Show tells of woman's life with disease

A Thousand Oaks resident will tell her story of living with brittle bone disease in a one-woman show featuring humor and music at California Lutheran University.

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Cal Lutheran Wind Ensemble to perform

The California Lutheran University Wind Ensemble will present its annual spring concert on Friday, March 10.

Scholar to discuss 'The Modern Presidency'

A political historian will discuss “The Modern Presidency” at California Lutheran University on Wednesday, March 8.

Brainwave-to-speech system under study

A California Lutheran University faculty member has received a $67,000 grant to assess whether a new brain-computer interface can efficiently help nonverbal people to speak.

Father-daughter IndieU founders to speak

The father-and-daughter team that launched an online platform for independent musicians will speak at the next California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast.

Award-winning cellist to present concert

An award-winning cellist and California Lutheran University music lecturer will present a faculty recital on Saturday, March 4.

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Real monkeys wear shoulder pads

Biologist Anita Stone has returned frequently since 2000 to her own northern region of Brazil to watch squirrel monkeys in the forest. The females there pick their mates, and appear to have a weakness for bulked-out upper bodies.

They save for school

For more than a decade, men’s and women’s water polo players at Cal Lutheran have turned to lifeguarding to offset the costs of study. Some of them go on after college to seasonal side careers. They never look at a beach the same way again.

Great work of our time

As the Reformation turns 500, some see the climate crisis as cause for a new one.

Scenes from a life unscripted

One of six TV shows on the slate of executive producer Jimmy Fox '04, United Shades of America was nominated for an Emmy this year and renewed for a second season.

All my children

Having a son truly has helped me find empathy for people, including my little girl and boy characters from Japanese cartoons.

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