Muslim college buys seminary campus

The hilltop property where a Lutheran seminary stood for 65 years before moving downtown will now house a Muslim college.

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Cal Lutheran receives $195,000 NSF grant

The National Science Foundation awarded two members of the California Lutheran University faculty a $195,000 grant to work with undergraduate students to research proteins that enable pathogenic bacteria to thrive.

Drug company chiefs to discuss biotech

Top executives of three drug development companies will discuss biotechnology at the first event in the California Lutheran University 2017-2018 Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series. 

Cal Lutheran undergrad numbers hit high

The fall semester begins this week at California Lutheran University, where the largest undergraduate student body to date will find a new $8 million William Rolland Art Center open for classes.

'Caesar' to go on after director's death

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company is mourning the unexpected death of John Slade, who was directing this summer’s production of “Julius Caesar,” but the show will go on with the festival’s founder stepping in to bring his colleague’s vision to the stage.

Grants fund Cal Lutheran student research

California Lutheran University has awarded grants to 30 undergraduate students so they can spend the summer researching questions ranging from why Brazilian squirrel monkeys wash their hands and feet in their urine to whether the gut bacteria in green sweat bees on Santa Rosa Island differ from that in those living on the mainland. 

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Ella Calame's rescue mission

Specialists in skin disorders don’t often get credit for saving lives. This one traveled a long way to do it.

Kingsmen ballplayers go fishing, catch NCAA championship

For the second time in the university’s NCAA journey and the third time in its history, a Cal Lutheran team takes a national championship, without a lot of stress.

Full count

Cal Lutheran may have just won its first national championship in baseball, but the program has a long and rich tradition.

Letter to alumni

You changed the way I taught, encouraging my own natural orientation to mentor the soul, not just the intellect or even the heart.

Zoo out there

The main campus is full of life, in more shapes than we knew. One recent graduate uses her spare time to document it.

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