CLU in the News Archive

July 2014

Publish Date
Stories
Wednesday
July 23, 2014
CLU student studies antibiotic resistance in waterways
Danielle Montoya, 20, of Oxnard, is spending her summer collecting water samples from a wastewater treatment plant in Thousand Oaks and testing them to find out how genes may be contributing to antibiotic resistance in bacteria.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Monday
July 21, 2014
Antony and Cleopatra - All hail the queen
When one thinks of productions of Antony and Cleopatra, one immediately thinks of the actresses that have played the Egyptian beauty in productions past. Add one more to the list...Cynthia Beckert with the Kingsmen Shakespeare Company.
Published in: Broadway World ( view article )

Saturday
July 19, 2014
Cal Lutheran instructor picked to fill Winkler seat
Saugus School Board members picked David Powell from a field of 16 applicants to fill a vacant board seat Friday.
Published in: SCVTV ( view article )

Saturday
July 19, 2014
CLU festival to feature 'Antony and Cleopatra'
The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company will perform "Antony and Cleopatra" for the first time during the annual Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Friday
July 18, 2014
Rarely performed work by Shakespeare being staged in Ventura County with modern twist
The Kingsman Shakespeare Company is staging “Antony and Cleopatra” for the first time in the Thousand Oaks based theater company’s nearly two-decade long history.
Published in: KCLU ( view article )

Thursday
July 17, 2014
Oh, snap!
This Friday in Thousand Oaks, NPR's Glynn Washington will share his experience growing up in a religious apocalyptic cult, moving to Japan to put some distance between himself and his previous life, plus the trials and tribulations of bringing "Snap Judgment" to the airwaves.
Published in: Ventura County Reporter ( view article )

Sunday
July 13, 2014
CLU pushes students to connect globally
California Lutheran University wants more students to study abroad, saying that living in another country gives them a global perspective they need in today’s world.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Sunday
July 13, 2014
Researchers studying whether pesticide exposure affects farmworkers' brain health
Three Cal Lutheran University researchers are getting closer to finding out whether there are pesticides in Oxnard fields and if the chemicals may be affecting the laborers.
Published in: California Health Report ( view article )

Friday
July 11, 2014
The California economy: A strength vs weakness breakdown
The problem with analyzing California's economy — or with assessing its vigor — is that there is not one California economy, writes California Lutheran University economist Bill Watkins.
Published in: New Geography ( view article )

Thursday
July 10, 2014
The California economy: When vigor and frailty collide
California is a place of extremes, writes California Lutheran University economist Bill Watkins.
Published in: New Geography ( view article )

Thursday
July 10, 2014
Twelfth Night
From the moment the fool Feste (Michael Faulkner) and his acoustic guitar stroll into the evening air and onto the Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival’s outdoor stage, this adaptation of Shakespeare’s story is accessible and technically beautiful.
Published in: Ventura County Reporter ( view article )

Tuesday
July 8, 2014
CLU students spend summer researching mating habits in lizards
If a male lizard loses his tail, will he be less attractive to female lizards?
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Sunday
July 6, 2014
A running start
Melissa Skiba is The Star's All-County College Female Athlete of the Spring.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Sunday
July 6, 2014
Wesley Thompson, St. Mary's
Wesley Thompson was a star defensive back for the Rams and will play football at California Lutheran University.
Published in: Stockton Record ( view article )

Friday
July 4, 2014
A 'Night' of Shakespearean whimsy
Opening in a speak-easy and getting an extra few kicks with flappers and the Charleston, Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival’s “Twelfth Night” is a happy reflection of the Bard’s whimsical alternate title, “What You Will.”
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Thursday
July 3, 2014
#TheBeautiful
Incited (or inspired) by the Coca Cola commercial, a current exhibition of contemporary images of America at CLU’s William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art is an exploration of the meaning of the now infamous hashtag and its repercussions for 15 participating artists.
Published in: Ventura County Reporter ( view article )

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