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Cal Lutheran art professor Michael Pearce’s sabbatical plan was to create a body of paintings to exhibit at the University of North Alabama in fall 2020, but he had to change his focus when COVID-19 closed galleries across the country.
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Making the most of it

July 20, 2021

Michael Pearce’s environment — and art — shrank considerably in 2020. The Cal Lutheran art professor and oil painter was starting his spring 2020 sabbatical when the coronavirus lockdown hit.… Read More

In addition to private offices and multipurpose rooms that double as smart classrooms, Hub101 features spacious areas that provide a flexible working environment and offers amenities to balance the fast-paced environment of the startup reality.
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Success story

July 20, 2021

Hub101 is a place where Cal Lutheran students and new entrepreneurs share open office space and a world of ideas.… Read More

Juanita Hall has a reputation of being someone who could offer one-on-one advice to students of color, in some cases years after their graduation ceremonies.
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A positive impact

July 20, 2021

When Juanita Hall, MS ’99, first stepped onto the Cal Lutheran campus, it was as a grad student pursuing a master’s degree in counseling and guidance.… Read More

Technology tools used during the pandemic such as the 360-degree camera, on the desk to the left of professor Dan Hieu Vo, and the digital whiteboard, behind him, will be used to present classes in a HyFlex format in fall for the Bachelor's Degree for Professionals and Fifty and Better programs.
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Silver linings

July 20, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic caught most people off guard, including Cal Lutheran faculty challenged with continuing their programs virtually during stay-at-home restrictions.… Read More

Members of the Class of 2021 celebrate with a drive-in ceremony at Cal Lutheran’s 58th annual Traditional Undergraduate Commencement on May 8.
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Class of 2021 enjoys an unconventional commencement

July 20, 2021

Cal Lutheran’s 2021 in-person, drive-in ceremonies were a change from last year’s pandemic-induced virtual events. The events were still unconventional, however, with a bit less pomp because of the more informal circumstances.… Read More

Katie Dixon '20 takes part in the commencement for the class of 2020 held May 15, 2021, at the Ventura County Fairgrounds.
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Celebrating – a year later

July 20, 2021

Almost a year after the pandemic shut down most activities for Cal Lutheran students, the Class of 2020 finally got the in-person graduation experience during a unique drive-in ceremony held May 15… Read More

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Public service

April 1, 2021

A first-in-the-nation pilot AmeriCorps Fellow cohort, aimed at helping students pay for college through public service, is underway this spring semester at Cal Lutheran and already producing a positive reaction among participants.… Read More

Media Services worker Brandon Perera ’20, left, and Media Services coordinator Chris Reynolds-Baldwin ’17, help the Rev. Scott Maxwell-Doherty ’76, MDiv ’81 (PLTS), prepare to film a weekly service at Cal Lutheran’s Samuelson Chapel.
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Caring for Their Flocks

April 1, 2021

The effect on life during the pandemic has been so pervasive, it has even shaken how we worship God. But the need was seen as vital, and those in charge of campus… Read More

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Major Impact

April 1, 2021

The new interdisciplinary minor isn’t just for students who want to be doctors or nurses. Knowledge of public health is beneficial across many subjects and majors, including biology, chemistry, communication, environmental science,… Read More

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Expanding Awareness

April 1, 2021

When Cal Lutheran student Elysia Williams was growing up, she couldn’t really find any Black coming-of-age novels that showed a positive experience.… Read More