World Class: Caroline Cottom ’64

World Class: Caroline Cottom ’64

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To win one of the greatest political fights of an era, Caroline Cottom learned…to love unconditionally.

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World Class: Al Stone ’64

World Class: Al Stone ’64

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By age 37, Al Stone had all the experience he needed to lend a hand as Managua, Nicaragua, responded to the devastating 1972 earthquake.

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World Class: Roger Anderson ’64

World Class: Roger Anderson ’64

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In more than 40 countries, Roger Anderson has listened well and helped organizations to develop their employees and adapt to change.

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Another look at pesticides, from every angle

Another look at pesticides, from every angle

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Cal Lutheran is bringing an array of tools to bear in its effort to understand the risks of exposure to chemicals on and around Ventura County farmland.

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Features

World Class: Caroline Cottom ’64

World Class: Caroline Cottom ’64

To win one of the greatest political fights of an era, Caroline Cottom learned…to love unconditionally.

Mar 10, 2014

Campus Highlights

Tradition has a future, say artists at major event

Tradition has a future, say artists at major event

An international group of about 375 people, many of them painters, sculptors and writers on art, descended on Ventura, Calif., March 2-5 for TRAC 2014: The Representational Art Conference.

Mar 10, 2014

Alumni News

Pets’ best friend

Pets’ best friend

Ideas for keeping infection in check made the animal shelter a better place and led to more adoptions.

Mar 10, 2014

Sports

CLU warms to ice hockey, again

CLU warms to ice hockey, again

Players on the CLU Knights club team came out of Southern California junior programs as well as countries known for ice hockey. In five years, the team has gone from a few guys learning skating and stick skills to the “real deal.”

Mar 10, 2014

Recent Articles

Pets’ best friend

Pets’ best friend

Ideas for keeping infection in check made the animal shelter a better place and led to more adoptions.

Tradition has a future, say artists at major event

Tradition has a future, say artists at major event

An international group of about 375 people, many of them painters, sculptors and writers on art, descended on Ventura, Calif., March 2-5 for TRAC 2014: The Representational Art Conference.

World Class: Caroline Cottom ’64

World Class: Caroline Cottom ’64

To win one of the greatest political fights of an era, Caroline Cottom learned…to love unconditionally.

World Class: Al Stone ’64

World Class: Al Stone ’64

By age 37, Al Stone had all the experience he needed to lend a hand as Managua, Nicaragua, responded to the devastating 1972 earthquake.

World Class: Roger Anderson ’64

World Class: Roger Anderson ’64

In more than 40 countries, Roger Anderson has listened well and helped organizations to develop their employees and adapt to change.

Four women, three days, every year

Four women, three days, every year

Four women who lived together in the Spanish House and went on their first trip together to San Francisco during the 1977 interim session have continued to meet each year for a three-day getaway.

Kingsmen trio guides Toreros

Kingsmen trio guides Toreros

The University of San Diego baseball program has had six West Coast Conference Championships and eight NCAA regional appearances since 2002, and a piece of the credit belongs to Cal Lutheran.

Marine, a helper at Fukushima, finds ‘slow lane’

Marine, a helper at Fukushima, finds ‘slow lane’

In civilian and military worlds, retired Marine Col. Tony White ’83 has always given his best.

Another look at pesticides, from every angle

Another look at pesticides, from every angle

Cal Lutheran is bringing an array of tools to bear in its effort to understand the risks of exposure to chemicals on and around Ventura County farmland.

Less coddling, more toddling

Less coddling, more toddling

To understand the epidemic of childhood obesity, assistant professor of exercise science Louise Kelly studies the physical activity of children between 12 and 36 months. Spoiler: there’s not enough of it.