Art exhibit explores history and myth

Art that combines elements of history, biography and myth will be on exhibit at the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art at California Lutheran University from Aug. 13 through Oct. 16.

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Cal Lutheran pastor to fill new VP position

A California Lutheran University alumna who has served as a campus pastor for 15 years has been promoted to the newly created position of vice president for mission and identity. 

Rained-out 'Richard III' replaced at discount

After rain cancelled Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival performances for the first time in the event’s 19 years, two additional shows have been added at discount rates.

Cal Lutheran earns WASC reaccreditation

The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Senior College and University Commission has reaffirmed the accreditation of California Lutheran University for the longest possible term of 10 years.

Cal Lutheran's first full-time pastor dies

The Rev. Gerald Swanson, a Thousand Oaks resident who taught and provided spiritual guidance to California Lutheran University students for three decades, has died. He passed away at his home on July 3 at the age of 77.

Cal Lutheran graduate receives Fulbright

A May graduate of California Lutheran University who researched Los Angeles’ Mongolian immigrant community for his senior capstone has received a 2015-2016 U.S. Student Fulbright award to teach English in Mongolia.

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Sounds like tomorrow

Is it live? Or a new day for sound recording? A former music major helps to ring in the age of immersive audio.

Next big investment? Blind pitches

Bias is everywhere. There’s every reason to think it costs you.

Talkin' bout a reformation

ELCA congregations are forming among immigrant and minority groups, around social issues, and in places like cafés and community centers. Pastors who do without traditional church buildings, all graduates of Cal Lutheran’s theological seminary in Berkeley, share their visions for 21st-century worship.

Room to discover

By the end of this year, the old cafeteria will reopen as a headquarters for student life, student government and experiential learning. Melinda Roper, the top administrator in student affairs, envisions this well-lighted place as one where aims in life grow a little clearer.

For education's ills, a dose of self-awareness

Beginning with 2015's graduates, Cal Lutheran master's degree students in counselor education are all embarking on journeys of self-discovery.

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