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He battles for South Seattle

He battles for South Seattle

Two years ago, the business major and finance wiz founded a community news service for people in the neighborhoods where he grew up.

Things I’ve learned: Josh Gray ’15

Things I’ve learned: Josh Gray ’15

This Eagle Scout became a White House Communications intern last year, then, in January, accepted a full-time job as the White House media monitor.

Stephen Lambdin, Olympian, has heroes

Stephen Lambdin, Olympian, has heroes

On Aug. 20 in Rio de Janeiro, Lambdin will be in a position to appraise his accomplishments in the 22 years since his parents gave in and enrolled him in taekwondo.

Batman and Taylor Swift are here to protect you

Batman and Taylor Swift are here to protect you

Most people have a favorite celebrity or fictional character, and that’s fine by one new faculty member in psychology.

Summers starring Dallas

Summers starring Dallas

When the NFL’s Cowboys made camp in Thousand Oaks, from 1963 to 1989, they also made memories.

Relax, Tegucigalpa

Relax, Tegucigalpa

Beyond my for for a nonprofit in the Honduran capital, I instruct yoga classes and invite my students to release their heavy loads.

Painted tributes

Painted tributes

Artists Jerry Sawitz ’74 and David Paul DeMars, Class of ’73, didn’t just assist in organizing an alumni exhibition in honor of two admired late professors.

Victory at the big dance

Victory at the big dance

Music and dancing help the Regals volleyball team release tension, and may have been keys to Cal Lutheran’s first NCAA team championship, says head coach Kellee Roesel.

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.