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By Will Fallen, Parkland community member Editor’s Note: Will Fallen is a member of the Parkland community. His school’s prom and graduation took place on the PLU campus, as did several sporting events, including swimming and basketball. He works at the Coca-Cola plant on 116th St. S. No matter what the...

By Brooke Wolfe, Staff Writer Christmas is rooted in the religious traditions of the holiday. Even activities that non-religious families take part in...

By Kaitlyn Hall, Copy Editor   It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but not just for Christians. A nativity will occupy my mantle, celebrating...

By Ashley Connors, PLU Sustainability During October, Neil Wagner, Aiko Nakagawa, and I conducted a study on energy consumption through the annual program...

The fall 2014 Matrix is here! Look for it around campus, or pick up a copy in the lower AUC by room 144. Learn about various social justice issues PLU...

By Tahlia Terhune We are still making history in the U.S. today. The latest election both nationally and locally, provided diversity for U.S. government...

By Michael Diambri, A&E Writer Many people argue that the hookup culture in college is liberating. In reality, the hookup culture only liberates miscommunication,...

by Samantha Lund, News Editor Friday nights to our parents meant dates, flirting and drinking. For some of us, it means the same. But, in today’s competitive...

By Princess Reese, Matrix Contributor At graduation in May, my mood about entering the real world reflected the season. The air was clean, the days bright,...

By Angie Tinker, Matrix Co-Editor Laura Johnson, co-editor of The Matrix, writes on a chalkboard for inspiration for The Matrix. Photo by Hai Doan. It’s...