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Spread the Word: Mental Illness is OK

Spread the Word: Mental Illness is OK

Opinion Editor February 19, 2019 0

There is a trend right now in pop culture for celebrities to be more open about mental illness and their experiences with depression and anxiety disorders. While it is definitely positive to see representation

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Netflix Says We Should Talk About Sex, Baby

Netflix Says We Should Talk About Sex, Baby

Opinion Editor February 19, 2019 0

With 40 million views in its first month, it’s no wonder that Netflix announced that “Sex Education” will have a second season. “It’s one of the funniest things I’ve seen in a long time,”

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First-Years Need to Learn Actual Life Skills

First-Years Need to Learn Actual Life Skills

Opinion Editor February 19, 2019 0

Students pursue higher education to learn new skills, grow as individuals and receive a degree that will get them their dream jobs. However, many students do not know certain life skills that would benefit

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Hate Won’t Go Away

Hate Won’t Go Away

Opinion Editor February 12, 2019 0

Early in the morning Feb. 11, Thousand Oaks community members, high school students and California Lutheran University students and staff stood together in an act of peaceful protest against members of the Westboro Baptist

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Health Services Not Accessible Enough

Health Services Not Accessible Enough

Opinion Editor February 12, 2019 0

As a student living away from home, dealing with health issues can be overwhelmingly unsettling and frustrating. However, resources such as California Lutheran University’s Health Services helps ease this tension. According to Cal Lutheran’s

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Gender X Law Matches Cal Lu Inclusivity

Gender X Law Matches Cal Lu Inclusivity

Opinion Editor February 12, 2019 0

In the United States, citizens like to believe that we have the freedom to be who we want to be. In a time of hate and fear, however, freedom seems to be a privilege

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Is Cal Lu Losing Its Small School Appeal?

Is Cal Lu Losing Its Small School Appeal?

Opinion Editor February 5, 2019 Comments Off

While picking classes my first year at California Lutheran University, I learned quickly to have a backup for my backup plan. Yet even with the perk of early registration from being a note taker

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Gun Violence Forum Shows All Talk, No Action

Gun Violence Forum Shows All Talk, No Action

Opinion Editor February 5, 2019 Comments Off

The front page story of our newspaper this week is about a local gun violence forum on Sunday, Feb. 3 where local representatives stood up and discussed their recent gun control proposals like AB-12

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Shutdown: Stop Punishing Federal Workers

Shutdown: Stop Punishing Federal Workers

Opinion Editor February 5, 2019 Comments Off

President Donald J. Trump’s use of a government shutdown to threaten Congress into pushing a political agenda is wildly inappropriate and unprofessional as it hurts the country’s families and workers. After the longest-recorded government

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School Should Be Prepared, Not Scared

School Should Be Prepared, Not Scared

Opinion Editor December 4, 2018 Comments Off

On Nov. 8, 2018, a tragedy occurred a mere 6 miles from campus in our quiet little close-knit community. Borderline Bar & Grill, located in Thousand Oaks, which was recently ranked third in Business

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