By Dianne McGinness ’13 Pacific Lutheran University students who choose to live on-campus as upper classmen will pay around $3,000 compared to off-campus students who will pay less than half that amount. The decision to live off-campus is a much… Read More ›
Month: October 2011
By Dianne McGinness ’13 Junior Sarah Williams makes a delicious dinner of taco wraps. Pacific Lutheran University
By Judah Heimlich Students at Pacific Lutheran University fill out postcards to send to their parents inviting them to parents weekend. Parents weekend is November 4-6th.
By Jon Helgren ’13
By Ethan Ottemiller ’12
By Linnea Anderson ’12 Dr. Erik Steighner is the Saxophone Professor at Pacific Lutheran University. He discusses how he prepares for a recital. For more information and to listen to more music performed by Dr. Steighner visit: http://www.eriksteighner.com Also visit… Read More ›
By Judah Heimlich ’12 Pacific Lutheran University’s co-captain seniors Barrett Bollen and Sean Andrascik have been a part of the rebuilding of the cross-country team since their arrival at PLU. The PLU cross-country team struggled for the last decade to… Read More ›
By Heather Perry ’13 Pacific Lutheran’s Student Conduct system is not just around for what happens after-the-fact. “We are here as a resource,” Associate Director for Student Conduct Ray Lader said. Lader became the new associate director this year, replacing… Read More ›
By Mel Natwick ’12 Through unique vegetarian meal creations, Dining and Culinary Services gives Pacific Lutheran students alternative ways to eat the way they choose.
By Alex Domine ’12 Pacific Lutheran University’s all female hall, Harstad, is implementing a community theme that focuses on social justice and women’s advocacy. “We want to create a safe, supportive and diverse environment for educating and nurturing residents,” says… Read More ›
By Joshua Kinne ’13 “I know that as we go forward it’s going to take all of us- Christian and Jew, Hindu and Muslim, believer and non-believer to meet the challenges of the 21st century.” Those were President Barack Obama’s… Read More ›