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By Ashley Gill, Opinion Editor In college, many see Spring Break as a time for parties, sunshine and hanging out with friends. For others, it is a break from the semester spent vegging out at their parents’ house and embracing the time at home. Which is what I plan on doing. Every Spring Break in the...

By: Allie Reynolds, General Manager of Mast TV A lot of girls get offended when they’re called basic. It’s just another one of the hundreds of negative...

By Tahlia Terhune, Guest Columnist “Suicide bombings,” “air strikes,” “cease fire treaties” and “mortality rates” are a small selection...

By Ashley Gill, Opinion Editor When I arrived in Bali, Indonesia, last J-term for an art class, the hot and humid weather was just as I had anticipated...

By Tahlia Terhune, Guest Columnist Lieutenant Colonel Celia FlorCruz gave a compelling speech Feb. 17 about sexual harassment in both college and military...

By Brooke Wolfe, Staff Writer   With the semester in full swing, housing application deadlines are fast approaching. Students are faced with the tough...

By Natalie DeFord, Guest Columnist The Holocaust is important and should be remembered and studied by everyone, including children. The deaths of 11 million...

Valentine’s Day is one of the best holidays; everything is pink, red and full of love and hope. This Valentine’s Day, every mom in America is happy...

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 Tahlia Terhune The cold weather does not stop life and growth in Pacific Lutheran University’s community garden, and the holiday season highlights...