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Popular composer and National Medal of Arts recipient Morten Johannes Lauridsen will talk about his music and perform with California Lutheran University students at two free public events culminating the First-Year Experience Program for freshmen.
Members of a nonprofit group dedicated to helping North Koreans and educating others about the plight of refugees will give a talk at California Lutheran University on Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Farmers and agency representatives will discuss the water shortage at the next event in California Lutheran University’s Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series. The event will run from 7:30 to 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4, at the Ventura Beach Marriott.
The grandson of one of the founders of Solvang will talk about the 103-year-old town’s history at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, at California Lutheran University.
A woman who has dedicated her life to activism through dance will be the keynote speaker at the Fifth Annual Arts and Learning Symposium at California Lutheran University on Saturday, Nov. 1.
California Lutheran University is stepping up its commitment to veterans by working with the government to cover all tuition and fees for an unlimited number of qualified undergraduate and graduate students.
California Lutheran University invites the public to participate in free master classes and a worldwide performance of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” as part of its Day of Dance on Saturday, Oct. 25.
California Lutheran University students will connect with business leaders over dinner and discussions at the 2014 Mathews Leadership Forum on Wednesday, Oct. 22.
The director of civil rights for the national Anti-Defamation League will discuss religious and racial tolerance in Ventura County and beyond on Tuesday, Oct. 21, at California Lutheran University.
Early alumni of California Lutheran University will perform with the current Choir and Women’s Chorale in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first two commencements.