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Sports are More than a Game for Cal Lutheran Students

THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF., Nov. 17, 2023 —California Lutheran University’s Sports Management program, part of the School of Management, is governed by an overarching commitment: Make a better world while providing...

Cal Lutheran’s Choral Christmas Concerts, Dec. 1-3

(THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Nov. 27, 2023) On Dec. 1-3, California Lutheran University will present “Love’s Pure Light,” a Christmas program performed by the school’s choral ensembles and instrumentalists, conducted by...

Cal Lutheran Presents Radium Girls Nov. 9-19

In 1926, radium was a miracle cure, Marie Curie was an international celebrity, and luminous watches were the latest rage — until the girls who painted the watch began to fall ill with a mysterious disease.

Cal Lutheran receives $1.2M federal grant

The five-year grant will fund Access Teach: Closing the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Educator Gap, a project to support 60 graduate-level students who will leave the program as credentialed teachers of high-need deaf and hard...

Works of Protest, Resistance at Cal Lutheran

The exhibit includes works of protest and resistance by 22 artists from different backgrounds who use the tools and techniques of printmaking in novel ways.

Cal Lutheran welcomes 3,500 diverse students

California Lutheran University has begun its 2023-2024 academic year with 3,500 students, including 2,400 undergraduates, whose diversity demonstrates the school’s commitment to creating educational pathways for people...

The Apocalypse Is Here in New ‘King Lear’

The Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival concludes its 26th season with a novel twist on “King Lear” that takes place in the near future in an abandoned shopping mall after an apocalyptic event.

Longtime Cal Lutheran Baseball Coach Retires

Marty Slimak, or “coach Slim” as he’s known on the diamond, has announced his retirement from California Lutheran University and the Kingsmen Baseball program after more than three decades.

Rev. Scott Adams

Cal Lutheran welcomes new spiritual leader

Known as “Reverend Scott,” he was selected by a search committee of representatives from numerous departments at the school, including students.