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CLU to launch women's lacrosse team in '20
Cameron Mendez saw the news and had to compose herself.
Published: April 19, 2018 - Ventura County Star

Even the valley hurt by tariffs
It has been accurately noted that economists don’t agree on much, writes California Lutheran University faculty member Matthew Fienup.
Published: April 16, 2018 - San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Nonprofit homemaker
So how exactly does Many Mansions — a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping low-income residents rebound from or avoid poverty by providing quality housing at below-market rents — find "mansions" in this real estate market?
Published: April 16, 2018 - San Fernando Valley Business Journal

South Coast college professor and students produce documentary on California's drought
A documentary on California’s historic drought produced by a South Coast college professor and his students will be screened this week.
Published: April 16, 2018 - KCLU

VCs trust Pray.com with $14M
Pray.com grew out of the startup incubator and resource center Hub101 at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks and recently relocated to Santa Monica.
Published: April 16, 2018 - San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Summerville High superintendent to retire
Robert Griffith on Friday announced his retirement after five years as Summerville Union High School District superintendent.
Published: April 14, 2018 - Union Democrat

Don't let history repeat itself with a trade war
A rise in nationalistic political leaders can be seen in every part of the world, writes Jamshid Damooei with California Lutheran University.
Published: April 13, 2018 - Pacific Coast Business Times

An unflinching look at Asperger's
George Steeves' obsession with entertainment began soon after he was born.
Published: April 12, 2018 - Thousand Oaks Acorn

Urgent call: Family seeks kidney donor for Moorpark woman
Diagnosed with kidney disease two decades ago at age 6, Cal Lutheran University graduate Allison Himber thought she was finally free of it after receiving a transplant five years ago.
Published: April 12, 2018 - Thousand Oaks Acorn

Youth football hopefuls pick up tricks of trade at Okinawa camp
Gazing critically at the youngsters dodging and cutting - and at times slipping - between tackling dummies, the former Cal Lutheran college football receiver called a halt to the cutting-and-catching drills and gathered them together.
Published: April 7, 2018 - Stars and Stripes Okinawa

Ebell leads HOF class
Sports and football can impart valuable lessons, particularly if you're in a high-risk profession like law enforcement.
Published: April 6, 2018 - Ventura County Star

Urgent call: Family seeks kidney donor for Moorpark woman
Diagnosed with kidney disease two decades ago at age 6, Cal Lutheran University graduate Allison Himber thought she was finally free of it after receiving a transplant five years ago.
Published: April 6, 2018 - Moorpark Acorn

CLU students and alumni take stage
More than 10 acts will bring a variety of musical genres to this year's CalLuPalooza, California Lutheran University’s annual music get-together that will take place Friday in Kingsmen Park on the campus in Thousand Oaks.
Published: April 5, 2018 - Ventura County Star

Los Cerritos stands apart at county science fair
Nearly 1,000 projects were on display last month during the first county science fair to be held at Cal Lutheran University.
Published: April 5, 2018 - Thousand Oaks Acorn

CLU class goes behind bars
A class taught by Schannae Lucas of California Lutheran University is the first college class inside a Ventura County jail for both incarcerated and traditional students.
Published: April 4, 2018 - Ventura County Star

Workers leave as economy stagnates
Once a global economic powerhouse, California's economy is slowing to the point that it may be no better than the national average.
Published: April 3, 2018 - Ventura County Star

Delicate shades: Chris Jackson, Lionshare Partners
Chris Jackson, founder and chief executive of Lionshare Partners financial planning firm, knows from experience that many potential clients are surprised when an athletic, 6-foot-4-inch, 240-pound, 35-year-old walks into the room.
Published: April 2, 2018 - Los Angeles Business Journal

Groundwater well workshop on new meter rules
With new rules in play requiring automated meters for many local agricultural wells, a workshop is being held Tuesday afternoon in Oxnard on the metering program and financial incentives available for farmers.
Published: April 2, 2018 - Ventura County Star

Follow these tips to be a great change agent
Calling yourself a change agent is cool, writes California Lutheran University MBA Director Sumantra Sengupta.
Published: March 30, 2018 - Pacific Coast Business Times

Teacher appreciation: Kurt Guemmer extends work to 'everything on campus'
History, government and economics teacher Kurt Guemmer goes beyond this norm at Pioneer High School by tacking on advisory work for two clubs, handling tech support and even leading a twice-yearly tour of students through Europe.
Published: March 30, 2018 - Daily Democrat

Acting chief will fill gap for harbor in Oxnard
Ventura resident Suzy Watkins has been named acting director of the county agency that manages Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard.
Published: March 23, 2018 - Ventura County Star

South Coast university study shows growth in forecast for U.S. economy, but still hurt by regulation
A new report from a South Coast university says corporate tax reform will help boost the state and national economies later this year.
Published: March 23, 2018 - KCLU

Teaching tech in the classroom
Carolyn Alexander, who was recently named Educator of the Year by the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce, helps integrate technology into the classroom for the Pleasant Valley School District.
Published: March 23, 2018 - Camarillo Acorn

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