News Release From the Bellarmine Preparatory Cheer Squad Tacoma, WA FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 26, 2013 MEDIA CONTACTS To register contact: Tanica Blackwell-Wittig, Head Cheer Coach email@example.com Naomi Bess (253) 495 3480 firstname.lastname@example.org JOIN THE PRIDE… Read More ›
Month: November 2013
Lingering around the corner is this year’s 2014 Dance Concert. This year’s choreographers range from Paula J. Peters, guest choreographer Mary Reardon (Co-Director of Dance Fremont) and Pacific Lutheran University student choreographers. Auditions for student dancers will be held Sunday,… Read More ›
Tacoma, Wash.– Drone Policy has recently entered the forefront of public discussion. The T.O.H Karl Forensics Forum at Pacific Lutheran University is encouraging both students and community members of the greater Tacoma area to be a part of the… Read More ›
Poetry only, non-profit publishing company visits PLU Good news—there is hope for English majors. The non-profit publishing program at Copper Canyon Press provides a hands-on opportunity for five interns to expand these skills. Winter/Spring, Summer and Fall internships are available… Read More ›
News Release From the Swing Club of Pacific Lutheran University FOR RELEASE No sooner than Dec. 1, 2013 MEDIA CONTACTS Katrina Watson, PLU Swing Club President: email@example.com Natalie DeFord, Swing Club Publicist: (360)870-4041 PLU SWING CLUB HOSTS BENEFIT… Read More ›
PLU STUDENTS FOR LIFE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 26 2013 Amber Stokes Club President firstname.lastname@example.org PLU pro-life students offer holiday joy to single young mothers The PLU pro-life group desires to convey a message of hope and love to… Read More ›
Holiday themed events will be hosted between now and Christmas break by Student Involvement and Leadership in the hopes to bring holiday spirit and keep students from feeling the death in “Dead Week.” The events will involve everything from holiday… Read More ›
Forensics, in higher-education parlance, means competitive debate which equates to spirited intellectual aerobics. Pacific Lutheran University Professor, Michael D. Bartanen and Professor Robert S. Littlefield from North Dakota State University, have published the first comprehensive text on this innovative educational… Read More ›
Contact: Hannah Jeske, Stage Manager FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cell Phone: 503-490-9044 Email: email@example.com PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY ADDS LAUGHTER TO THE HOLIDAY SEASON Sidesplitting laughter,… Read More ›
What will you do with your one wild and precious life? All first-year students are encouraged to explore and answer that question at a retreat in January. PLU’s department of Student Involvement and Leadership will be hosting the 10th annual… Read More ›
Students express the benefits that come with reevaluating the current regulations PLU upholds about dogs on campus.
Asking students about their halloween festivities and their thoughts on the days events. By Naomi Bess 15′
Introducing the area surrounding Chambers Bay and why people enjoy spending time there.
By Maia Palmer ’16 and Alyssa Fountain ’16 A look at how student employment at PLU affects homework and study time.
PLU students comment on the 2013-2014 visitation policy: Video by Sam Lund ’16 and Olivia McSpadden ’15