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Profiting from national disasters is unethical

November 14, 2012

The ferocious winds of Superstorm Sandy destroyed cities in New York and New Jersey, claiming electricity, homes and even lives. While relief funds and disaster aid have helped communities begin to rebuild, some individuals and...

Breaking down the NBA power rankings

November 7, 2012

The first week of this NBA season may have raised more questions for fantasy owners and fans than it answered. With the preseason-favorite Lakers playing like the Charlotte Bobcats early on, and teams like the Los Angeles Clippers...

Cuba opens its borders to CLU

October 24, 2012

For the first time CLU is offering students the chance to travel to Cuba as part of their studies at CLU. The country, which has been under a U.S. embargo for over 50 years, is closed off to American tourists not under specific...

New bus routes ease commuting woes

October 24, 2012

The city of Thousand Oaks has made  changes to its bus routes this year in order to accommodate CLU students. The city, which has only four bus routes, rerouted part of its ‘green’ route solely for California Lutheran...

ASCLUG senator proposes library open one hour earlier

October 24, 2012

There is talk on campus of the library extending hours of operation an hour earlier in the mornings opening, at 7:15 a.m. instead of at 8:15 a.m., to accommodate students with 7:45 a.m. classes. This proposed change is still...

Alzheimer’s walk brings families to CLU

September 26, 2012

California Lutheran University hosted the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday, Sept. 22, a charity event created to help raise awareness of the disease. “The two main things we do are research and care support,” said...

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