New exhibit explores mixed-race identity

Textile-based paintings exploring mixed-race identity, indigenous communities, colonization and globalized pop culture will be on display at California Lutheran University from June 10 through Oct. 27.

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Cal Lutheran presents Western art exhibit

An exhibit of Western-themed art will open June 10 at California Lutheran University.

Retiring 32-year music professor honored

Music professor Daniel Geeting is retiring after 32 years of service to California Lutheran University with the 2016 President’s Award for Teaching Excellence in hand.

Cal Lutheran to hold Dragon Boat Festival

California Lutheran will present a free Dragon Boat Festival for the first time at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 21, in Samuelson Chapel.

Couple donates $1 million to KCLU Radio

A Westlake Village couple has donated $1 million to support and expand the award-winning news department of KCLU Radio.

Largest class to earn bachelor's degrees

California Lutheran University will hold its 2016 Undergraduate Commencement honoring a record number of degree recipients at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 14.

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All the world's a baseball diamond

Chris Kimball, the university’s president, blows up myths about baseball and holds up the game as a mirror on American society in an undergraduate honors course.

Victory at the big dance

Music and dancing help the Regals volleyball team release tension, and may have been keys to Cal Lutheran’s first NCAA team championship, says head coach Kellee Roesel.

Thu Ho Meecham's excellent Shanghai adventure

Meecham '81 had never been to China and didn’t speak the language. “But I was single, in my early 30s, and it sounded like an exciting adventure … so why not?”

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?

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