Adjunct faculty member Joseph Peeples showcases the 2,109-pipe Borg Petersen Memorial Organ in 30-minute recitals on the second Friday of each month.
Biomythography: Currency Exchange, a multimedia exhibition by contemporary artists from Costa Rica, Southern California and elsewhere, investigates multiple forms of currency and the ways in which they are encoded in today’s culture. An artists' reception will be held at 6 p.m. Dec. 2.
This "convergence of different languages" in art coming from Paraguay is curated by representational artist Hernán Miranda. Media include oil, acrylic, charcoal and graphite, and sculptures in bronze and glass.
Swenson Center for the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Room 101
Part of Ventura County’s annual observance of World AIDS Day, this three-part program invites everyone to consider HIV/AIDS not just as a medical issue, but as a social justice issue.
Welcome the holiday season with this special musical gift, featuring a narrated performance of Christmas music guaranteed to put you in the holiday mood.
In this Christmas season tradition dating to 16th-century Mexico, students playing Mary and Joseph travel by donkey through campus looking for shelter.
The Hillel Club holds its traditional Hanukkah party with fun activities and a social justice theme.
Grant Brimhall Library Community Room
Over six lectures – three in fall and three in spring – Cal Lutheran history professors will explore the collapse of Ancient Egypt, the Persian Empire, the Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire, as well as the Black Death and the end of the European order.
The tradition of Sankta Lucia, brought to America by Swedish immigrants, has been part of the university’s holiday celebrations since its early years.
Seventy-six years after the bombing of Pearl Harbor drew the U.S. into World War II, there aren’t many left to bear witness to the heroism and hope of veterans. Join us to hear the words of Len Zerlin as he recounts his experiences serving in Europe.