Archive for March, 2013
I grew up where surfing took off in California, but didn’t imagine a life within the industry until I went away to college.
A fresh approach to the problem of intimate partner violence, pioneered at CLU’s community counseling clinics in Oxnard and Thousand Oaks, is helping survivors to navigate their relationships and leave the fear behind.
It’s up to Evan White ’06, a public relations wiz who counts Bill Cosby as a client, to make Viddy the brand name of smartphone video.
Before classes resumed in January, professor of political science Gregory Freeland led nine students on CLU,s first-ever student travel seminar to Cuba.
Essence Barton, a mountain bike racer, is beginning to feel the pressure of three consecutive collegiate national championships in the dual slalom.
In coming to CLU, Jazmyne Porter, a star on the winning women’s basketball team, was following in the footsteps of her mother, Roslyn (Boatwright ’88) Porter, and aunt, Maria Boatwright ’99. Can more family members be far behind?
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will accept and catalog a collection of items owned by the late mother of a CLU librarian and Ed.D. alumnus.
The Chemistry Department will receive a $500,000 grant for summer fellowships from the John Stauffer Charitable Trust, but only if alumni and friends match that amount within four years.
When Ethel Beyer died last November at the age of 104, she left her estate and some fabulous clothes to benefit the performing arts on campus.
Eight individual Kingsmen and Regals were named to All-America teams for their sports this year.