Co-creator of new Fox series to speak

An award-winning screenwriter and director will speak at California Lutheran University two weeks after her new television series is slated to debut.

Cal Lutheran hosts conference on integrity

California Lutheran University will shine a spotlight on academic integrity during a conference in April. 

Arete to conclude 8th season on April 2

Arete Vocal Ensemble will conclude its eighth season with a concert featuring music of the great 20th century French composer Francis Poulenc.

Scandinavian Festival returns after hiatus

After a one-year hiatus, one of the largest Nordic festivals in the western United States will return to California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on April 1 and 2.

Rector named to help guide seminary

A Chicago professor, ordained pastor and community organizer will serve as the first rector of Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary of California Lutheran University.

Student acts to perform in CalLuPalooza

The fourth annual CalLuPalooza will showcase the musical talent of California Lutheran University students on Saturday, April 22.

Students present play festival as capstone

The theater arts capstone class at California Lutheran University will present a collection of short plays as their final project.

Cal Lutheran names dean of arts, sciences

An expert in the political behavior of women, immigrants and communities of color will be the next dean of California Lutheran University’s College of Arts and Sciences.

Cal Lutheran Choir kicks off spring tour

The California Lutheran University Choir will take its annual Spring Choral Concert to three Midwestern states before a final performance at home.

German film next in international festival

California Lutheran University will screen the 2001 German film “Advertising Rules!” on Thursday, March 16, as part of its International Film Festival.

Tea to support students, faculty projects

The California Lutheran University Community Leaders Association will hold its seventh annual Hats and High Tea to raise money for student scholarships and educational grants in March.

Show tells of woman's life with disease

A Thousand Oaks resident will tell her story of living with brittle bone disease in a one-woman show featuring humor and music at California Lutheran University.

Cal Lutheran Wind Ensemble to perform

The California Lutheran University Wind Ensemble will present its annual spring concert on Friday, March 10.

Scholar to discuss 'The Modern Presidency'


A political historian will discuss “The Modern Presidency” at California Lutheran University on Wednesday, March 8.

Brainwave-to-speech system under study

A California Lutheran University faculty member has received a $67,000 grant to assess whether a new brain-computer interface can efficiently help nonverbal people to speak.

Father-daughter IndieU founders to speak

The father-and-daughter team that launched an online platform for independent musicians will speak at the next California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast.

Award-winning cellist to present concert

An award-winning cellist and California Lutheran University music lecturer will present a faculty recital on Saturday, March 4.

Nazi persecution of gays topic of lecture

A theologian will discuss state-sponsored persecution of sexual minorities in Nazi Germany at California Lutheran University on Thursday, Feb. 23.

Expert will discuss the future of food

Food systems of the future and the ethical questions they raise will be the topic of free lectures at California Lutheran University.

Film features Camarillo actor as Churchill

California Lutheran University will present a free screening of a film about Sir Winston Churchill on Thursday, Feb. 16.

Documentary follows LGBT theater troupe

California Lutheran University will present a free screening of a documentary about a LGBT theater troupe and their stories of love on Wednesday, Feb. 15.

Poet to give free reading at Cal Lutheran

Poet Angela Peñaredondo will read and discuss her work at California Lutheran University on Wednesday, Feb. 15.

Cantor will mix Jewish comedy with music

Cantor Kenny Ellis will perform a mix of comedy and music in honor of Holocaust survivor Clara Knopfler at California Lutheran University on Tuesday, Feb. 14.

Symposium explores Reformation impact

A two-year focus on the Protestant Reformation in celebration of its 500th anniversary will continue when the Nordic Spirit Symposium returns to California Lutheran University in February.

Grief explored in short theatrical bursts

The California Lutheran University Theatre Arts Department will present a production that plays to shortened attention spans with 42 scenes, some no longer than 25 seconds.

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