Recent Articles

All the world’s a baseball diamond

All the world’s a baseball diamond

Chris Kimball, the university’s president, blows up myths about baseball and holds up the game as a mirror on American society in an undergraduate honors course.

Things I’ve learned: Desta Hagos ’73

Things I’ve learned: Desta Hagos ’73

The Ethiopian painter is enjoying the most productive period of her five-decade-long career.

Thu Ho Meecham’s excellent Shanghai  adventure

Thu Ho Meecham’s excellent Shanghai adventure

Meecham had never been to China and didn’t speak the language. “But I was single, in my early 30s, and it sounded like an exciting adventure … so why not?”

First female chaplain to go to sea

First female chaplain to go to sea

Although I was actually the fourth female chaplain to come on active duty in the Navy, in 1975, my three tours included a series of firsts.

Regals volleyball wins it all

Regals volleyball wins it all

The victory last Nov. 21 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, places the volleyball team in a category with only the 1971 Kingsmen football team that captured the NAIA national championship.

Go discover, young woman

Go discover, young woman

The three big scientific ideas I encountered in college all came together this year. I want the next generation’s voyages to go even deeper.

Pastor Gerry and the trouble-makers

Pastor Gerry and the trouble-makers

In a burst of student activism 30 years ago, Cal Lutheran sold off the last of its stock in companies doing business in apartheid-era South Africa, and members of the student congregation joined an underground struggle to protect Central American refugees. What exactly got these Samaritans off their donkeys?

Expecting anything, expecting more (when you’re expecting)

Expecting anything, expecting more (when you’re expecting)

Complications in childbirth can lead to additional problems, including some that women should not have to live with. By understanding the issue from all sides, researchers at Cal Lutheran and Stanford University are working to improve health outcomes for mothers.

Life, not to scale

Life, not to scale

In the first solo show by painter Harold Muliadi ’14, the joys and the troubles are all out of proportion.

A tale of two marches

A tale of two marches

In some accounts of the late 1960s at Cal Lutheran, the largest march in campus history has been forgotten.