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CLU grad seeks to foster interfaith understanding on campus

Published: Fri January 5, 2018
Source: Acorn

Mohammed "Ezra" Humkar is responsible for representing the needs of Muslim students on campus and helping to create interfaith events.

Woman wounded in mass shooting makes return to Vegas

Published: Fri January 5, 2018
Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

It was Katrina Hannah's first time back in the city where she spent 19 days after the shooting recovering from a gunshot wound to the back. Family and friends accompanied her to provide support.

Faith leaders against anonymous shell companies

Published: Thu January 4, 2018
Source: Deseret News (Utah)

It is time to end the legal twilight zone where anonymous shell companies are used to protect criminals.

Aggies in hot pursuit of LSU defensive coordinator

Published: Wed January 3, 2018
Source: Houston Chronicle

Texas A&M is in the process of fishing Dave Aranda away from Baton Rouge to replace another coordinator from LSU.

Defensive coordinator Dave Aranda staying at LSU

Published: Wed January 3, 2018
Source: Houston Chronicle

Texas A&M has helped the LSU defensive coordinator get a nice raise. The Aggies tried luring Aranda away from Baton Rouge, La., this week.

Christmas on the couch

Published: Thu December 21, 2017
Source: 247sports

At St. Matthew's United Methodist Church in Newbury Park, lay minister Jack Doman knows that Christmas, traditionally a celebratory time for Christians marking their savior's birth, can be extremely difficult for some.

Principal Of The New West End Elementary School named

Published: Thu December 21, 2017
Source: AlexandriaNews (Va.)

Rachael Dischner has a master's degree in educational leadership from George Mason University and a certificate in special education from California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, California.

On the bookshelf

Published: Wed December 20, 2017
Source: Ventura County Reporter

Believing that children are never too young to learn to be kind and mindful, Jakie Rodriguez hopes to encourage this lesson with her debut children's book, The Santa Corner, this holiday season.

Texas hopes Herman knows path back to glory

Published: Fri December 15, 2017
Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

After playing wide receiver at Cal Lutheran and a year coaching at Texas Lutheran, UT head coach Tom Herman made his first stop in Austin as a Longhorns grad assistant.

HART interim CEO named

Published: Mon December 4, 2017
Source: WUSF

MPPA grad Jeffrey Seward has been named to lead the public transit service in the Tampa Bay area.

Moorpark College activities specialist helps any way she can

Published: Fri December 1, 2017
Source: 247sports

An inspiration and aid to students, Kristen Robinson has done a lot to be a positive influence on campus.

MBA grad aids CSUN Dreamers

Published: Tue November 28, 2017
Source: CSUN Today

Couple did undergraduate work at the Cal State university