This exhibit compares contemporary perspectives on jungles as well as forests from around the world, and even looks beyond humid climates to the concrete jungles in urban environments.
This exhibit highlights posters that were produced to promote films over four decades by some of Puerto Rico’s most celebrated graphic artists.
Featuring works from the William Rolland Collection, this exhibit brings together British landscapes from the mid and late 19th century, with scenes that highlight the period's dependence on animals for labor, comfort, food and friendship.
Welcome the holiday season with this special musical gift, featuring a narrated performance of Christmas music guaranteed to put you in the holiday mood.
In this reenactment of the journey of Mary and Joseph to find shelter before the birth of their son, students who represent the holy family travel by donkey throughout campus looking for shelter.
Students from the History of Psychology course will present their semester projects as part of the 11th annual “CLU History of Psychology Symposium.”
Cal Lutheran’s celebration of the Jewish Festival of Light begins at sundown when the candles on the menorah are lit to commemorate light over darkness.
Grant Brimhall Library Community Room
This series of lectures takes a global approach in its examination of the 14th century with discussion of Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, North and South America, and the Far East.
The festival of Sankta Lucia is one of Cal Lutheran's oldest celebrations.
Student Union 114 (Kingsmen Room)
Members of the Black Student Union and the local community come together to celebrate African-American heritage and culture. Food, entertainment and fun!