Articles by Adalia Luo

  • Stop using Coronavirus as an excuse to be racist

    Regardless of how much you know about the Coronavirus crisis, you know it exists. From there, the ignorance and miseducation surrounding it ranges from simple...

  • Solo night strikes a chord

    This past Friday, Feb. 7, the choir program had their second solo night of the year. Held in the Panther PAC, the 18 groups sung...

  • Unified Sports shoots for inclusivity

    It’s a hot Friday afternoon, and students across campus are filing out of their classrooms for the cafeteria, the quad, or perhaps to the basketball...

  • Gervais gets blunt at the Golden Globes

    Tom Hanks’ face said it all. This year’s Golden Globe Awards featured a slew of controversial speeches, with the host, Ricky Gervais, mercilessly roasting the...

  • Little Women feels like coming home

    The values of home and happiness are timeless. The newly released movie “Little Women,” adapted from Louisa May Alcott’s novel by Greta Gerwig and nominated...

  • Frozen 2 shatters screens

    With freshly different outfits, unfamiliar settings and new songs, the recent Frozen sequel was filled with stand-out features. Released on Nov. 22, “Frozen 2” brought...

  • Open Mic Night resonates with local poets

    The air was buzzing with laughter and comradery as we sat down and took our seats in the otherwise sparse community room of the Newbury...

  • Turkey Day Dashers race in the rain

    This past Thanksgiving Thursday was the 15th Annual Turkey Day Dash held at California Lutheran University. Including a 5K, 1K, and a costume contest, the...

  • Cool weather brings Coull recipes

    Fall: the season of spooky decorations and relentless allergies, dropping temperatures and leaves of orange and gold fluttering through the air. As the weather cools...

  • The Addams Family scares

    Presented by the Young Artist Ensemble of Hillcrest Center for the Arts, “The Addams Family” opened this past Friday, Nov. 1, bringing this classic Halloween...