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December, 2011

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Alumni News

Riding for Hope

December 12, 2011

In June, Ray Melberg ’66, Lake Forest, Calif., participated in a cross-country bike ride as part of Ride for Hope, a community care initiative sponsored by Christ’s Hope International in support of… Read More

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Features

Better Feel Bad About It

December 12, 2011

Assistant professor of communication Monica Gracyalny, one of 17 new faculty members to join CLU this fall, collected data from almost 800 people for her 2010 dissertation about how remorse leads to… Read More

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Campus Highlights

Expanded Woodland Hills Center Opens

December 12, 2011

With eight classrooms and two computer labs that double as classrooms, CLU’s 13,000-squarefoot center in Woodland Hills is about twice the size of the previous location.… Read More

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Sports

Gennette Named Tennis Coach of the Year

December 12, 2011

CLU men’s tennis head coach Mike Gennette ’93 was named the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) College Coach of the Year at the organization’s conference in October.… Read More

Freshman Taylor Will scored two goals including the game-winner in a 3-2 road victory over Chapman.
Sports

Four Programs Nationally Ranked

December 12, 2011

Women’s soccer was the fourth athletics program to earn a national ranking this fall. The Regals were perfect in conference play and ended the regular season on a 16-game winning streak.… Read More

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Campus Highlights

Christus Award Goes to Principled Late Bishop

December 12, 2011

CLU posthumously bestowed the Christus Award on the Rev. Paul Egertson, a longtime member of the religion faculty and a former bishop of the Southwest California Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church… Read More

Sophomore Huong “Ivy” Nguyen, who plans to use the 3-D printer to make platforms for chemical instrumentation, talks with bioengineering and physics lecturer Bob Rumer. Her adviser Grady Hanrahan (r) is the John Stauffer Endowed Professor of Analytical Chemistry and co-director of the Hugh and Hazel Darling Center for Applied Scientific Computing.
Campus Highlights

Can’t Find a Wrench? Print One.

December 12, 2011

A newly installed printer in D Building cost $70,000, and the stuff in its replacement cartridges goes for about $4 a cubic inch.… Read More

As freshmen paint rocks on Mount Clef Ridge during orientation, one student prepares to spread around the white.
Campus Highlights

Smart, Worldly, First in Family to College

December 12, 2011

CLU has more international students than ever, owing in part to big increases in this population at the graduate level.… Read More

Campus Highlights

What Part-Time Faculty Bring to the Table

December 12, 2011

A farmer, a painter and a prison psychologist explain how their full-time careers fit together with their teaching at CLU. … Read More

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In Memoriam

December 12, 2011

John H. Cooper Jr., CLU professor emeritus and former dean of graduate studies, died Aug. 17, 2011, in Lacy, Wash., at the age of 98. … Read More