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  The Master of Science in Marketing Research (MSMR) is hosted by the School of Business and will be a full-time 10-month program starting in fall...

By Reland Tuomi, Editor-in-Chief On the heels of 2013’s horror hit “The Conjuring,” you’d think its prequel, “Annabelle,” will legitimately scare you, but you’d be dead wrong. The prequel follows a young couple, Mia and John, and their relationship with the creepy doll, Annabelle, from “The Conjuring.” Annabelle didn’t play a significant role to the...

Senior Taylor Whately won the chance to have his composition, “Fanfare of Giocoso,” played by the Lake Union Civic Orchestra. The concert will take...

John Hunter (76) wrote for the first Saxifrage in spring 1975. He is now a science teacher at Forks High School in Forks, Wash. Dawn A burning copper coin...

Leah Larson is a senior at Pacific Lutheran University majoring in English with an emphasis in nonfiction writing. She wrote for the fall 2013 Matrix,...

By Angie Tinker Co-Editor of Saxifrage “Social justice” is a term that gets thrown around a lot, but we don’t always know what it means. It isn’t directly in Pacific Lutheran University’s mission statement, but it may as well be for how often students hear it around campus. As an editor for The Matrix, PLU’s social justice publication, I obviously care about...

  Left to Right: Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students Joanna Royce-Davis, Resident Director Mercy Daramola, Resident Assistant Tyler...

By Reland Tuomi, Editor-in-Chief Welcome, fellow Lutes, to another academic year at Pacific Lutheran University. PLU is known for its athletic department, music department and focus on social justice. But one hidden gem at PLU is our Student Media. Social justice magazine The Matrix, literary magazine Saxifrage, radio station Lute Air Student Radio (LASR) and television...

Joanna Royce-Davis will be the new Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students. She was previously the dean of students at University the Pacific....

There were five crime-related occurrences this week on campus. They took place at Ordal Hall, Harstad Hall, Tingelstad Hall, South Hall and Mortvedt Library. Alcohol...