Campus Highlights

CLU’s Seventh President

Chris Kimball, Ph.D.,is named to the position by the CLU Board of Regents

CLU Administrators Share Talents Worldwide

Kornuta trains youths in South Pacific

Neilson Named Interim Provost

Neilson serves as Associate Provost for Graduate/Adult Programs and Accreditation since 2004.

History Book Editorial Board Completes Draft Review

First draft of the 50th Anniversary Commemorative Book is in review.

Special Olympics draws Martindale to China

Director of Deaf and Hard of Hearing program, participated as a volunteer checking athletes' hearing

Students Honored for Outreach Program

The CLU project was selected for its vision, philanthropic component and intelligent design

Planning Commission Gives Green Light to Building Projects

The Thousand Oaks Planning Commission gives unanimous approval for four key building projects.

New Program Enables Freshmen to Attend CLU at Public University Cost

CLU’s offer to match the cost of attending a publicly financed university is unique.

Library Receives Funding for Renovations

The Hugh and Hazel Darling Foundation of Los Angeles has given $250,000 to California Lutheran University for renovations to Pearson Library.

Campus Enhancements

New sculpture in the Uyeno Ampitheatre and new history board outside of Samuelson Chapel.

In Memoriam

Key and influential people are remembered.

CLU Wins National Advertising Awards

Three advertisements selected by Service Industry Advertising Awards competition.

Scholars’ Work Feted

Festival of Scholars showcases achievements of students and faculty.

CLU Remains Top Choice for Hispanic Students

Magazine names CLU one of the best schools for Hispanics in the United States for the 12th consecutive year.

Kent State Revisited

Ohio, an original musical based on a book by CLU Theatre Arts Professor Ken Gardner, will be presented on campus.

Huxley at the Huntington

CLU students are involved in preparations for the symposium and will assist at the sessions.

Leveling the Playing Field for Women’s Athletics

Hutton Field, a new venue for women’s softball is the latest addition to the north campus athletics complex.

Olympic Team Practices at CLU

The US Men's Olympic Water Polo team has chosen CLU's aquatics center as training center in preparation for Olympic Games.

In London Town

Alumna's career in London art gallery offers her an opportunity to meet and work with artists she studied while at CLU.

Crib Notes

Alum's sent in photos of recent additions to their families.

Bielke Inducted into Valpo Hall of Fame

Bielke among six former Valparaiso University athletes inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame in February.

Real Men Wear Plaid

Ed Green ’01, D.C., competes in heavyweight Scottish atletic events.

Progressive Pioneers

Community of parents and teachers work to preserve open philosophy education schooling.

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