The Echo

Just let Taylor Swift make her music

November 19, 2014

There are very few people in this day and age that do not know who Taylor Swift is or have not heard one of her songs. Her fan base has been growing since her first self-titled album that came out in 2006. That fan base continued...

Should athletes have priority registration?

November 12, 2014

With midterms right behind us and spring registration just around the corner, California Lutheran University students are already peering into spring semester before the fall is even over. Registration in particular puts pressure...

Instant replay improves the ballgame

November 12, 2014

Game seven of the 2014 World Series was a historical one. The San Francisco Giants won the first ever instant replay challenge in a World Series. It came at an important time of the game. In the third inning a close play at...

‘Interstellar’: a breathtaking spectacle

November 12, 2014

Evan’s Angle: Movie Review by Evan Engel     Today, only a few filmmakers can truly forge masterpieces. Thanks to his unrepeatable creative talent, “Interstellar” director and co-writer, Christopher Nola...

Staff Editorial: Identifying victims of crime

November 5, 2014

In the article “Crimes on campus” on page 2 in this week’s issue of the Echo we identified an individual who asked to remain anonymous. The Echo decided to identify Jennifer Barnard because her name is part of the public...

Being creative could earn you a scholarship

November 5, 2014

If you write an essay about receding hairlines, create a prom dress out of duct tape, design a greeting card, or have a passion for the mountains, you could receive a scholarship toward your college education. According to...

Finding the right University for you

November 5, 2014

When I first graduated high school in 2011, I enrolled at Florida International University in Miami, Florida. FIU seemed to have everything I thought I wanted in a university. It was a good university academically, it was in a...

New football playoff system

November 5, 2014

College Football at the division one level is one of the most electrifying sporting events today. From the loud crowds to the crazy upsets, the college football atmosphere as a whole is amazing and a fun experience. The most...

Costumes, candy and pumpkins, oh my

October 28, 2014

Halloween is a time for children, students and adults to enjoy times of costumes, candy, parties and trick-or-treating according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC is recommending some safety tips for trick-or-treaters.   The...

The Vatican is more accepting toward the LGBT community

October 28, 2014

Recent comments from Pope Francis regarding the Catholic Church’s view on gay marriage came as a shock to many people. According to a New York Times article, last year Pope Francis said, “If a person is gay and seeks God...

News Briefs: On Campus, Across the Nation & Around the World

October 21, 2014

Scientists study ancient comet A comet known as Siding Spring passed close by Mars, giving scientists the chance to study it, according to BBC News. Rovers on Mars were able to gain vital information on the comet as it pass...

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