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A fresh approach to the problem of intimate partner violence, pioneered at CLU’s community counseling clinics in Oxnard and Thousand Oaks, is helping survivors to navigate their relationships and leave the fear behind.
It’s up to Evan White ’06, a public relations wiz who counts Bill Cosby as a client, to make Viddy the brand name of smartphone video.
Essence Barton, a mountain bike racer, is beginning to feel the pressure of three consecutive collegiate national championships in the dual slalom.
When Ethel Beyer died last November at the age of 104, she left her estate and some fabulous clothes to benefit the performing arts on campus.
Biology professor Barbara Collins chose her direction in life and has shown almost 50 years of CLU students how to do likewise.
Senior Cortney Jordan takes three silvers and a bronze at the London Paralympics, matching her haul from 2008.
How did one basketball coach have such a profound effect on CLU athletes in five seasons? And why did Michael Jordan and the NBA take so long to hire him?
Jesse Sylvia, the last player to go bust at poker’s world championship early on Oct. 31, got to satisfy his craze over numbers for (count ’em) four years as a math major at CLU.
Under the leadership of lecturer Valeria Makarova, MBA ’08, a biophysicist who has conducted research on renewable energy, the School of Management program has added a professional track to teach what environmental sustainability means in the workplace.
Undergraduates set out on a three-year project to understand the experience of college students and recent graduates whose immigration status stands between them and their future.