Alumni in the News for June 2010

New Madison Elementary School principal named

Published: Wed June 30, 2010
Source: Pasadena Unified School District

Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) Superintendent Edwin Diaz today announced that he has named Carmen Lilia Serrano as principal of Madison Elementary School, which serves 500 students.

Pair on a mission to help those affected by oil spill

Published: Fri June 25, 2010
Source: Moorpark Acorn

A local couple drove to the Gulf Coast with a car full of supplies.

Wilbur singing a different tune now

Published: Fri June 25, 2010
Source: Simi Valley Acorn

A fixture at Royal since 1983, longtime athletic director Jim Wilbur — revered as much for being fair as friendly — retired at the end of this school year.

Hunger rumblings

Published: Thu June 24, 2010
Source: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

In anticipation of National HIV Testing Day this Sunday, an interview with Joseph Rower, a Lutheran Ph.D. student currently conducting HIV and AIDS research.

Metro looks to past after Hays resigns unexpectedly

Published: Wed June 23, 2010
Source: Online MET

Derrick Clark is the new men’s basketball head coach at Metropolitan State College of Denver.

Choke and release

Published: Thu June 17, 2010
Source: Ventura County Reporter

Thousand Oaks MMA Fighter Joe Henle finishes a season of a reality TV show.

40-year educator within the county plans to retire

Published: Tue June 15, 2010
Source: Ventura County Star

In her over 40 years in education, Martha Mutz has worn many hats, from leading young students in front of the classroom to setting curriculum standards as the assistant superintendent of educational services at the Oxnard Union High School District.

Ventura County vintners putting themselves on the map

Published: Sun June 13, 2010
Source: Ventura County Star

Dottie Kelley can barely contain the note of triumph in her voice.

Loving, being loved are central, Faith Lutheran pastor says

Published: Sat June 5, 2010
Source: Chico Enterprise Record

Pastor Peg Schultz-Akerson wants people attending Faith Lutheran Church to know they are loved by God.

Metro State hires former Bzdelik assistant Derrick Clark

Published: Fri June 4, 2010
Source: Denver Post

The college basketball coaching carousel continued to turn Thursday, as Metro State hired former Colorado assistant Derrick Clark to be its men's coach, the school said.

Former Miss California Jacquelynne Fontaine to sing at cello concert at CLU

Published: Wed June 2, 2010
Source: Ventura County Star

Former Miss California Jacquelynne Fontaine, an Oxnard native and California Lutheran University alumna who is earning a doctorate in voice performance at USC, will sing at a cello concert Saturday at CLU.