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As an active member of a liberal arts college community, I have received a full academic serving of our world’s uncountable issues. Among many classes, I have watched miserable documentaries about corporate corruption, and others about gendered violence.  I have read firsthand accounts of grim colonial...

By Shannon McClain, Columnist Girl Rising is a global movement for girls’ education that is based on the 2013 documentary of the same name, and both...

By Maddie Bernard, Columnist If you ate dinner in the University Commons April 7-8 of last week, you may have noticed something strange — someone asked...

By Samantha Lund, Columnist In President Obama’s January State of the Union speech, he called for a reversal on rising tuition costs. “Higher level...

By Shannon McClain, Columnist In 2007, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) reported that 21 percent of college students had experienced...

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...

By Samantha Lund, Columnist As the weather becomes nicer, most want to go outside and play Frisbee and leave our books inside to collect dust. There seem...

We live in a society that is becoming more and more accepting of women’s rights with every generation. There is no arguing that this trend is positive for everyone — women and men alike — because continuing to oppress an entire gender is absurd to say the least. Words that substantiate the message that we still live in a male dominated society are not helping...

While most students were in class looking forward to their spring break adventures, a lucky few members of Mast Media’s Editorial Board, myself included,...

In Pacific Lutheran University’s student-run media, we pride ourselves on inclusivity.We try to work together, integrate with other offices and do our...