Kelli Breland, Business Editor

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Be careful what you “like” on Facebook, because it might just cost you your ability to sue. General Mills, the company that owns brands such as Cheerios,...

As an active member of a liberal arts college community, I have received a full academic serving of our world’s uncountable issues. Among many classes,...

The Internet cookie has crumbled, and market researchers are scrambling for alternatives. This isn’t the kind of cookie you buy online and eat, it’s...

By Kelli Breland, A&E Editor The word “Thanksgiving” usually brings forward images of steaming turkey, buttery mashed potatoes, festive cornucopias and happy pilgrims sharing a meal with “the Indians.” Corporate marketing, elementary school classrooms and cultural traditions often spread and reinforce this joyful modern day connotation of our...

About a third of my classmates were missing when I walked into an 8 a.m. class this week, but it wasn’t a sudden, mini-epidemic that kept them from coming...

For a culture that relishes dystopia and empathizes with antiheroes, “Duck Dynasty,” shouldn’t be as popular is it is. Willie Robertson, an important...

Blue and white lights shimmered across the ceiling of the Tacoma Dome as Jason Aldean wooed an audience of more than 20,000 country fans during his concert...

Popcorn tumbles out of the sweaty hands of movie-goers as they gawk at the phrase “based on a true story.” Most likely, these viewers have just experienced a horror film such as “The Conjuring.” The film, like many of its genre, comes complete with a dark cellar, sinister ghosts and spiritual possession — all of which it claims are “based on a true story.” Many...

It’s that time of year again — the lazy summer days are gone and replaced by the excitement and eventfulness of fall. Not only have classes begun, but so have the multitude of concerts, performances and special events welcome to all Pacific Lutheran University students. Kicking off the year is the gallery opening for the art exhibition “To Be Human.” This...

It’s available online, aired on TV and can be picked up and read in almost every building on campus. Student media plays a major role in the Pacific...