Posts Tagged ‘2011 Spring’
Win number two of the season was career coaching victory number 400 for CLU Head Coach Rich Rider who amassed his total while at the helm of the Chapman and Cal Lutheran programs.
Lisa See, New York Times bestselling author, lectured and signed copies of her books during a recent appearance at CLU. See has always been intrigued by stories that have been lost, forgotten or deliberately covered up. In her latest novel, Shanghai Girls (2009), the author delves into the forgotten history of two sisters who leave […]
The Rev. Dr. Paul Egertson, bishop emeritus of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Southwest California Synod and a longtime member of the California Lutheran University religion faculty, died Jan. 5, 2011, in Thousand Oaks. He was 75. Egertson, who joined the CLU faculty in 1984, was a compassionate man well known in the church […]
“Scultura Marmo,” an exhibit featuring the work of Béla Bácsi, one of the finest sculptors in Southern California, was on display at CLU during February and early March. In conjunction with the exhibit, Bácsi held a master class to demonstrate his sculpture technique giving attendees an up-close-and-personal insight into the work of a California master […]
Each fall semester, I have the privilege of teaching a course titled “The Holocaust in Literature and Film.” Marsha Markman, professor emeritus of English, created this course and nurtured it for many years until her retirement. Her strong, humane spirit still inhabits it and continues to inspire my own teaching and learning. As we enter […]
The Rev. Alexia G. Salvatierra, Executive Director of Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice of California (CLUE-CA), was selected as the first recipient of the California Lutheran University Peace Prize. The Peace Prize recognizes the contributions of an individual or organization in the region whose service to humanity builds the foundation for peace and […]
Although change can be sometimes risky and always challenging, four alumni found that taking the path least travelled refocused their lives for the better.
California Lutheran University’s Theatre Arts Department was invited to stage its production of The Cherry Orchard at the prestigious Region VIII Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. The Anton Chekhov play about a quirky family in early 20th-century Russia was presented at the festival in Los Angeles in February. Only 10 productions from Southern California, […]
Visitors as well as students and staff looking for a quick bite to eat, a nutritious drink or some new menu items are in luck! Several innovations to CLU’s food and dining services were initiated earlier this year. Jamba Juice, a new addition to campus, opened for business in January. Located in the former retail […]
During the Christmas break, two of the old chicken coops, E and G buildings, came face to face with a bulldozer. The bulldozer won as the photo clearly shows. Offices and classrooms were relocated to the new Swenson Center for the Social and Behavioral Sciences. F Building continues to house art classrooms, faculty offices and […]