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By Tahlia Terhune, Guest Writer Eating disorders are the most lethal psychiatric illness. According to ANAD (National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders), up to 24 million people  suffer from an eating disorder. This can include anorexia, bulimia and binge eating. This isn’t a new...

By Leah Larson, Guest Columnist October is breast cancer awareness month and the Susan G. Komen foundation is practically synonymous with breast cancer awareness. It raises millions of dollars in the name of breast cancer research and awareness each year. That is where it stops, however. While some of their funds do go toward research and awareness, the rest of the funds...

Some  might not be aware of it, but Mast TV is home to the Video Production Club. The club was founded last year by sophomore Kyle Strumer. Strumer, a...

I’ve always been a feminist. I grew up in a home where I was always told I could do anything I wanted. I was given the same opportunities as my little...

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...

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...

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,...

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...