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Cal Lutheran offering hospitality degree

California Lutheran University will offer a bachelor’s degree in hospitality and tourism management, the only one available from a private institution in Southern California, starting in the fall semester.

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Exhibiting painter presents workshop, film

An artist who was raised Jewish in predominantly Hindu and Muslim India and educated in Catholic and Zoroastrian schools will share her art, lead a painting workshop and show a documentary on her life at California Lutheran University.

Conejo Valley maestro Elmer Ramsey dies

After spending more than half a century bringing concerts to the Conejo Valley and guiding generations of musicians, Elmer Ramsey died at his Thousand Oaks home Friday following a short illness.

Cal Lutheran to break ground for building

The public is invited to the groundbreaking for California Lutheran University’s $30 million science center at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 23.

Local teacher to be honored at conference

A Conejo Valley teacher will be honored Saturday when educators from throughout Southern California come together to share the best practices in professional development schools.

Cal Lutheran teaching new class inside jail

A California Lutheran University professor is teaching the first college class inside a Ventura County jail for both incarcerated and traditional students. 

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In the line of wildfires

As business majors and college athletes in the 1990s, these two firefighters pictured themselves in other careers. Cal Lutheran helped to shape them into the people we needed in December.

Home and economics

Before December's wildfires destroyed hundreds of homes, housing affordability was a big issue in Ventura County, and alumni were looking for solutions.

Birds, cameras and travel go together. It's science.

Bird watchers flock to Ecuador, my current home, for the high density of species.

Straight to the story, through fire and mud

A community service of Cal Lutheran for 23 years, KCLU Radio promises its 130,000 weekly listeners the sounds and stories of the California Coast. News director Lance Orozco delivers, particularly when it counts.

Tales of gore

Assistant professor of history Sam Claussen’s new course on Vikings asks how a small population terrorized northern Europe and then embraced the conquered people’s cultures.

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