Browsing Archive

March, 2018

Photo by Brian Stethem '84
Features

In the line of wildfires

March 15, 2018

As business majors and college athletes in the 1990s, these two firefighters pictured themselves in other careers. Cal Lutheran helped to shape them into the people we needed in December. … Read More

Cary Glenn ’14, Jarrod Poirot and their son, Alex Uribe, lost artworks and other prized objects from Mexico, France and Turkey when their apartment was destroyed by the Thomas Fire. Still, they plan to collect art for the new place in Ventura.
Features

Home and economics

March 15, 2018

Before December's wildfires destroyed hundreds of homes, housing affordability was a big issue in Ventura County, and alumni were looking for solutions.… Read More

Workers take apart “F” Building, one of the ranch structures that predates California Lutheran College. (Photo by Brian Stethem '84)
Campus Highlights

Last chicken coop comes down

March 15, 2018

The converted ranch building had housed classes, a coffee shop, the college chapel, the first services of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, art studios and offices, Board of Regents meetings and probably more.… Read More

With help from reporter John Palminteri (left), news director Lance Orozco has made KCLU Radio indispensable during disaster. (Photos courtesy of Orozco)
Campus Highlights

Straight to the story, through fire and mud

March 15, 2018

A community service of Cal Lutheran for 23 years, KCLU Radio promises its 130,000 weekly listeners the sounds and stories of the California Coast. News director Lance Orozco delivers, particularly when it… Read More

Sophomore Cara Hoover has chosen friends as portrait subjects. (Photo by Brian Stethem '84)
Alumni News

Warm mugs

March 15, 2018

At an alumni-owned coffee shop near campus, a student-artist's portraits are glad to know you. … Read More

Photo by Brian Stethem '84
Alumni News

Peace proposal

March 15, 2018

A graduating senior won a scholarship – for someone who needed it more.… Read More

Assistant professor of history Sam Claussen’s new course on Vikings asks how a small population terrorized northern Europe and then embraced the conquered people’s cultures. (Photo by Brian Stethem '84)
Features

Tales of gore

March 15, 2018

Assistant professor of history Sam Claussen’s new course on Vikings asks how a small population terrorized northern Europe and then embraced the conquered people’s cultures.… Read More

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Vocations

Birds, cameras and travel go together. It’s science.

March 15, 2018

Bird watchers flock to Ecuador, my current home, for the high density of species.… Read More