Student interning for Homeland Security

A California Lutheran University student is working to develop a system to restore power after natural disasters through a Department of Homeland Security Summer Fellowship.

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'Richard III' concludes Shakespeare festival

The 19th season of the Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival will conclude on a tragic note with “Richard III.”

Cal Lutheran honors graduate in 'Phantom'

California Lutheran University presented award-winning singer and former Miss California Jacquelynne Fontaine with its Outstanding Young Alumna award.

New officers to lead Cal Lutheran students

Evan Carthen of Highland will be the president of the Associated Students of California Lutheran University Government for the 2015-2016 year.

Festival interns raised on Shakespeare

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company has more college interns this year than ever before in its 19 years, including four Ventura County residents who have grown up with the group’s annual summer festival.

Cal Lutheran gets $2.32 million estate gift

California Lutheran University has received $2.32 million from the estate of an alumna’s parents to advance programs in three fields that were important to the family – ministry, science and education.

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Featured Stories

A game plan for overtime

Born with cystic fibrosis, Scott Klein '90 was already living beyond his life expectancy when he started ice hockey at age 4. He stayed with the sport in college, on the day after his father died, and throughout the biggest second chance of his life.

Top anesthesiologist teaches readiness on Ebola

Dr. Laureen L. (Spinas '83) Hill was part of the team that successfully treated the first two U.S. Ebola patients. Now she advises far-flung colleagues on how to run a department during an outbreak.

Cancer brought me to this

High-level athletes are remarkable human beings. I ought to know. But my experience with cancer and the example of other survivors have taught me most of what I know about strength.

Symposium looks ahead to brain cures

Advances in computers and imaging will transform the treatment of brain diseases, according to Dr. Lorne S. Label, a neurologist and MBA alumnus scheduled to speak on campus April 10.

On top of California's deepest concern

During dry years, farms and cities depend even more than usual on sources of water far beneath our feet. Graduates of Cal Lutheran’s geology, MBA and public policy programs are working to keep fresh water in the ground now and for the future.

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