Cal Lutheran receives $4.63M STEM grant

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded California Lutheran University a $4.63 million grant to support students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Chilean film starts international festival

California Lutheran University will open the fourth season of its International Film Festival with a free screening of an award-winning Chilean film.

Event connects students, business leaders

Business leaders are invited to connect with California Lutheran University students during the Mathews Leadership Forum on Thursday, Oct. 13.

Rising poet to share social justice works

A rising star on the national poetry scene will read and discuss his work at California Lutheran University on Oct. 12.

Exhibit designed to shift view of harems

Photographs designed to disrupt stereotypical views of harems will be on display from Oct. 10 through Nov. 3 at California Lutheran University.

Cal Lutheran presents autism conference

After more than 400 people from throughout the country flocked to California Lutheran University’s first autism conference early this year, a second event was organized for Saturday, Oct. 8.

Cal Lutheran crystal ball on economy is No. 2

The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) awarded second place in its annual most-accurate-forecast competition to two California Lutheran University economists.

Environmentalist to discuss global warming

An environmentalist will give a free public presentation at California Lutheran University as part of the First-Year Experience program.

Free performance explores Islamophobia

A friend of a Muslim victim of a fatal shooting will present a multimedia performance at California Lutheran University about the tragic incident.

Author of bestselling book on autism to speak

California Lutheran University will celebrate the opening of its Autism and Communication Center with a free public presentation by the author of an award-winning book on the history of autism.

NPR CEO Jarl Mohn to talk at KCLU event

The president and CEO of National Public Radio will speak at California Lutheran University on Friday, Sept. 16.

Rams' Kevin Demoff to speak to leaders

Kevin Demoff, the executive vice president of football operations and chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Rams, will discuss business and the NFL at the first event in the California Lutheran University 2016-2017 Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series.

Cal Lutheran is welcoming largest class

California Lutheran University is welcoming its largest freshman class.

Cal Lutheran to present 9/11 tribute

The 15-year anniversary of 9/11 will be marked with music, poetry and a multimedia presentation at California Lutheran University on Saturday, Sept. 10.

Cal Lutheran marks start of journey

California Lutheran University will welcome new students and faculty members during Opening Academic Convocation at 9:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 29, in Gilbert Arena.

String quartet to perform at Cal Lutheran

A newly formed string quartet featuring a Westlake Village couple will present a free concert on Aug. 27 in the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art at California Lutheran University.

Military sculpture reductions on display

An exhibit of small reproductions of giant military sculptures will open Aug. 26 in the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art at California Lutheran University.

Cal Lutheran exhibit focuses on clothing

An exhibit highlighting artists who incorporate cloth and clothing into their works will open Aug. 26 in the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art at California Lutheran University.

Events added, rescheduled for art exhibit

The closing date and reception for an exhibit of textile-based paintings at California Lutheran University have been moved up to Oct. 1 and a lecture by the artist has been added on Sept. 29.

Cal Lutheran receives $1.2M federal grant

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded California Lutheran University a $1.2 million grant to provide Ventura County’s only federal TRIO program serving middle school students.

Autism and Communication Center opens

Young people with autism who have difficulty speaking are discovering other methods to communicate, and California Lutheran University is starting a center to support them in the search.

Cal Lutheran to launch nonprofit center

California Lutheran University is launching a Center for Nonprofit Leadership to provide needed training for the region’s charities.

'Midsummer' to close 20th Kingsmen season

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company will close its 20th anniversary season with the popular comedy that opened its first season.

KCLU receives 6 AP and Murrow awards

Local National Public Radio affiliate KCLU received six regional awards from the Associated Press and the Radio Television Digital News Association, including news director Lance Orozco’s 10th Pat Davis Reporter of the Year honor.

Fan favorite kicks off 20th Kingsmen season

To celebrate the Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival’s 20th season and the 400th anniversary of the Bard of Avon’s death, the Kingsmen Shakespeare Company is kicking off the summer with a play that was one of the most popular with its audiences.


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