Browsing Archive

March, 2019

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Campus Highlights

New light on art

March 11, 2019

In a spring chemistry course, undergraduates are learning how to uncover forgeries, predict aging, attribute work to a specific artist, preserve ailing pieces and work with restorations.… Read More

Eric Harris (Jonathan Irwin) checked off issues on a psychological evaluation: “Anger, anxiety, authority figures, depression, disorganized thoughts, homicidal thoughts, jealousy, loneliness, mood swings, obsessive thoughts, racing thoughts, stress, suspiciousness…oh and… (a final check) …temper.” (Photo by Brian Stethem ’84)
Q&A

Waiting for columbinus

March 5, 2019

Too young to remember the massacre in Colorado, the cast of this year’s Mainstage theater production has come of age in the shadow of Sandy Hook, Charleston, Orlando, San Bernardino, Route 91,… Read More

Echo sports editor Brooke Stanley (left), editor in chief Dakota Allen and news editor Olivia Schouten won first place for breaking news in the 2019 California College Media Awards. The newspaper staff took four awards for writing and one for a photo by Arianna Macaluso.
Campus Highlights

Echo journalists rise to the moment

March 5, 2019

Unlike other journalists at the scene of the mass shooting, Dakota Allen and Olivia Schouten recognized faces they saw coming out of the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks. They won’t… Read More

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Alumni News

In a hero’s memory

March 5, 2019

Jim Bower '76 has endowed the Helus scholarship with a $50,000 gift. It will go toward Cal Lutheran students majoring in criminology and criminal justice and planning careers in law enforcement.… Read More

Outside the Student Union on Nov. 14, Valeria Cruz (center) and friends share the vibes brought to campus by a Torrance-based puppy party company. (Photo by Brian Stethem ’84)
Features

‘Giving and receiving is a holy act’

March 5, 2019

The pain of a mass shooting in Thousand Oaks will linger on campus. But under challenging conditions, students took early steps toward healing.… Read More

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Features

Justin at the door

March 5, 2019

He sang, danced, strummed guitar, cooked and opened paths for others. Justin Meek, the 2018 graduate whose life was stolen at the Borderline Bar and Grill, was a protector and friend.… Read More

Pictured from left are Kevin Schultz ’15, Luke Reddell ’16, Tyler Pascoe ’15, diving coach Aaron Williams, William Talleur ’17, Kaylie Sergott ’17, Tianna (Pasko ’17) Sondgeroth, Nick Sondgeroth ’15, Yannis Moore ’15, Andrew Rothans ’15, Amalie Melsom ’17, Jamie Wood ’16 and Ryan Brem ’15. (Heather Hamer Photography)
Alumni News

Something old, something new, something borrowed and a love that’s true

March 5, 2019

Wildfires and evacuations upset a Cal Lutheran couple’s plans, but not their November wedding.… Read More

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Features

Hide-and-go-seek and go search and go rescue

March 5, 2019

I investigate the ways people engage in social activities in virtual spaces, such as distributed multiplayer games, online learning environments, and disaster response training.… Read More