Sounds like tomorrow

Sounds like tomorrow

  • July 15, 2015

Is it live? Or a new day for sound recording? A former music major helps to ring in the age of immersive audio.

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Talkin’ bout a reformation

Talkin’ bout a reformation

  • July 15, 2015

ELCA congregations are forming among immigrant and minority groups, around social issues, and in places like cafés and community centers. Pastors who do without traditional church buildings, all graduates of Cal Lutheran’s theological seminary in Berkeley, share their visions for 21st-century worship.

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Room to discover

Room to discover

  • July 15, 2015

By the end of this year, the old cafeteria will reopen as a headquarters for student life, student government and experiential learning. Melinda Roper, the top administrator in student affairs, envisions this well-lighted place as one where aims in life grow a little clearer.

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For education’s ills, a dose of self-awareness

For education’s ills, a dose of self-awareness

  • July 15, 2015

Beginning with this year’s graduates, master’s degree students in counselor education are all embarking on journeys of self-discovery.

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Features

Sounds like tomorrow

Sounds like tomorrow

Is it live? Or a new day for sound recording? A former music major helps to ring in the age of immersive audio.

Campus Highlights

Farewell, one-and-only art director

Farewell, one-and-only art director

In print, this alumni magazine has always looked the way Michael Lynn Adams ’72 thought best.

Alumni News

Next big investment? Blind pitches

Next big investment? Blind pitches

Bias is everywhere. There’s every reason to think it costs you.

Sports

After 30 years, Kingsmen volleyball to return in January

After 30 years, Kingsmen volleyball to return in January

Head coach Kevin Judd will have the only men’s varsity team in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Recent Articles

Sounds like tomorrow

Sounds like tomorrow

Is it live? Or a new day for sound recording? A former music major helps to ring in the age of immersive audio.

Talkin’ bout a reformation

Talkin’ bout a reformation

ELCA congregations are forming among immigrant and minority groups, around social issues, and in places like cafés and community centers. Pastors who do without traditional church buildings, all graduates of Cal Lutheran’s theological seminary in Berkeley, share their visions for 21st-century worship.

Next big investment? Blind pitches

Next big investment? Blind pitches

Bias is everywhere. There’s every reason to think it costs you.

After 30 years, Kingsmen volleyball to return in January

After 30 years, Kingsmen volleyball to return in January

Head coach Kevin Judd will have the only men’s varsity team in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Farewell, one-and-only art director

Farewell, one-and-only art director

In print, this alumni magazine has always looked the way Michael Lynn Adams ’72 thought best.

Room to discover

Room to discover

By the end of this year, the old cafeteria will reopen as a headquarters for student life, student government and experiential learning. Melinda Roper, the top administrator in student affairs, envisions this well-lighted place as one where aims in life grow a little clearer.

For education’s ills, a dose of self-awareness

For education’s ills, a dose of self-awareness

Beginning with this year’s graduates, master’s degree students in counselor education are all embarking on journeys of self-discovery.

No hack for this

No hack for this

In cyber security, others will see you as an obstacle to innovation or a drain on budgets. You’ll wonder whether you’re crazy.

Future’s in your bones

Future’s in your bones

The younger you are, the more good a good landing will do you, later.

Michelle Wulfestieg is wishing you a good day

Michelle Wulfestieg is wishing you a good day

Through two early strokes, paralysis, a great college course and a near-death experience, this 2004 graduate found her purpose in life.