Luther Statue Revisited
History, Form and ConceptBy Donald DeMars'81
In this telling of how Enormous Luther came to hold a favored spot in the hearts of generations of CLU students, CLU’s first class president Don DeMars ’64 reminds us that the University is bound to the 16th century reformer. Read more...
Dean Finds Answers Through Questions
Scholar adapts to new role as deanBy Carol Keochekian '81
Joan Griffin, Ph.D., finds intriguing solutions to higher education questions through an interdisciplinary process based on questioning and listening. Read more...
Three "second career" teachers find their placeBy Karin Grennan
They came from different worlds – law, entertainment and business – but three “second career” teachers found what they were searching for through CLU’s School of Education ... fulfillment and a new zest for life. Read more...
When a Fall Can Kill