Events for May 2012

Project 24: One Day in the Life

Soiland Humanities Center

Multimedia students collect intriguing stories on three separate days from three places: the University (CLU24), the city of Thousand Oaks (TO24) and the metropolis of Los Angeles (LA24). Selections of their graphic design, photography and documentary videography will be on display.

Creative Concepts

Soiland Humanities Center

Members of the sophomore multimedia class develop their original ideas into engaging stories.

Salary Negotiations

Roth Nelson Room

Career Services Workshop

Find Your Face in History
Project Subway's Third Show This Season

Ullman Commons

Students were given one hour to composite their features upon the face of the world famous icon of their choice.

Exhibition: Senior Art Students

Kwan Fong Gallery

Exhibition of varied works by senior art students.

How to Get Your Kid into College
Straight talk for parents only

Lundring Events Center

"How to Get Your Kid into College" answers your questions about the college admission process. Panelists will discuss applications, financial aid, interviews, right fit, and other topics that will help you identify the most critical aspects of the decision-making process.

Reckoning with Torture
Memos and testimonies from the war on terror

Overton Hall

"Reckoning with Torture" provides CIA and prisoner perspectives on the war on terror. Presentation will be followed by a group dialog.

We Say Hi Day


We call it the CLU "Hi!” That warm welcome you get on campus as people pass by. It's such a defining cornerstone of our community that we designated an entire day to celebrate the experience.

Purple Pit Dedication/Sign the CLU Rocks
Seniors ONLY

Rolland Stadium

Join the Senior Pride Committee as we dedicate the Purple Pit in honor of our Senior Gift and then hike up to the CLU rocks to sign our names and leave our legacy! Don’t forget closed toe shoes and water!

CLU Strings Concert Featuring Mendelssohn's Octet

Samuelson Chapel

CLU string students and faculty will perform two monumental works, Mendelssohn’s Octet and Marcello’s Oboe Concerto featuring senior music major and oboist Sarah Ashley.