Posts Tagged ‘2011 Summer’
Baseball An 11-game mid-season win streak highlighted a 25-15 season as Cal Lutheran finished third in the final SCIAC standings. It marked the 19th time in 20 seasons the Kingsmen have placed in the top three in the conference. Sophomore Nick Boggan became the first CLU player in six years to earn American Baseball Coaches [...]
The Los Angeles Press Club honored KCLU’s Jim Rondeau as Best Radio Anchor at its 53rd Annual Southern California Journalism Awards Gala on June 26.
The newly constructed KCLU Broadcast Center located on North Campus Drive was dedicated on a sunny afternoon in May. Relocated from tiny studios in a campus residence hall, the new high-tech 6,570-square-foot center houses the Paulucci Studios, the Martin V. and Martha K. Smith Education Suite and a community room/performance space.
Vieten served 10 years on active duty as a clinical psychologist for the Navy. After transferring to Navy Reserve in 2008, she opened a private practice in Leonardtown, Md., and co-founded the nonprofit organization MISSION: PTSD to help meet the needs of veterans.
From a Quonset hut to a modern fitness center, from an overcrowded house to a state-of-the-art technology center, from chicken coops to spacious classrooms – much has changed at California Lutheran University during the last 25 years.
This year’s Earth Week, directed by Sustainability Team Coordinator Kayla Kilpatrick, a senior majoring in geology, was followed by Yam Yad on April 30, and the University’s green efforts didn’t stop there. Vegetables from the CLU Garden were ready to be harvested the following week.
Third-year theatre arts student Jeremy Hanna began to grasp the Iraq-war experiences of the two soldiers he knows best, his sister and brother-in-law, during rehearsals for Under Fire: Stories of Combat Veterans Across Generations.
When Dennis Bryant started his first stint at CLU in 1974, the campus’s indoor venues consisted of the Old Gym, Nygreen 1, the SUB and the Little Theatre, and the total number of campus events hovered around 300.
The United States is the world’s economic powerhouse. Our markets, productive capacity and workforce are the envy of every other country. Still, with over $4.5 trillion in trade, our economy is not immune from imported distress.
It’s been more than 40 years, but Michael Arndt is still haunted by memories of his deployment during the Vietnam War.