By Jack Sorensen Pacific Lutheran’s history is stashed in boxes of index cards and call numbers, crammed among centuries-old books, overflowing from the shelves. Names, photographs, books and articles tell the stories of PLU’s over 120-year-old life, all weaving to… Read More ›
Month: September 2011
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By Dianne McGinness Cookbooks are not only brimming with recipes but are also rich with life stories, according to English professor, Rona Kaufman. Kaufman spent a year researching the influence of Jewish cookbooks on American society, after winning the Graves… Read More ›
By Mel Natwick At age six, Josh Mahoney started his first business by mowing lawns. Now 22 years later, he owns his own auto body shop just because of his love for art.
By Alex Domine If a student were to walk into Mary Baker Russell Music Center 114, they can expect to find two polished pianos partnered side by side, and a bright eyed thoughtfully smiling professor ready to enrich her students…. Read More ›