Cal Lutheran receives $1M to help pastors

California Lutheran University has been awarded nearly $1 million from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help pastors and church leaders throughout 14 Western states avoid burnout and thrive in their ministries.

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Award-winning student film to be shown

An award-winning film that a California Lutheran University student helped produce will be shown on campus at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, on the Thousand Oaks campus.

Students present D&D dramatic comedy

California Lutheran University’s Theatre and Dance Department is presenting free performances of a dramatic comedy set within a game of Dungeons & Dragons. 

Generous Cal Lutheran donor dies

James Swenson, one of California Lutheran University’s most generous donors and a longtime regent, died Oct. 5 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. 

Female music pros to discuss their careers

A panel of prominent women in the music industry will discuss their diverse careers and their views on the changing face of the music industry during a free public event at California Lutheran University.

Urbane Cafe CEO to speak at Cal Lutheran

The founder of Urbane Cafe and two other California Lutheran University alumni will share their paths to success at an event designed to help students connect with business leaders.

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Open space

The Inside-Out Prison Exchange program brings college students and inmates together as peers and helps both groups to find their voices.

School for headliners

Producers are artists and stars in the modern music industry, with business acumen.

Staying alive

Jackson slowly found the footing to pursue his passions, including his charitable his Heroes and Zeroes Initiative.

Leave the Bentley, take the degree

A case study in both grit and gratitude, Allison Clago ’18 began her undergraduate work at Cal Lutheran 38 years ago. Instead of satisfying whims, she’s repaid debts with loads of interest.

Common charity

A native of India who has worked in Dubai and Washington, D.C., assistant professor of management Sabith Khan sees answers to American problems in our acts of generosity.

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