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‘Borderline Strong’ T-Shirt Sales Raise $273k For Victims’ Families

February 26, 2019

Three months after the Nov. 7 Borderline Bar & Grill mass shooting, local volunteers are still raising money for those effected. On Feb. 12, the fundraising efforts of “Borderline Strong” apparel reached $273k and a ch...

Cal Lutheran Welcomes New Program CHESS, EduCal Directors

February 26, 2019

In the upcoming weeks, California Lutheran University will welcome two new additions to the Hispanic Serving Institute (HSI) initiative team. The new positions are program director seats for EduCal and Project CHESS as part of the T...

ASCLUG Holds Parking Rally, Wants ‘Student Voice to Be Heard’

February 24, 2019

The Associated Students of California Lutheran University Government hosted what they titled a “parking rally” in Kingsmen Park. Students filled out a survey in return for free food, with the intent to receive student feedback on campus par...

T.O. Mayor Receives Support, Resistance After Appointment

February 19, 2019

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 serving as a member of city council since...

Student Gov Says Spring Formal A ‘Go’

February 19, 2019

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 at the Se...

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

February 17, 2019

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...

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