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Author: Karen Lindell

Student Scientists Leading the Way

Alina Tong’s path to the recognition she is receiving now as a young biosciences scholar here at Cal Lutheran started in elementary school — with gum.

A Lasting Legacy

After a historic regular season, the Regals (19-1-6) defeated No. 2-ranked Washington University (17-2-4) 1-0.

Jacqueline Lyons

Spotlight: Love of language

It hurts to be haunted when no one can notice.from the poem “Lost, I Linger” by Cal Lutheran senior Jazzy Colbert, featured in the 2023 edition of Morning Glory All artists, no matter the medium, want people to notice...

Setting the Stage

Cal Lutheran’s Theatre Arts and Dance program gives students a personal, well-rounded experience.

Keeping the Faith

Playing basketball and being Cal Lutheran’s only Orthodox Jewish student hasn’t been easy for Ze’ev Remer, but he’s up for the challenge.

Rev. Scott Adams and Bishop Brenda Bos

Seeing one another

“Rev. Scott,” as he is known, is the university’s first Black pastor and the first non-Lutheran to hold the post.

Sign for help outside of monastery in Kyiv, Ukraine

On a mission

To the Rev. Rachel Eskesen ’04, MA, MDiv ’14, the work of a pastor can look remarkably similar to the work of an English professor.

Photo of Lorri Santamaría with students at a Black History Month kickoff event.

Strategic plan in action

Cal Lutheran’s 2022-2027 Strategic Plan, developed with input from all members of the university community, outlines the university's top priorities.

Indigenous educators Steven Garcia and Kathy Willcuts lead a land-intention ceremony that involved a walk from south to north campus. Photo: Safi Aryan

Respecting history

In the wind air water soil sky sun moonStars planets animals birds memoriesLaughter tearsThis Indian past this Indian futureWaits  — John Trudell, Lakota activist and poet As the wind exhaled, it shook the grounds...