This exhibit features artists who utilize cloth as a statement or a medium.
In this series, artist Lalla Essaydi strives to disrupt stereotypes and revert to the authentic idea of the harem as a space designated as strictly for women and without overt sexual connotations.
This exhibition features bronze reductions of acclaimed military sculptures, from antiquity to the Renaissance and the French Revolutionary Wars.
Professor Elizabeth Allan, a researcher and expert on issues of hazing in educational settings, will draw on findings from her research as well as her own career of hazing prevention efforts to help individuals make critical change in disrupting and changing hazing culture within their institutions.
Joseph Peeples, adjunct professor of organ and music, will present a concert celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Borg Petersen Memorial Organ.
Omid Safi, a professor of Islamic Studies at Duke University, will lead a conversation about the legacy of the teachings of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights era, and apply his Riverside Church teachings to contemporary America and America's involvement with the Middle East and Muslim majority world.
The University String Symphony and Wind Ensemble celebrate homecoming with the annual Founders Day Concert.
Thousand Oaks Campus
The 5th Annual Loop da Lu Walk/Run is just around the corner with a new and improved course, and lots of fun for the entire family!
Richter Hall and Ahmanson Science Center Lobby
The 13th Annual Student Research Symposium celebrates the scholarly work of top undergraduates in all disciplines.
Swenson Center Lawn
Thrill the World is a worldwide flash mob that honors Michael Jackson and raises charitable funds. The Cal Lutheran dance party begins at noon and includes on-site instruction, zombie makeup, refreshments with a small donation, and fun for the kids!