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Up From Ashes: Construction After Thomas, Woolsey Fires

Up From Ashes: Construction After Thomas, Woolsey Fires

News Editor February 19, 2019 0

In Dec. 2017, the Thomas Fire made its way through Ventura County, destroying 1,063 structures and damaging nearly 280 others. After scorching 281,893 acres, the Thomas Fire became one of California’s top ten most

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T.O. Mayor Receives Support, Resistance After Appointment

T.O. Mayor Receives Support, Resistance After Appointment

News Editor February 19, 2019 0

Thousand Oaks started the new year with a new mayor. On Dec. 10, 2018, Thousand Oaks City Council voted unanimously to appoint Rob McCoy as mayor. His term began Jan. 1. McCoy has been

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Student Gov Says Spring Formal A ‘Go’

Student Gov Says Spring Formal A ‘Go’

News Editor February 19, 2019 0

Associated Students of California Lutheran University Programs Board voted to host a formal dance this semester instead of a carnival. However, hosting a spring formal this semester is contrary to what was voted on

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Proposed Highway Bill Honors Late Sgt. Helus

Proposed Highway Bill Honors Late Sgt. Helus

News Editor February 19, 2019 0

A stretch of Highway 101 between Hampshire and Lynn roads could soon be renamed to honor late Ventura County Sgt. Ron Helus, 54, who was one of the 12 victims in the Nov. 7

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Blood Drive Spreads Love to Local Patients

Blood Drive Spreads Love to Local Patients

News Editor February 18, 2019 0

Nonprofit blood testing organization Vitalant Research Institute came to California Lutheran University Feb. 13 for the biannual blood drive, just in time for Valentine’s Day. As an incentive to donate, Vitalant provided donors with

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Cal Lutheran, Moorpark College Paves Way For Local Middle Schoolers’ Education

Cal Lutheran, Moorpark College Paves Way For Local Middle Schoolers’ Education

News Editor February 17, 2019 0

Moorpark College and California Lutheran University introduced 27 local middle schoolers selected as the first group of ‘Rising Scholars’ in a new college-bound program last month. Rising Scholars Academy will offer its “cohorts” full

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Taking Risks: Communication Professionals Urge Students To Adapt In Jobs

Taking Risks: Communication Professionals Urge Students To Adapt In Jobs

News Editor February 17, 2019 0

Communication professionals with careers ranging from radio directors to marketing officers gathered Feb. 12 for the annual “Careers in Communications Panel” in Ullman 100 to discuss the skills needed to excel in the field.

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English Professor Releases Fourth Book

English Professor Releases Fourth Book

News Editor February 12, 2019 0

Students, faculty and community members gathered at the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art Feb. 7 to celebrate professor Jacqueline Lyons’ newest publication, “Adorable Airport.” The collection of poems, inspired by a tiny airport

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Oxnard Shelter Opens Doors for Overnight Stays

Oxnard Shelter Opens Doors for Overnight Stays

News Editor February 12, 2019 0

The building that once served as the National Guard Armory in Oxnard has been transformed into a temporary refuge for homeless people who do not have access to food, shelter and hygiene care. The

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Westboro Baptist Met With Counter-Protest From Thousand Oaks Community

Westboro Baptist Met With Counter-Protest From Thousand Oaks Community

News Editor February 11, 2019 0

Threats of protests from cult group Westboro Baptist Church turned to a display of solidarity early Monday morning as counter-protestors including California Lutheran University staff, students and faculty lined Moorpark Road. Cars honked. People

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