CLU in the News Archive

January 2014

Publish Date
Stories
Friday
January 31, 2014
Economist predicts steady growth
The message Friday from economist Bill Watkins to Central Oregon’s business community was simple and reserved: Expect continued improvement in the local economy but don’t expect fireworks.
Published in: Bend Bulletin ( view article )

Thursday
January 30, 2014
'A quiet giant'
Helen Olson, whose unexpected leadership helped transform a fledgling Cal Lutheran University into a thriving institution, died of natural causes Jan. 18 at the age of 100.
Published in: Acorn ( view article )

Wednesday
January 29, 2014
Prodding Congress to play ball on immigration
Experts agree, if there is any way to unlock the immigration stalemate in Washington, Esther Olavarria and Rebecca Tallent just might find it, writes CLU professor emerita Beverly Kelley.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Tuesday
January 28, 2014
Jacoby happy with Regal decision
Chelsea Jacoby’s outlook has brighten considerably at Cal Lutheran.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Monday
January 27, 2014
A third world (fiscal) prescription
If a community can establish a reputation for telling businesses exactly what they need to do for approval, and then quickly approving conforming requests, it can gain more than its share of businesses abandoning declining cities, writes California Lutheran University economist Bill Watkins.
Published in: San Fernando Valley Business Journal ( view article )

Sunday
January 26, 2014
Crescenta Valley High alumnus Coltrane Powdrill powering Cal Lutheran
The former All-Area Player of the Year had a somewhat prolific night Wednesday evening as his Kingsmen hosted Chapman University in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game.
Published in: Glendale News-Press ( view article )

Sunday
January 26, 2014
The end of a journey
A cancer-stricken professor who looked at the certainty of his death as a journey and an opportunity was remembered Saturday for his love, teaching and acceptance of his fate.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Wednesday
January 22, 2014
Pair left mark at CLU
Two women who figured prominently in the history of California Lutheran University have died.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Tuesday
January 21, 2014
Smith's 3-point buzzer beater delivers victory for Kingsmen
Arik Smith wanted a shot at redemption.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Sunday
January 19, 2014
Privacy, spying and their impact on the 2016 race
It’s unlikely President Barack Obama's proposed changes will be enough to make the controversy over the government's spying programs go away, and the power of the NSA could end up being the most defining issue of the 2016 presidential election, writes CLU alumnus Matthew Craffey.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Sunday
January 19, 2014
Seeing through their eyes
Alexa Boldt spent the last six months of 2013 helping charitable organizations in Kenya communicate with their supporters and the public, then helping middle school students speak without saying a word.
Published in: The Dalles Chronicle ( view article )

Wednesday
January 15, 2014
Social media growth spurs language revolution
Social media has goosed the growth of the Urban Dictionary more than any other factor, writes CLU professor emerita Beverly Kelley.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Tuesday
January 14, 2014
Stone steps into leadership role for CLU basketball
Junior point guard Natalie Stone took advantage of basketball coach Lindsay Goldblatt’s open-door policy early and often once Goldblatt was hired.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Tuesday
January 14, 2014
Veterans returning to college
Jenn Zimmerman, the veterans coordinator at California Lutheran University, is a U.S. Navy veteran and founder of CLU’s Military Veterans Club who is uniting veteran students and helping them understand the GI Bill educational benefits.
Published in: LA Talk Radio ( view article )

Sunday
January 12, 2014
All-County College Fall Female Athlete of the Year: Kylie McLogan
The Cal Lutheran outside hitter wanted to leave with no regrets, and fell only a few points shy of a perfect ending.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Sunday
January 12, 2014
New seminary dean brings wide range of experience, global perspective
The new dean of Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary has led congregations, taught at seminaries nationwide and worked as a director at the Lutheran World Federation in Geneva.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Sunday
January 12, 2014
Students get help on academics, life issues
About 60 kindergarten through 12th-grade students were treated to a sampling of diverse subjects during a youth summit Saturday launched by the Channel Islands chapter of Links Inc.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Tuesday
January 7, 2014
Balanced attack leading men's basketball team
In past seasons, the Cal Lutheran men’s basketball team would largely rely on one or two players to produce on offense.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Tuesday
January 7, 2014
College students from Ventura County spending winter break helping in Haiti
A dozen students from California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks are in Haiti for nearly three weeks, helping some poor villages rebuild in the wake of a deadly 2010 earthquake.
Published in: KCLU ( view article )

Sunday
January 5, 2014
Girl Scouts get geared up for cookie sales
An event, hosted by California Lutheran University, drew Girl Scouts from Ventura, Thousand Oaks, Oxnard, Newbury Park, Simi Valley, Camarillo and Moorpark.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Thursday
January 2, 2014
2014 forecast
Local experts, including California Lutheran University professors Bill Watkins and Herb Gooch, weighed in on what they predict the next year will have for us — some good, some bad, some completely expected.
Published in: Ventura County Reporter ( view article )

Thursday
January 2, 2014
CLU students lend a hand in Haiti
A Haitian village is due to receive a water filtration system and other aid from student volunteers from Cal Lutheran University and Hands of Light in Action, a nonprofit that helps people in need, especially those affected by natural disasters.
Published in: Acorn ( view article )

Wednesday
January 1, 2014
Flying high in 2014? Chances not looking good
Over the years, Popular Mechanics continued to publish annual prognostications by scientists, inventors and other visionaries, writes CLU professor emerita Beverly Kelley.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

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