You Are Browsing ‘Opinion’ Category

After a rough summer and late beginning, student media is back and ready for another year here at Pacific Lutheran University. When the new media outlet heads were hired at the end of last year, we honestly had no idea what we were in for. Cut to the summer and the student leaders of Mast Media, Saxifrage,...

Junior Angie Tinker is Co-Editor of The Matrix. and majoring in History with an emphasis in the Modern Era in China. Photo Courtesy of Angela Tinker. By...

By Philip Passantino, Guest Writer The results of Election Day on Nov. 4 will determine the path of the United States for the next two years, which is...

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...

My journey as a Lute is unlike most. I transferred as a first-year junior after doing running start and attending Peninsula College. Now I’m graduating...

All who work in student media have a story, a story of how they got involved, why they started and what they’ve done. My student media story isn’t...

Before I decided to go to Pacific Lutheran University, I learned about all the adventures and study away opportunities available to students. The programs...

When we planned the final edition of The Mast three years ago, my then-graduating co-editors decided to use their last opinion section to reflect on their...

As I count down the days until graduation, I’ve begun spending some serious time reflecting on Pacific Lutheran University.  I think of how much has...

By Maddie Bernard, Columnist You walk into the library during dead week, and it’s packed. You scan all the floors for a place to sit, but it seems like...