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Scandinavian Festival slated April 6-7

The largest Nordic festival in Southern California will return to California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on April 6 and 7.

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Artists to transform Cal Lutheran concrete

Some of California’s most talented sidewalk artists will transform flat concrete pathways across California Lutheran University into colorful masterpieces on April 1 and 2.

International art gathering returns to Ventura

After traveling to the Netherlands in 2017 and Miami in 2018, The Representational Art Conference is returning to the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach, where two California Lutheran University faculty members launched it seven years ago. 

Hack-a-thon to seek autism solutions

Teams will compete to design the most creative solutions to challenges faced by people on the autism spectrum during a free event at California Lutheran University.

Clean-energy expert to speak at breakfast

A Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) executive who oversaw a four-county energy innovation initiative will speak at the next California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast.

Cal Lutheran to add film and TV major

California Lutheran University is launching a film and TV major in fall in response to strong student interest in related classes, activities and careers.

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New light on art

In a spring chemistry course, undergraduates are learning how to uncover forgeries, predict aging, attribute work to a specific artist, preserve ailing pieces and work with restorations.

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."

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