"Memories of CLU"
In 1967, my father took our family to the Rose Bowl. It was the year that Indiana played USC and O.J. Simpson was a senior. USC won. My father had heard about a Lutheran school where the Dallas Cowboys held their training camp. We made the long drive from Pasadena to the campus and found it (such as it was). I remember a picnic under the trees by the library. My second trip to CLU was last winter for my interview.
Working in a house supported the feelings of family among the faculty and staff.
Working at CLU is like being part of a large extended family.
She kept my interest in counseling while igniting my passion for knowledge and desire to become a professor one day.
They loved their jobs and provided a high level of service to others.
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