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November, 2019

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Alumni News

One step closer to equal pay

November 25, 2019

A Denver employment lawyer who focuses on sex discrimination, Sweeney is a principal author of Colorado’s new Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, which was signed into law in May and will… Read More

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Campus Highlights

What blotted the sun and brought the plague?

November 25, 2019

Tree ring evidence helped Robert Dull, the new chair of earth and environmental sciences, to identify a volcanic eruption as a culprit in world-altering events.… Read More

Cynthia Moe-Lobeda, a professor of theological and social ethics at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, worked to gain approval for a new Master of Divinity concentration in climate justice and faith. The seminary has been part of the university since 2014. (Image by Brian Stethem '84)
Q&A

Hope in all climates

November 25, 2019

From Cal Lutheran’s seminary in Berkeley, Cynthia Moe-Lobeda helps people in faith communities and secular society to be agents of justice.… Read More

Faculty mentor Craig Reinhart (left) "single-handedly" motivated Donovan Argueta ’14 to go to graduate school, according to the newly minted PhD. (Photo by Brian Stethem '84)
Campus Highlights

Behind every scientist

November 25, 2019

When our graduates put their names on discoveries, they’ll remember mentors.… Read More

The Card Sharp with the Ace of Diamonds, a 17th-century painting by Georges de La Tour now in the Louvre, has a place in Ivan Amodei’s home and his currently touring magic show. (Photo by Brian Stethem '84)
Alumni News

The marvelous Mr. Amodei

November 25, 2019

The illusionist and onetime marketing major has embarked on a nationwide tour, the most ambitious phase of his career in confounding the senses and transforming the world for audiences.… Read More

Homeowner Gerald Cline didn’t choose to install a bomb shelter beneath his garage. It was there when he came to Thousand Oaks in 1964. He called history professor Michaela Reaves after seeing an article on her Cold War course, and now has helped her to identify more homes with bunkers.  (Photo by Brian Stethem '84)
Campus Highlights

Panic rooms

November 25, 2019

As the Cold War fades in memories, students go on a search for private underground shelters constructed to protect Thousand Oaks homeowners from the effects of a Soviet nuclear strike.… Read More

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Features

Beer, brains and brawn

November 25, 2019

To be creative, we brewers have to know our stuff and pull our weight.… Read More