All Upcoming Events
Print+ emphasizes the significance of showcasing artwork within an inclusive, diverse environment.
Why is an Italian saint from the fourth century adored by Scandinavians? Come to the Celebration of Lights to find the answer.
This two-part lecture will consider the historical basis of the Christmas holiday and how it developed over time.
The competition, presented by the School of Management’s Sports Management program, is designed for students to comprehend how sport organizations’ brand value can drive sustainable innovation.
Join pastors, deacons, coaches, spiritual directors, Church and Synod staff and lay leaders to share sacred space online with spiritual practices as you lead through the often busy and hectic season of Advent.
The Cal Lutheran Mariachi Ensemble will perform classics from the mariachi repertoire.
Downtown Los Angeles
The School of Management is going to downtown, Los Angeles on our first Business School on Rails trip.
University organist Adan Fernández presents a 30-minute organ recital featuring works by composers from the Baroque to Modern periods.
Celebrate the next generation of dance artists in a production choreographed and performed by students.
The singers of Areté present music from George Frederic Handel’s timeless classic Messiah.
Wyant Morton will conduct.
Throughout this enlightening lecture, we'll unravel the intricate connections between resilience, the aging process and the transformative effects of physical activity and cognitive engagement.
Join us for a panel discussion on the impact of Al on companies, geopolitics and diplomatic decision-making in the US, Europe and Austria.
We will look at the lives of these “art saviors,” current cases and the new Monuments Men and Women Foundation.
Join us for an evening of valuable insights: how to identify what drives you, what your values are, and how to be open to opportunity, failure and learning.
Join us to learn from notable keynote speaker Temple Grandin, university distinguished professor, award-winner and author of the book The Hidden Gifts of People Who Think in Pictures, Patterns, and Abstractions.