

Los Robles Greens Reaches Max Capacity at Spring Formal

News Editor April 8, 2019 Comments Off

Lines of California Lutheran University students filled the parking lot at Los Robles Greens in Thousand Oaks, all waiting to enter spring formal April 5. Cal Lutheran Sophomore Programs Board Representative Azubah Collins, who

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Scandinavian Festival Celebrates 44 Years, Draws Thousands To Celebrate

Scandinavian Festival Celebrates 44 Years, Draws Thousands To Celebrate

News Editor April 8, 2019 Comments Off

With an ABBA tribute band, Vikings and plenty of Nordic food, the 44th annual Scandinavian Festival drew in large crowds to Kingsmen Park at California Lutheran University April 6 and 7. Senior Kristin Wannemo,

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Creating Public Policy 101: Boot Camp Aims to Engage Future Leaders

Creating Public Policy 101: Boot Camp Aims to Engage Future Leaders

News Editor April 8, 2019 Comments Off

California Lutheran University will introduce a free two-day summer boot camp for students interested in public policy May 20-21. The boot camp will give students a chance to expand their skills in policy analysis,

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Take Back the Night Event Highlights Sexual Violence, Advocates for Change

Take Back the Night Event Highlights Sexual Violence, Advocates for Change

News Editor April 8, 2019 Comments Off

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Wellness Resources on campus is working to raise awareness of the issue that impacts victims worldwide. On April 2, California Lutheran University hosted a “Take Back the

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