The next goal for the inventors of the Doodle Bug, which allows disabled students and arthritic adults to write easily with a pencil or crayon, is to bring their product cheaply to market.
Since the summer of 2008, about 70 CLU employees have gone on the University’s Lutheran Identity Travel Seminar, visiting sites in the former East Germany. Associate professor Marja Mogk, chair of the Department of English, gave reflections on this year’s two-week journey as the devotion at an October faculty meeting. They are edited and condensed here.
Ever since engineer Tim Schultz ’77 put KRCL student radio on the air in his last two years in college, he has been building and maintaining broadcast facilities for his alma mater as an unpaid volunteer.
“A good pastor just needs a four-wheel drive and skiff,” says the Rev. Shelley Wickstrom ’81, bishop of the Alaska Synod of the ELCA.
In the newest phase of sustainable gardening on campus, students and faculty members are building a Small Creatures Sanctuary, beginning with a home for honeybees.
More than 1,200 students earned bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees at the University’s Commencement ceremonies.
Knowing they would not make it back to California in time for the Undergraduate Commencement ceremony, seniors pulled gowns over their uniforms and traded ball caps for graduation caps.
CLU students are getting their hours in the veterinary field by working with Dr. Heather Skogerson of the county animal hospital.
Only four years after the church changed its policy on the ordination for gays in committed relationships, the Rev. Guy Erwin was elected to lead the Southwest California Synod for six years as bishop.
A speech that the late biology professor Barbara Collins gave at the 1991 Colloquium of Scholars Banquet could have been written in 2013.