Industry leaders to serve business school

California Lutheran University’s School of Management has appointed two industry leaders to serve as its inaugural Executive-in-Residence and Entrepreneur-in-Residence.

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Cal Lutheran jazz band gives free concert

Student jazz musicians from California Lutheran University will perform music by artists ranging from Dizzy Gillespie to the Goo Goo Dolls during a free concert on Friday, Dec. 9.

Cal Lutheran to host Kwanzaa celebration

California Lutheran University’s Black Student Union is hosting a Kwanzaa celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8.

Cal Lutheran to hold Sankta Lucia service

California Lutheran University’s dramatic Sankta Lucia Festival, in which a student wears a crown of lighted candles, will be held at 11:25 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, in Samuelson Chapel.

Cal Lutheran hosts Hanukkah celebration

California Lutheran University is hosting its annual Hanukkah celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5.

Cal Lutheran to re-enact Christmas story

Community members are invited to join with California Lutheran University students and staff to re-enact the Christmas story in the Mexican tradition of Las Posadas from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4.

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They save for school

For more than a decade, men’s and women’s water polo players at Cal Lutheran have turned to lifeguarding to offset the costs of study. Some of them go on after college to seasonal side careers. They never look at a beach the same way again.

Great work of our time

As the Reformation turns 500, some see the climate crisis as cause for a new one.

Scenes from a life unscripted

One of six TV shows on the slate of executive producer Jimmy Fox '04, United Shades of America was nominated for an Emmy this year and renewed for a second season.

Real monkeys wear shoulder pads

Biologist Anita Stone has returned frequently since 2000 to her own northern region of Brazil to watch squirrel monkeys in the forest. The females there pick their mates, and appear to have a weakness for bulked-out upper bodies.

All my children

Having a son truly has helped me find empathy for people, including my little girl and boy characters from Japanese cartoons.

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