Youth leadership efforts to be discussed

A nonprofit leader who has spent his career working to improve underprivileged communities will discuss his current work in Los Angeles at the California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series in Woodland Hills.

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Cal Lutheran president to step down

After leading California Lutheran University through more than a decade of growth and success, President Chris Kimball has decided to step down at the end of the academic year.

State's former poet laureate to read verse

A free Oct. 23 event at California Lutheran University will feature a reading and lecture by California’s most recent poet laureate and a choral performance of one of his poems.

Book gives voice to 10 autistic authors

Ten nonspeaking people with autism explain how they found their voices through alternative communication methods in a new book edited by the director of the Autism and Communication Center at California Lutheran University.

Events to mark KCLU's 25th anniversary

KCLU Radio will mark the 25th anniversary of its launch with events in Santa Barbara and Thousand Oaks

Cal Lutheran students to present research

More than 60 of California Lutheran University’s top undergraduates will present their findings at the 16th Annual Student Research Symposium on Saturday, Oct. 12.

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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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