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Professor Convicted of Sexually Battering Student

Professor Convicted of Sexually Battering Student

Professor McKale Antonious (08/16/67), of Sylmar, was found guilty by jury of misdemeanor sexual battery. The crime occurred March 2, 2017, on the campus of Moorpark Community College. The victim was a female student in Antonious’ class.  During the trial, the People presented evidence of a second uncharged sexual battery upon a female student committed […]

“New Reason for Hope: Conservatism in US Higher Education”

“New Reason for Hope:  Conservatism in US Higher Education”

Pete Peterson  is the dean of Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy (SPP) and a leading national speaker and writer on issues related to civic participation and the use of technology to make government more responsive and transparent.     In 2017, the SPP launched a new initiative titled the“American Project: On the Future of Conservatism.”  The project looks […]

Four Cal Lutheran Alumni Will Share Stories Connecting Students And Business Leaders

Four Cal Lutheran Alumni Will Share Stories Connecting Students And Business Leaders

    Four California Lutheran University alumni who graduated between one and four decades ago will share their success stories at an event that helps students connect with business leaders.   The Mathews Leadership Forum will be held from 5:45 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, in Lundring Events Center on the Thousand Oaks campus. The annual event organized […]

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Announces New Chief Executive Officer

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Announces New Chief Executive Officer

Agoura, CA – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley is pleased to announce the appointment of their new CEO, Dr. Crystal Nāone. Before joining the Boys & Girls Clubs, Dr. Nāone served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Institute for Native Pacific Education Culture (INPEACE) where she was responsible for the […]

An Open Letter to Pepperdine University President:  “The Fall of my Alma Mater–When a Christian college goes secular”

An Open Letter to Pepperdine University President:   “The Fall of my Alma Mater–When a Christian college goes secular”

By Michael Hernandez Dear President Andrew K. Benton: I noted with deep pain and regret recent media coverage that just came to light concerning a letter you sent on Jan. 27, 2016 to the Department of Education Office of Civil Rights in which you wrote:  “Please accept this letter as Pepperdine University’s withdrawal of its […]