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May 15, 1991 | GERRY BRAILO SPENCER
California Lutheran University has been awarded a $439,100 matching grant from an East Coast Lutheran fraternal organization to renovate a campus dorm and expand the campus ministry program. The Thousand Oaks university is one of 49 Lutheran schools nationwide to be awarded a Lutheran Brotherhood challenge grant. Cal Lutheran will be required to raise a minimum of $1 for each dollar of the grant over the next five years, said Della Greenlee, director of grants for the university.
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March 7, 2008 | Gregory W. Griggs
California Lutheran University selected its seventh president Thursday. Chris Kimball, 52, of Thousand Oaks joined the private Lutheran university in eastern Ventura County in June 2006 as provost and vice president for academic affairs, officials said. He came to the college after serving as dean of faculty at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, where he had worked for 15 years. Kimball, a member of the Cal Lutheran history department, specializes in American history, particularly social history and the history of sport.
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March 17, 1993 | STEPHANIE SIMON
California Lutheran University next month will host several events designed to increase awareness of Ventura County's Latino community, including a concert featuring Latino composers and an all-day fiesta. The sixth annual Festival de Encuentros, from April 5 through April 23 on the university's Thousand Oaks campus, will offer a series of free cultural programs open to the public.
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March 24, 2007 | From a Times Staff Writer
California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks announced this week that it has tallied more than $10 million in donations for capital improvement projects. "We're closing in on $11 million," said John Sladek, who was inaugurated as Cal Lutheran's sixth president last month. "We're absolutely delighted." The largest gift was $5 million from Jim Swenson, a member of the CLU board of regents, and his wife, Sue.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 17, 1998 | PHILIP BRANDES
Judging from the boisterous crowd response to "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," the Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival has successfully parlayed the inherently appealing concept of free Shakespeare in the park into a successful bond with the Thousand Oaks community. Now in its second year, this joint venture between Santa Susana Repertory Company and California Lutheran University draws from a diverse mix of professional and semiprofessional talent.
SPORTS
February 19, 2000
One of my heroes died today. I always thought it was the Cowboys that I loved, but the truth is, I loved Tom Landry. What a classy guy. As a child watching football with my dad, I never really understood the game, but I sure got that Landry was authentic and true. He just seemed like a real straight-ahead guy who wanted to play the game well and honestly. He got treated really badly when the team was sold to Jerry Jones, and it broke my heart. I think Jerry is getting payback for that now. Tom, if I wore a hat, I'd doff it to you today.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 5, 2001 | PHILIP BRANDES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Proving once again that free Shakespeare beneath the summer stars does not necessitate a compromise in quality, the Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival opens its fifth season on the grounds of California Lutheran University with that mother ship of the Bard's plays, "Hamlet." Sporting a rock-solid cast and upgraded stage facilities, the production is directed by David Ellenstein, who formerly played the melancholy Dane for his father Robert Ellenstein's Los Angeles Repertory Company.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 5, 1990 | MIKE WYMA and PAUL DEAN, Times Staff Writer
"We love singing harmonies, we love performing and we love audience participation," says Dexter Dickerson of the Acapella All-Stars. "We'll say, 'To show you how easy it is to sing a cappella, we're bringing some of you up on stage.' It ends up like a big party, and it's usually pretty comical."
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March 3, 1993 | STEPHANIE SIMON
Cal Lutheran University has received $1.8 million--the largest onetime donation in the university's 33-year history--from the estate of two sisters. Florence and Esther Potenberg, lifelong Lutherans who learned of the Thousand Oaks university through their church, established a charitable trust in 1989 bequeathing their Pasadena home to the university. Now, a year after Florence Potenberg died at the age of 90, the university has received $1.8 million from the trust fund.
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January 28, 2006 | Gregory W. Griggs, Times Staff Writer
The first phase of California Lutheran University's $29-million sports complex will be unveiled today when the inaugural game is played on the new George "Sparky" Anderson Baseball Field. A group of alumni will face current Cal Lutheran players at a free game beginning at noon. Anderson, a former major league manager who lives in Thousand Oaks, will throw out the first pitch.
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