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A few beauties and even a beast danced the night away at the first ever fairy tale dance Monday in Anderson University Center. The event, sponsored by...

Some people live by the adage “Don’t bite the hand that feeds you,” but Amy Young, associate professor of communication, decided she would push the...

There’s a fight scheduled in the Cave Friday night, but Campus Safety won’t be intervening. The Battle of the Bands will take place Friday...

Two Lutes balance classes and campaigns Many students on campus cared about the results of this year’s election. Shannon Reynolds, a Pacific Lutheran...

University students, free food, alcohol, glass, expensive artwork, and blow torches. For some, these are things that should never go together.  For the...

At first sight, you might be concerned that Beth Kraig is so eager for students to study genocide. Even she said, “it’s weird to be so excited...

Donald Ryan’s lecture on who owns Egyptian artifacts began and ended as he had intended: with questions. The question of the hour during his Family Weekend lecture Saturday was: what do we do with Egypt’s treasures? “I look at Egyptology as a great liberal arts subject,” the PLU graduate of 1979 said. “More questions than answers.” The...

The use of the words “sex” and “abstinence” in the same sentence may seem oxymoronic to some, but guest speaker Heather Corinna...

An explosion in the Rieke open lab is usually a worst-case scenario. On October 22, however, the explosions were purposeful – and professor-endorsed. At...