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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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Annual Show ‘CalLuPalooza’ Canceled

Annual Show ‘CalLuPalooza’ Canceled

News Editor May 6, 2019 Comments Off

Student musicians this year lost the chance to perform in the annual CalLuPalooza that started back in 2014. A variety of factors went into the last-minute cancellation, the first being that a music business

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Street Fair Supports Local Businesses

Street Fair Supports Local Businesses

News Editor May 6, 2019 Comments Off

For only one day out of the year, Conejo Valley residents have the opportunity to enjoy over 370 different food, art, games and entertainment vendors at the Simi Valley Street Fair. “The Simi Valley

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Bench Dedicated to Borderline Victim, Alum Justin Meek in Kingsmen Park

Bench Dedicated to Borderline Victim, Alum Justin Meek in Kingsmen Park

Editor in Chief May 3, 2019 Comments Off

If you sit on the new bench in Kingsmen Park dedicated to late alum Justin Meek, you will be surrounded by all the aspects of California Lutheran University’s campus that he loved. Located next

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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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Yogis ‘Goat’ Down in Kingsmen Park

Yogis ‘Goat’ Down in Kingsmen Park

News Editor April 29, 2019 Comments Off

Students gathered in Kingsmen Park for a non-traditional yoga practice that involved furry barnyard animals: goats. “I thought a fun event would be something to do with animals and making it kind of a

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Sodexo Contract Renewed Until 2025

Sodexo Contract Renewed Until 2025

News Editor April 29, 2019 Comments Off

Sodexo, California Lutheran University’s food service, has extended their on-campus contract until 2025.  “In order to get the Habit [Burger Grill], we actually agreed to an automatic renewal until May 31, 2025,” said Clinton

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Ventura Eco Fest Teaches Sustainability to County, Celebrates Earth Day

Ventura Eco Fest Teaches Sustainability to County, Celebrates Earth Day

News Editor April 29, 2019 Comments Off

The 12th Annual Ventura Earth Day Eco Fest provided entertainment and environmental education April 27 in celebration of Earth Day. The event was organized by the Ventura Charter School of Arts and Global Education

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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 Comments Off

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 Comments Off

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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