Alumni in the News for July 2010

Proud, private, strictly 1st class

Published: Sat July 31, 2010
Source: Chicago Sun-Times

Vietnam vet Rod Marinelli shuns the limelight, but the Chicago Bears' new defensive coordinator's friends have lots to say about him.

CLU grad receives Fulbright teaching post

Published: Thu July 29, 2010
Source: Ventura County Star

Ali Sheets, who will visit three continents over the next few months, is the first student at California Lutheran University to win a Fulbright teaching assistantship.

Ex-CLU star Kelley set for induction into Hall of Fame

Published: Sat July 17, 2010
Source: Ventura County Star

Former Cal Lutheran linebacker Brian Kelley will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame tonight in South Bend, Ind.

Former Giants linebacker Brian Kelley heading into College Football Hall of Fame

Published: Sat July 17, 2010
Source: The Star-Ledger

Brian Kelley, 58, will have his moment today when he enters the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Ind.

Upward Bound beneficiary is giving back

Published: Sat July 10, 2010
Source: Ventura County Star

When he was in high school, Sergio Galvez was recruited for Upward Bound, a program aimed at preparing bright, low-income students for college. Now 29, he is running the program he once attended at California Lutheran University.

Cal Lutheran linebacking legend to join College Football Hall of Fame

Published: Thu July 8, 2010
Source: Thousand Oaks Acorn

College football fans from across the country will join the National Football Foundation July 16-17 at the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Ind., for the organization’s annual Enshrinement Festival.

Paralyzed police officer rides bike across U.S.

Published: Wed July 7, 2010
Source: ESPN

Oreos dipped in honey and peanut butter were what got Kristina Ripatti-Pearce across the country.

A long road to higher education

Published: Thu July 1, 2010
Source: Easy Reader

“Peninsula Heritage School won my heart the first time I walked up the steps holding my little boy’s hand to enter preschool,” explains PHS Head of School Patricia Cailler.