Category Archives: Learning Beyond Campus

Experience, So Cal Style

Experience, So Cal Style

Over 300 Cal Lutheran students took on internships last year, gaining firsthand experi- ence and insight into future careers by working for a variety of local businesses. With Cal Lutheran’s location in the heart of Southern California, students have easy access to the entertainment companies … Read More

World Cup World Travel

World Cup World Travel

When thousands of rugby fans poured into New Zealand from around the world for the Rugby World Cup last fall, among their ranks were five Cal Lutheran students, four of which are CLU rugby players, who combined a semester abroad with their love of the … Read More


World of Words

Taking advantage of the University’s prime So Cal location, over 200 CLU students threw themselves into internships this past year, gaining career experience in industries as varied as finance, law, media, and science. Several English majors in particular took on some fascinating opportuni- ties—demonstrating the … Read More

Three CLU students they take in Marie Antoinette’s gardens at Versailles.

Ten Americans in Paris

Ten CLU students studied in Paris this fall and spent a semester at the American Business School as part of the CLU Program in France. Taking business courses and living with host families, they gained perspective into international business, improved their language skills, and experienced … Read More

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Land Of The Mapuche

Famed for its mountains, glaciers, indigenous history, and lengthy geography (almost 3,000 miles from north to south), the South American nation of Chile hosted three CLU study abroad students during Fall term. In Valparaiso and Vina del Mar, students spent the semester living with Chilean … Read More


Not-So-Mad Scientists

From biochemistry to tissue engineering, CLU’s science programs are among the strongest around. They combine innovative faculty and a wide range of funded student research opportunities, like the Swenson summer research grants. Add to this the grad- school-like atmosphere in which undergrads use the latest … Read More

The ancient Kasuga Taisha shinto shrine in Nara, near Osaka, beckons both tourists and pilgrims to enter its gates.

Journey Across Japan

Temples and tea in a neon world


Interns Up at Bat

Taking a swing at sporting internships