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Director debuts with Kingsmen festival

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company will kick off its 22nd year with its first staging of “The Two Noble Kinsmen” under the direction of a newcomer to the festival who has nearly 40 years of experience.

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KCLU journalist wins 4th national award

KCLU Radio News Director Lance Orozco received his fourth national award for excellence in journalism on Friday.

Shakespeare camp adds improv workshop

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company Summer Theatre Camp will offer a new twist in its 33rd year — an Improv workshop that provides an alternative to the scripted works of the Bard.

Cal Lutheran hosts free mariachi concert

California Lutheran University is presenting a free mariachi concert from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 24, to mark the launch of programs dedicated to the Mexican musical genre.

5 valedictorians in Cal Lutheran grad class

Five members of California Lutheran University’s Class of 2018 have been named valedictorians.

Refugee receives Cal Lutheran scholarship

A Syrian refugee will begin attending California Lutheran University in the fall as the first recipient of a scholarship started through the efforts of an alumna.

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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, 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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