Claremont in the Media Archives
Media Archives from September 2012 through Current Month
September 2013 Highlights: A major brush fire next door enhances CST's convocation when Dean Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook uses fire metaphors in her introduction; Marvin Sweeney's latest Old Testament commentaries are now in print; Monica Coleman's New Media Project on "If #BlackTwitter went to Church;" and Najeeba Syeed-Miller's ever-expanding social media and peacemaking work.
July and August 2013 Highlights: Oct. 23 Inauguration of our 7th CST President, International Jain inter-faith conference on women makes big media splash, Frank Rogers on "Loving your Enemies," Virtual Grad School Fair.
June 2013 Highlights: Monica Coleman on NPR’s California Report, the speakers for 2014 King Celebration, Alumna Sarah Halverson in the L.A. Times, and student Chris Carter’s terrific FTE video.
May 2013 Highlights: The Rev. Dr. Kah-Jin Jeffrey Kuan named seventh president of CST, Eboo Patel speaks at Claremont Lincoln University's inaugural commencement.
March - April 2013 Highlights: National eulogies for Bob Edgar, beloved former CST President; Philip Clayton on KCRW; New CST Agreements with AME Church and Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Sojourners’ Jim Wallis comes to CST; Jerry Campbell and other interfaith leaders on NBC-TV.
February 2013 Highlights: Prof. Emeritus Cornish Rogers on NBA TV, Center for Sikh Studies launch includes presentation of Claremont Lincoln President and Provost with turbans.
January 2013 Highlights: AJRCA’s announcement of Tamar Frankiel’s appointment as the first Orthodox Woman to head a Rabbinical School makes major media splash, 35th anniversary of CST’s King Day great success.
Oct. – Dec. 2012 Highlights: Jihad Turk on NPR, Philip Clayton on KCRW, several faculty and staff books and OpEds in L.A. Times, and Washington Post. Also includes Faculty and Student presentations at American Academy of Religion.
Major Media Coverage at Claremont Lincoln University Launch
September 2011 The CST, AJRCA, and ICSC/Bayan launch of Claremont Lincoln received international attention.
One of Top Religion Stories of 2010
A June 9, 2010 Associated Press article about the “University Project” that would become Claremont Lincoln University, ran in more than 300 major media outlets, including The Washington Post, USA Today, The Guardian, Forbes, MSNBC, ABC News, Fox News, and many newspapers throughout the U.S., Canada, the U.K, and India. For that reason, our consortium to desegregate religious education was one of the Top Religion Stories of 2010, according to the Pew Forum.