• A Voice for Others
    Tue January 24, 2023

    After he earns his bachelor's degree in the spring of 2024, Anthony Garay plans to embark on his medical career and serve as a transformational force in healthcare. 

  • Finding Her Joy
    Thu November 17, 2022

    For senior Kayley Hall, tabletop role-playing games serve as an area for study. 

  • Leader in Motion
    Tue October 25, 2022

    During the past four years, Zaria Opara has discovered myriad facets of herself.

  • A Creative Thinker
    Wed May 4, 2022

    Being inquisitive in art and life is paramount for music major Joel Shimada, a national finalist in the 2021-2022 Music Teachers National Association Young Artist Competition.

  • The Value of Connection
    Tue April 19, 2022

    Exploring the World Through Different Lenses

  • A Higher Purpose
    Tue March 15, 2022

    Cordray Crabbe plans to attend medical school after he graduates this spring. His two years as a double major at Cal Lutheran have facilitated his personal and professional growth, challenging many of his assumptions about the Bible and Christianity, strengthening his core faith, and setting him on a course of serving others.

  • Making Herstory
    Thu February 3, 2022

    India LaRoda holds a distinct place at Cal Lutheran: She is the first to earn the university's minor in public health.

  • Following Her Calling
    Tue January 4, 2022

    Stephanie Ramos has two passions: ministry and art. For the past four years, she has commuted to the Cal Lutheran campus from her hometown of Arleta in the San Fernando Valley to study these subjects.

  • Artistic Expressions: Portrait of a Visual Arts Major
    Mon November 1, 2021

    One of the reasons Emma Herren '22 decided to attend California Lutheran University was because of its visual arts program. Through majoring in visual arts and minoring in multimedia, she has combined her passion for art and interactive media, interests she has had since childhood.

  • Building a Brotherhood
    Mon November 1, 2021

    Through various peer mentoring experiences, Jesus Raya and other undergrads in the Project CHESS Men of Color Initiative bond with fellow students from similar backgrounds.