Clothing swap highlights exhibit message

California Lutheran University is hosting a free clothing swap in conjunction with an art exhibit that examines the harmful effects of fast fashion.

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Cal Lutheran, MATES form unique alliance

California Lutheran University and Meadows Arts and Technology Elementary School (MATES) have formed a unique partnership to provide undergraduates with more fieldwork opportunities and the public charter school staff and students with additional support and resources.

New options for Cal Lutheran commuters

At the request of commuter students, California Lutheran University is offering traditional undergraduate classes at off-campus centers for the first time this semester.

Cal Lutheran’s 'columbinus' is festival pick

California Lutheran University has been invited to stage "columbinus" at the Region VIII Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, a particularly meaningful honor after the Borderline shooting rocked the campus and curtailed the originally scheduled public performances.

CERF economists join WSJ survey group

California Lutheran University’s Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) has joined the select group of contributors to The Wall Street Journal’s Economic Forecasting Survey.

Middle schoolers put on path to college

California Lutheran University and Moorpark College are collaborating to provide local middle school students who may not be considering college with a pathway to a bachelor’s degree lined with substantial support and scholarships.

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The losses at tennis did not go to waste

Ventura County Superior Court Judge Ronda McKaig came to trust her own abilities during college, and not first of all in the classroom.

Biographer of the stars

As an observational stellar astrophysicist, assistant professor Mary Oksala uses telescopes located around the globe to tell the full life stories of the biggest, hottest stars.

Their journeys and ours

Under new scholarships, high-achieving undergraduates from foreign countries are broadening the range of perspectives on campus.

Quilts for humanity

"There’s so much color. It’s a powerful image of unity and diversity and love overcoming hate."

Mariachi Ensemble to make campus debut

Students devoted to the Mexican musical tradition will play on Thursday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Overton Hall.

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