Volcano ID'd as culprit in cooling event

A new California Lutheran University faculty member is the lead author of a study published today that helps solve a scientific mystery about the cause of a pronounced period of global cooling in the sixth century.

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Int'l admissions director honored for work

California Lutheran University’s director of international admission received the Distinguished Service Award from the International Association for College Admission Counseling (IACAC).

Expert examines college retention for men

A California Lutheran University faculty member co-authored a just-released book on addressing the difficulties that men from underrepresented groups encounter in college, and he will discuss the topic during a livestreamed interview next week.

Festival features 'Richard II' for first time

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company will present “Richard II” for the first time in its history this summer, with women playing many of the traditional male roles.

KCLU journalist wins 5th national award

KCLU Radio News Director Lance Orozco will receive his fifth national award for excellence in journalism on June 21 in Washington, D.C.

Shakespeare festival starts with comedy

The 23rd Annual Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival will start on a light note with a staging of the comedy "The Merry Wives of Windsor."

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Lacrosse goals

Swept up in the sport’s rapid West Coast expansion, the university assembles a Regals squad for spring 2020.

Voyage to Phobos, moon of Mars!

Under constant watch, a crew of four navigates space from Houston. Will Rod Borgie ’93 conquer fear and the unknown?

Science building's bones

Who watches the clock all day, but never grows impatient? Who stands still when the ground shakes? The Swenson Science Center, soon to be the largest and most advanced building on campus.

Not in Kansas

Darrin Peschka is the second consecutive MPPA graduate to run the Ventura County Star's newsroom, and the first woman.

Men missing, not all gone fishing

The original beneficiaries of college, men now lag behind women in enrollment, and the gap is gradually widening. But a 50-50 gender balance wouldn’t address deeper issues, says associate professor of counselor education Dan Tillapaugh.

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