85-year-old Augustana Choir to perform

A choir that has performed from Uppsala Cathedral in Sweden to Carnegie Hall will give a free concert at California Lutheran University on Feb. 20.

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Saxomania switches to clarinets for show

The Saxomania quartet will trade their saxophones for clarinets in a free concert slated Feb. 19 at California Lutheran University.

Historian to discuss the first Red Scare

The chair of California Lutheran University’s History Department will discuss America’s first Red Scare at the Grant R. Brimhall Library on Feb. 18.

Talks to explore corporate rights, duties

A Princeton University professor will discuss the rights and responsibilities of corporate bodies at two free lectures at California Lutheran University on Feb. 16.

KCLU honored with 6 Golden Mike awards

Local National Public Radio affiliate KCLU won more Golden Mike Awards for news excellence than any other small radio station in Southern California at a ceremony Saturday.

Event kicks off 2-year Reformation focus

In anticipation of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017, the Nordic Symposium this February will begin a two-year focus on the watershed movement.

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Expecting anything, expecting more (when you're expecting)

Complications in childbirth can lead to additional problems, including some that women should not have to live with. By understanding the issue from all sides, researchers at Cal Lutheran and Stanford University are working to improve health outcomes for mothers.

Pastor Gerry and the trouble-makers

In a burst of student activism 30 years ago, Cal Lutheran sold off the last of its stock in companies doing business in apartheid-era South Africa, and members of the student congregation joined an underground struggle to protect Central American refugees. What exactly got these Samaritans off their donkeys?

Life, not to scale

In the first solo show by painter Harold Muliadi ’14, the joys and the troubles are all out of proportion.

This will be on the test

After changes to Dominican law and a court ruling revoking citizenship by right of birth, people of Haitian descent face an uncertain future in the Dominican Republic.

How a 'titan' of mangoes put college first

Chuy Loza’s mother filled a seat on the school board, in spite of limited English, and his father attended statewide education conferences.

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