Kels Mejlaender

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One of the only drawbacks to graduating a year early is I’m forced to say goodbye to everything a little too early. In addition to my friends, professors...

It is the tragedy so feared that every play lover in a theater knows to call it “The Scottish Play” — and it has come to Pacific Lutheran University....

The results of the controversial vote on contingent faculty unionization at Pacific Lutheran University remain uncounted but not forgotten. Contingent...

By Janae Reinhardt, Guest Writer “Why are we all poor?” — this was the primary question panelists posed during Monday’s Higher Education, Lower...

Participants in Relay for Life stand in silence last Friday, listening to cancer survivor Daniel Heath, an associate professor and the department chair...

While marijuana possession and use is against the Student Code of Conduct, some Pacific Lutheran University students still partake in the drug. However,...

The concept of class received a community focus April 10 at the event “Watch Your Mouth.” In Anderson University Room 133, students primarily from...

Rape has been a problem throughout human history, but one company claims it can help be part of rape prevention — AR (Anti-Rape) Wear. Advertised as...

Today’s students had the chance to learn about German students of the 1940s during the library’s exhibit on the Nazi resistance group, Die Weisse Rose,...

A staple of the board games family, Monopoly is more than just a fun pastime — it’s a tool for learning business strategies. Growing up, children can learn a lot about business savvy practices and responsible finances from the game about avoiding bankruptcy. These are some of the things you learn when you pass go and collect $200. 1. Keeping track of finances Nothing...