Posts Tagged ‘2013 December’
Before meeting world leaders including Pope John Paul II as diplomat for my country, I had a memorable journey in late-’60s Thousand Oaks.
A lot of things keep people from understanding just how bad the global climate crisis is. One of them may be the way the human mind works, says professor of philosophy Xiang Chen.
A double-eagle, or albatross, is harder to pull off as an ace on a par-4 hole than in two shots on a par-5.
Vince Scarpinato is using principles that he learned through his MBA emphasis in financial planning to rethink the fight against hunger.
The long-serving congressman has launched a fundraising campaign for the Elton and Janice Gallegly Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement, which also aims to bring visiting scholars and host public events.
Fresh off of winning this year’s $1,500 prize from Chicago-based Interfaith Youth Core for the Best Overall Campaign to promote cooperation among students of different religions or no religion at all, Interfaith Allies at CLU is making its presence felt on and beyond campus.
After crunching the numbers, administrators are crediting this year’s gains largely to efforts at student retention that began just five years ago.
The historian’s “incredibly lucky” life included 29 years of teaching at CLU and the publication of books on Lutheran intellectual history and historiography in his last years.
At a time when the Lutheran church is rethinking what pastors do and where to look for them, a seminary in Berkeley is set to become the newest CLU graduate school. This spells a return to alma mater for a few current students – and promises new approaches to education.
This year, CLU alumni reached extraordinary heights in sports that are all about determination, belief and hard work. Their stories are reminders of what we love about athletes and why we want them to succeed.