In some accounts of the late 1960s at Cal Lutheran, the largest march in campus history has been forgotten.
Chuy Loza’s mother filled a seat on the school board, in spite of limited English, and his father attended statewide education conferences.
The Paralympic javelin champion travels to Qatar for his first meet on international turf.
After changes to Dominican law and a court ruling revoking citizenship by right of birth, people of Haitian descent face an uncertain future in the Dominican Republic.
Is it live? Or a new day for sound recording? A former music major helps to ring in the age of immersive audio.
ELCA congregations are forming among immigrant and minority groups, around social issues, and in places like cafés and community centers. Pastors who do without traditional church buildings, all graduates of Cal Lutheran’s theological seminary in Berkeley, share their visions for 21st-century worship.
Bias is everywhere. There’s every reason to think it costs you.
Head coach Kevin Judd will have the only men’s varsity team in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
In print, this alumni magazine has always looked the way Michael Lynn Adams ’72 thought best.
By the end of this year, the old cafeteria will reopen as a headquarters for student life, student government and experiential learning. Melinda Roper, the top administrator in student affairs, envisions this well-lighted place as one where aims in life grow a little clearer.