CLU in the News Archive

August 2008

Publish Date
August 31, 2008
CLU takes it to VC at scrimmage
In a controlled scrimmage with no official statistics kept, Cal Lutheran defeated Ventura College 20-9 on Saturday morning at Ventura College.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

August 29, 2008
KCLU expands to Santa Barbara
Ventura County's only public radio station is getting a second voice in a new city.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

August 25, 2008
Sexual diseases subject of book
Sociology professor Adina Nack wrote "Damaged Goods? Women Living with Incurable Sexually Transmitted Diseases," which was released July 31.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

August 21, 2008
Wal-Mart gives back
California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks received a $100,000 Wal-Mart grant from the Council of Independent Colleges.
Published in: Ventura County Reporter ( view article )

August 18, 2008
Curtain falls on CLU's Little Theatre
With only a few weeks left before demolition, alumni and faculty gathered Sunday to mourn the passing of California Lutheran University's Little Theatre after 43 years.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

August 17, 2008
Low income? Average grades? College awaits
College Summit, which held a recent workshop at California Lutheran University, says all students should expect higher education and helps them apply.
Published in: Los Angeles Times ( view article )

August 13, 2008
Cal Lutheran buys local radio station
KCLU, a community radio station based at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks and heard primarily in cars throughout the city of Santa Barbara and Montecito at 102.3 FM, will soon have a much larger presence in south Santa Barbara County.
Published in: Santa Barbara Daily Sound ( view article )

August 7, 2008
Woman earns doctorate despite medical challenges
Studying for a doctorate is challenging enough, but Barbara Semel Parkhurst of Oak Park earned her degree at the same time she was undergoing multiple surgeries for a near fatal brain aneurysm.
Published in: Acorn ( view article )

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