Archive for November, 2012
In August, Regals coach Debby Day became the first woman to pitch a winning game at the NAFA World Series, the largest event in men’s softball.
The young entrepreneur founded Neutral Dive Gear, a scuba diving lifestyle apparel brand, which he still owns and operates. He currently is Web marketing director at Bed|Stü, a footwear and accessories company headquartered in Camarillo.
A communication major with an emphasis in journalism, Heather Taylor ’10 didn’t expect to be supervising her own CLU interns two years after graduation.
Tricia Johnson ’11 took an interest in sustainable development as a volunteer with Amigos de las Américas in Nicaragua, where she lived with a host family and facilitated community-based projects.
Last year Troy Tittlemier of Palmdale, Calif., told his girlfriend that she would have to read the admission letter aloud to him when it finally came from CLU, because he wouldn’t be able to look.
“Mending Split Seconds,” which incorporates songs Strand first sang at his senior recital at CLU, blends the classic with the contemporary, in two cycles of songs on separate themes.
My first trip to Haiti was a pretty clear sign of God working in my life. I knew I couldn’t go home and just forget what I’d seen.
Kirsten and Karsten Lundring were passionately involved in music while pursuing other academic majors at California Lutheran College.
A CLU Graduate School of Education initiative to use drama techniques to teach any school subject won this year’s Ventura County Arts Council Art Stars Award for Arts Education.
Within days of the death on Aug. 2 of John “Jack” B. Gilbert, 91, his wife, Carol, and son, Rod, were back on campus extending his generosity to CLU.