Archive for the ‘Features’ Category


Crushing on grapes

Crushing on grapes

The business of wine exerts a powerful pull on those who go near it.

Wine’s a marvel. The Bible tells me so.

Wine’s a marvel. The Bible tells me so.

Knowledge of winemaking comes in very handy in my work as a pastor, which really shouldn’t come as a surprise.

The commencements of Fortunate Hove

The commencements of Fortunate Hove

For a girl exposed to all of the dangers of war, education meant everything. That much has not changed since she left Zimbabwe.

How three Kingsmen got their colors

How three Kingsmen got their colors

Soccer and Cal Lutheran have made a difference to lifelong teammates who first donned the jerseys at age 8. Each is the first in his family to attend college.

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.

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.

Back in the fold

Back in the fold

At a time when the Lutheran church is rethinking what pastors do and where to look for them, a seminary in Berkeley is set to become the newest CLU graduate school. This spells a return to alma mater for a few current students – and promises new approaches to education.

True grit: Why we need athletes

True grit: Why we need athletes

This year, CLU alumni reached extraordinary heights in sports that are all about determination, belief and hard work. Their stories are reminders of what we love about athletes and why we want them to succeed.