CLU in the News Archive

December 2010

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Friday
December 31, 2010
Leonarado da Vinci, great renaissance sage
Leonardo da Vinci, born in the middle of the 15th century, was the founder of modern science and an interpreter between nature and humans, writes CLU biologist Reese Halter.
Published in: The Huffington Post ( view article )

Friday
December 31, 2010
Solar powered fountain built by students at California Lutheran University
We’ve come across quite a few applications for solar energy before; so many that we’ve just lost count. Here’s one that has left a smile on our faces.
Published in: Greenlaunches.com ( view article )

Friday
December 31, 2010
Trees, bees and global warming
There are a number of important reasons why the Carmel Forest should mostly be allowed to rehabilitate itself, writes CLU biologist Reese Halter.
Published in: The Jerusalem Post ( view article )

Wednesday
December 29, 2010
CLU professor to show 'Digital Imagining'
Timothy Hengst began teaching digital illustration and graphics techniques in the CLU multimedia program in 2001.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Wednesday
December 29, 2010
CLU's partnership with T.O. school to be featured at conference.
A teaching partnership between California Lutheran University and a local middle school will be featured at a national conference this spring.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Monday
December 27, 2010
Focus Abroad
Thai students studying at California Lutheran University share their stories.
Published in: Focus Abroad (Thailand) ( view article )

Sunday
December 26, 2010
During Christmas, behold our mighty trees
It is indeed appropriate that the most recognized and celebrated day of the year — Christmas the birth of Christ — is also focused around trees, writes CLU biologist Reese Halter.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Friday
December 24, 2010
The California cheerleaders are at it again
State Treasurer Bill Lockyer and economist Stephen Levy published a piece in the Los Angeles Times that falsely argues that California doesn't really have any fundamental problems, writes
Published in: New Geography ( view article )

Thursday
December 23, 2010
Bill Watkins assesses the economy and the 2011 outlook
Bill Watkins helped give meaning to the economic recovery in Ventura County. The Director of CLU Center for Economic Research & Forecasting joined us to tell us what’s ahead for the Ventura economy in 2011.
Published in: KKZZ ( view article )

Wednesday
December 22, 2010
At Christmas and beyond: Trees keep on giving
It is indeed appropriate that the most recognized and celebrated day of the year -- Christmas -- the birth of Christ, is also focused around trees, writes CLU biologist Reese Halter.
Published in: The Huffington Post ( view article )

Wednesday
December 22, 2010
Shepherding Nativity play not for the meek
I’d like to take this opportunity to pay homage to all of the stout-hearted souls (mostly women) who enjoyed enough persistence and patience to tease Luke 2:1-20 out of a group of 5- or 6-year-olds, writes CLU communication professor Beverly Kelley.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Tuesday
December 21, 2010
Freshman making a splash
The Sacramento native has already set program records in the 100 breast stroke (1 minute, 1.07 seconds), 200 breast stroke (2:14.33) and 400 individual medley (4:21.59) events.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Monday
December 20, 2010
CA economy holding back nation
The latest cold water splashing comes from California Lutheran University’s Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) and its forecasts for the U.S. and California economies.
Published in: Cal Watchdog ( view article )

Sunday
December 19, 2010
Economist's forecasts leave no room for cheerleaders
Economist Bill Watkins is an old-school kind of prognosticator.
Published in: Los Angeles Daily News ( view article )

Friday
December 17, 2010
The science is in: save the whales, save the planet
Reports from the past couple of months indicate that in order to save the Earth whales must be protected, writes CLU biologist Reese Halter.
Published in: The Sydney Morning Herald ( view article )

Wednesday
December 15, 2010
California will suffer as the U.S. grows, forecast says
California's in trouble. We've heard it before and we hear it again in a forecast released Wednesday morning by California Lutheran University.
Published in: Los Angeles Times ( view article )

Wednesday
December 15, 2010
CLU seeks identity in wide-open SCIAC
The non-conference season has been like a scavenger hunt for the Cal Lutheran men’s basketball team.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Wednesday
December 15, 2010
CLU students engineer solar-powered fountain
Students in an introductory engineering class at California Lutheran University are building a solar-powered fountain that will decorate the Thousand Oaks campus.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Wednesday
December 15, 2010
Forecast: State's recovery will trail U.S.'s
California will continue to lag behind the rest of the country in recovering from the recession, with high unemployment expected through 2012, an economic forecast released today says.
Published in: Los Angeles Daily News ( view article )

Tuesday
December 14, 2010
'Tis the season to save the earth (and your money)
In addition to being ecologically sound, going green will save each family a couple thousand dollars a year, writes CLU biologist Reese Halter.
Published in: The Huffington Post ( view article )

Monday
December 13, 2010
If California is doing so great, why are so many leaving?
No fundamentalist evangelical speaks with more conviction or faith than a California cheerleader expounding on the economic benefits of environmental purity brought about by command and control regulation.
Published in: New Geography ( view article )

Friday
December 10, 2010
As tuition discounts climb, 3 private institutions try a different approach
California Lutheran, Centre College, and Notre Dame of Maryland have managed to buck the trend, lowering their discount rates while raising enrollment.
Published in: The Chronicle of Higher Education ( view article )

Friday
December 10, 2010
What whales are telling us about Earth
High-resolution photos and skin samples studied by scientists show sea mammals suffering sunburn while at the surface, writes CLU biologist Reese Halter.
Published in: The Vancouver Sun ( view article )

Thursday
December 9, 2010
CLU celebrates Scandinavian Festival of Santa Lucia
The Scandinavian Festival of Santa Lucia was celebrated Wednesday at California Lutheran University with a special chapel service and an award for the student who represented the martyr.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Wednesday
December 8, 2010
A sip of human kindness for those in need
The Canton resident that interests me the most is Sam Stone, writes CLU communication professor Beverly Kelley.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Tuesday
December 7, 2010
Global warming is undeniable
Apparently some politicians continue to deny that human beings are leaving an indelible footprint around the globe.
Published in: Santa Monica Daily Press ( view article )

Monday
December 6, 2010
Roster mostly intact from 19-win season
The Cal Lutheran women’s basketball team has players with plenty of game experience.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Sunday
December 5, 2010
CLU marks Kwanzaa before closing for holidays
The African-American festival of Kwanzaa was celebrated Saturday at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Sunday
December 5, 2010
Europe is heading in the right direction — Are we?
It appears that our friends from across the pond are already well ahead of us in reducing federal spending and balancing the budget, writes CLU graduate Matthew Craffey.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Friday
December 3, 2010
Expert supports routine HIV testing to halt spread of disease
Students at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks heard Thursday that routine testing of the sexually active population in Ventura County is the most effective tool to halt the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Thursday
December 2, 2010
The Korean breakdown
Dr. Haco Hoang of Cal Lutheran University talked this week with the VCReporter about the Korean conflict.
Published in: Ventura County Reporter ( view article )

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