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Gill weighs in on graduating into the real world

Gill weighs in on graduating into the real world

May 15, 2013 Comments Off

To the Graduating Class of 2013, First of all: gratitude.  Thank you for selecting me for the award of Cultural Diversity Professor of the Year.  Your class has a special place in my heart,

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McCambridge reflects on four years of development

McCambridge reflects on four years of development

May 15, 2013 Comments Off

To the California Lutheran Class of 2013 Five years ago I had the opportunity of addressing incoming freshmen eager to start their CLU journey. I asked them to visualize the faculty sitting at tables

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Bieber fever hits PR class

Bieber fever hits PR class

May 8, 2013 Comments Off

CLU students in the advanced public relations class have overcome several obstacles during their class project of raffling off Justin Bieber tickets to raise money for Ventura County Special Olympics. Met with success as

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Stoll collects school supplies for local kids in need

Stoll collects school supplies for local kids in need

May 8, 2013 Comments Off

CLU junior Maria Stoll started her own clothing drive for students and families of Rio Real Elementary in Oxnard, Calif. Stoll is a member of Club Teach on campus. The program enables students who

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Streeter receives honorary alumnus award

Streeter receives honorary alumnus award

May 8, 2013 Comments Off

Jarvis Streeter, professor of religion, received an Honorary Alumnus Award from CLU’s Alumni Association during Honors Convocation on April 30 in Samuelson Chapel. After receiving the award with gratitude, Streeter gave the keynote address

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Students Take Back the Night with Tang Soo Do lessons

May 8, 2013 Comments Off

Tang Soo Do and Feminism Is… clubs joined forces last Thursday, May 2, to equip students with the knowledge to protect themselves in case of an attack. This special hour-long self-defense class was part

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CSC reconnects kids and parents

May 8, 2013 Comments Off

On April 30, CLU students worked together to make stay-in-touch packets for the nonprofit organization Get On The Bus. The program buses children and their caregivers to visit their mothers and fathers in prison

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Barbara Collins will be missed but not forgotten

Barbara Collins will be missed but not forgotten

May 8, 2013 Comments Off

On May 1, professor Barbara Collins passed away from an incurable bacterial lung disease at 84 years old. Collins taught at CLU for 50 years.  Her biology students viewed her as a very passionate

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Shakespeare picnics in Kingsmen Park

Shakespeare picnics in Kingsmen Park

May 8, 2013 Comments Off

Not many things are as representative of the summer months as beach trips, barbecues, long days and warm nights. Unless you’re at CLU, in which case, the biggest summer highlight is the Kingsmen Shakespeare

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Fitting in with the locals

May 8, 2013 Comments Off

Whenever you’re about to go on a trip, planning what to pack can be one of the most important details. This is especially true when you’re going to study abroad. Depending on which culture

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