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Campus Safety Week in Review: January 15-21, 2018

This week in Campus Safety news: A student left a backpack on campus with a loaded gun in it, a vehicle was stolen from a parking lot, and a ROTC vehicle's window was broken. Explore this week's Campus Safety Week in Review to learn more.
PLU Campus Safety Week in Review

Campus Safety Week in Review: December 4-10, 2017

This week in Campus Safety news: A 19 year old was arrested for assaulting a student in a campus parking lot, UPS students sprayed a fire extinguisher on campus and ran but were caught by Sheriff's deputies, and several medical aid calls were reported across campus. Explore our interactive incident map to learn more.
PLU Campus Safety Week in Review

Campus Safety Week in Review: November 27 – December 3, 2017

This week in Campus Safety news: Several medical aid incidents occurred throughout campus, unauthorized signs were posted on water fountains throughout campus, and a hole was cut in a...

Half Athlete Radio: Episode 12

Mast Radio: Sports Producer; bondco@plu.edu Christian Bond, DJ Winter and Seth Birsching bring an hour of PLU sports, as well as local sports talk every Wednesday at 8 a.m. The Seattle Seahawks...

Treat Yo’Self

A student's guide to self-care this winter: There is a Spanish proverb that says “How beautiful it is to do nothing, and then to rest afterward.” In the heat of the school year it can be easy for mental health to deteriorate, but three members of the Pacific Lutheran University community shared their ideas about self-care and how you can practice over it winter break.

Rockin’ year round

How music infuses Lutes' lives: Music has significant sentimental value at Pacific Lutheran University. From the highly renowned Choir of the West to extracurricular groups like PLUtonic & HERmonic, music is an essential part of PLU culture.

Interfaith Voices

Bringing religious pluralism to campus consciousness. Every year, the day after Halloween marks the beginning of the holiday takeover: grocery stores, shopping malls and radio stations take on the task of proclaiming the coming of Christmas yet again. Though the Christmas narrative dominates the winter season, junior transfer student Aziza Ahmed is dedicated to giving representation and visibility to other faith and non-faith traditions this season and beyond.

Treasured traditions

Holiday events that bring Lutes together. Traditions give value to any celebration. Pacific Lutheran University holds high many traditions that manifest every holiday season. Every year PLU celebrates the holiday season with a pair of treasured traditions—the Winter Celebration of Light and Christmas Festival Concerts.

Home for the holidays

Where Lutes flock for the winter