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The first Convocation of the college was held on October 24, 1958, when seventy representatives of the five Lutheran church bodies gathered in the converted chicken coops to elect their officers, nominate the Board of Regents and adopt a fifteen-year Master Plan.
It’s supposed to be a friendly poker game. After all, the players – mostly Cal Lutheran alumni – know they won’t head home with a bundle of cash at the end of the night.
I first came to California Lutheran College in the late 1960s as a 17-year-old freshman. Then, after five years of graduate school at University of Texas and four years as a research psychologist at UCLA, I returned in 1975 as a faculty member in the Psychology Department and never left.